Permaculture Design Certification “Immersion Course”

Time: June 19, 2011 at 4pm to July 1, 2011 at 2pm
Location: Willow Crossing Farm
Organized By: Burlington Permaculture, Prospect Rock Permaculture

Burlington Permaculture and Prospect Rock are pleased to offer our 4th annual Permaculture Design Certification course.  This year our course will be even further immersed in ecology and practice: held at Willow Crossing Farm- a regenerative organic family farm and decade-old permaculture project on the beautiful Lamoille River and VT’s Long Trail.The 2 week residential intensive course goes above and beyond the internationally recognized standard curriculum with focus on Social Justice, Community Resilience, Farm Design, Transition, PC for Educators, Natural Building, and visits to the vibrant farms, homesteads, nurseries, and ethical businesses that contribute to the resilient agricultural economy of northern VT.  ~100% of the food served during the course will come from the host site and immediately local farms visited during the course.

for further details visit – www.prospectrock.org

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2 thoughts on “Permaculture Design Certification “Immersion Course”

  1. Recently I wrote a blog entry offering a leftist critique of the ideology of “Green” environmentalism, deep ecology, eco-feminism, and lifestyle politics in general (veganism, “dumpster diving,” “buying organic,” “locavorism,” etc.). I’d be interested to hear your thoughts on the matter and any responses you might have to its criticisms.

    • Greetings Ross,

      you asked me to comment on your article. First I suggest you read my post “the local movement compromised” https://vermont4evolution.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=965&action=edit

      Personally I don’t think the “green movement issue” is too important, because the individual is where “it’s” at… when we look at a “movements” we are generalizing, we are not seeing the individual and the hearts behind the individuals. More importantly we must focus our energy on informing ourselves of the roots and history of ecology and ethical economy which are inseparable. A book I would recommend is Hinduism and Ecology by Ranchor Prime – also I recommend learning Permaculture from an experienced teachers. We must tread carefully on how much energy we put into criticism, our energy is our power… How to invest it?? Peace to you, VT4Evolution

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