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permaculture technology jamboree


Love permaculture technology? Love to innovate? Love to teach?

Paul's looking for even more instructors for this year's Permaculture Technology Jamboree (PTJ). It's an event full of innovation, learning, and community.

Permaculture technology is a wide field. Not only does it cover natural building, solar and rocket stoves, but also earthworks, gardening, fence building, natural medicine, fibre arts, map making, food preservation, and much, much more!

Here's the deal

The Permaculture Technology Jamboree is a two-week event. If you agree to teach for three days, you get a free ticket to the event... and fame! You get to be listed as one of the instructors for the PTJ, and hang out with luminaries such as Alan Booker, Uncle Mud, Paul Wheaton Thomas Elpel, the awesome people at Wheaton Labs, and many more!

If you're interested in instructing, post down below--or PM me--with what you're interested in instructing and your qualifications!

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I could run a repair cafe.
 
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Kyle Bob wrote:I could run a repair cafe.



Hey Kyle that's awesome. It looks like the Repair Café which needs an instructor is slated for July 2nd. Would that work for you?
Let's coordinate more via email if you are still willing! lara@richsoil.com
Thanks so much!
 
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Still looking for instructors for the PTJ!

There are some really fun workshops in the Homesteading track which still need instructors!
  • Vinegar & Salt Brining
  • Water Bath Canning
  • Sourdough Starter/Bread
  • Oil Infusion/Salve
  • Making a Poultice
  • Cooking on a Rocket Stove
  • Bake in a Rocket Oven
  • Making a Tincture
  • Making Fire Cider


  • I know many of you practice these activities as part of your regular routine. If you'd like to share your experience with the next great group of homesteaders eager to learn from someone like you, please contact me or post in this thread! lara@richsoil.com
    Thanks everyone! Keep rockin' it

     
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