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Permaculture Design and Designing for Catastrophe Fall/Winter
Classes at Lost Valley Educational Center near Eugene, OR  – Enroll Now!

September 12th - October 14th – 5 Week Course
Permaculture offers a positive response to the uncertainties of the future.  It is a method of design that offers ways for you to create permanent culture by conscious, sustainable use of resources in all aspects of living.  The time to plan for a resilient and prosperous future is now

December 1st – 14th  --  2 Week Course
Instructors: Jude Hobbs, Rick Valley and Marisha Auerbach  -
Jude and Rick’s 21st Year Teaching this course!

NOVEMBER 4th-7th
Practical Permaculture Skills for Catastrophic Times:
Turning moments of crisis into solutions for a sustainable future.
Instructors:  Erik Blender, Rick Valley & Guests

As our global climate continues to change, the frequency and scope of natural and human-made catastrophe intensifies.  When we design for extreme events, we are adding resiliency so that land and community-based systems may “whether the storm” when catastrophe arrives in the form of fire, flood, earthquake, tsunami, or human conflict.   

Visit us and register at www.lostvalley.org or call (541) 937-3351  81868 Lost Valley Lane, Dexter, OR  97431  (541) 937-3351  www.lostvalley.org

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