just 2 days left!
Michael Judd says that if permies.com brings in $5000 to his kickstarter, then permies.com can decorate an entire page in his new book! I'm not sure what we would put there just yet, but the opportunities for comedy are endless!
I had the Ah Ha moment the other day after listening to podcast 32 and then watching several of the sepp holzer and one Mollison video.
So I have decided that I want to take a permaculture design course. I was going to do the Master Gardener thing but now it seems too restrictive to me. I just can't see my self commiting volunteer time to projects that I think are counter productive. Or recommending things that I don't really believe in.
Permies.com has made me a convert and I think that permaculture is the most bang for the buck that anyone can get - or give.
Anyway, I have compiled a list of reading material that I got off the permaculture institute website and I will read all that stuff first. Then where to find a course? Are some better than others? i will be looking on the east coast.
Is two weeks the usual for certification? That seems very short to me for a subject that is so complex.