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Introductory Talk
Permaculture: Care for the Earth Care for the People
Friday, October 12, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Available as a standalone event $15 (included with course)

Introduction to Permaculture 2 day course
Saturday, October 13th, 8:30am-7:00pm
Sunday, October 14th, 8:30am-5:00pm
$200 early bird before September 15  (Includes meals)
$225 after September 15.

We are fortunate to welcome international permaculture teacher and storyteller Warren Brush for a 2-day Introduction to Permaculture course, designed to give participants a basic understanding of how to apply the ethics, principles, strategies and techniques of permaculture. Warren Brush's previous session here proved to be a life changing experience for many of the participants.  You won't want to miss this!!

Warren Brush is a highly respected and sought after teacher of permaculture, internationally.  As the co-founder of Quail Springs Permaculture collective and founder of True Nature Design, a permaculture education, community development and consultation firm,  Brush's projects have taken him across continents from Africa and the Middle East to Europe and the Americas where his work makes a difference to communities globally.

Camping available

Presented in association with
Transition Joshua Tree Permaculture Team
Space is limited.  (ticket link)
Telephone: (760) 366-4712

Location — the wonderful Harrison House in Joshua Tree
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