Dates: August 18 – 25, 2018
Location: Bullock’s Permaculture Homestead
Description: This course is an excellent follow-up to a permaculture design course. Join the team of Terra Phoenix Design and the Bullock's Permaculture Homestead for this excellent follow-up to your Permaculture Design Course. During this course you can expect to run through the design process several times to build competence and confidence. We will also have "choose-your-own-adventure" sessions where you select an educational pathway that matches your specific interests. Examples of sessions include: software for design, the business end of running a design consultancy, plant species deep-dive, a landscape graphics primer, etc. Topic specific design sessions will go deep on water systems, shops and work areas, and nurseries. There will also be open studio time for you to get feedback on your own designs. Finally, real-world design project walkthroughs from the Terra Phoenix portfolio will allow you to see what finished designs look like and how to assemble a quality package of deliverables for your client.
Instructors: Douglas Bullock, Samuel Bullock, Dave Boehnlein & Paul Kearsley
Prerequisite: You must have completed a 72-hour Permaculture Design Certificate Course (or equivalent). We won't spend much time rehashing the basics.
Cost: $1200 ($1100 paid-in-full by May 1st).
Contact: Dave Boehnlein
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