Practical Permaculture: Grow your own Food Intensive
Weekend Workshop and Design Practicum
April 22-24, 2022 | Sage Mountain Center, Whitehall, Montana
Transform your land and your life...
A weekend workshop covering cold climate design strategies for gardeners, homesteaders, and those who want a little more self-reliance.
Learn how to design a property that captures water, improves your soil and produces healthy organic food, all while regenerating the land and life around you. Participate in an intensive weekend of class sessions, tours, and a design practicum to get all the tools you need to start growing in the spring!
Permaculture stands for permanent agriculture or permanent culture and is a design approach for sustainable living and land use, rooted in the observation of natural systems. If you want to be more self-reliant, grow your own food, and create a sustainable future for yourself and your family then join us!
The course takes place at Sage Mountain Center, an off-grid, sustainable learning center in the Montana wilderness, near Whitehall. Illustrating straw bale and cordwood construction, passive solar design, high altitude gardening, and wind and solar energy, the center is an ideal location for our Practical Permaculture Course.
This design practicum is intended to give participants an introduction to permaculture concepts while engaging them in the actual design process of Green University's River Camp garden.
Kareen Erbe, Owner Broken Ground
Linda Welsh and Christopher Borton,
Co-Founders Sage Mountain Center
Tom Elpel, Founder and Director of Green University
Cost: $450 (includes food & lodging at Sage Mountain Center)
Or $350 (Includes food. Lodging off-site)
Learn more: http://www.greenuniversity.com/Class_Schedule/Practical_Permaculture.htm