Category Archives: Permaculture in Action 2013

This is why we created Permaculture in Action…

It’s wild blueberry season in the high mountain balds now, when my family has a tradition of journeying up to Shining Rock Wilderness to camp out for a week, live slow and sweet as we tell stories and cook meals, and gather blueberries in the midst of the misty quartzite mountains. At this time, we […]

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The new Calendar is here! The new Calendar is here!

We’re getting lots of interest in the Very Affordable Permaculture Design Course series. ┬áPeople are ready to either sign up for the whole series and earn their PDC or save the dates of the classes covering their particular interests. Click on the image below to download the flyer and calendar. It has all the dates […]

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The Permaculture in Action model (or how we can offer such high quality training at such an affordable price!)

Permaculture in Action developed in response to a demand for affordable, in-depth, hands-on permaculture education. We also hoped that this class would help scale up the Transition Town movement in our region and elsewhere, and that it would deepen and broaden the impact of permaculture on cultural and ecological regeneration in general in these times […]

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Permaculture in Action 2013 – 14 day Roots and Seeds Program

After the great feeling of possibility and support that was generated from the Permiculture in Action Spring 2012, we are excited to offer the next version of the class in 2013. This time, the class will be 14 days instead of 10 days, and this time it will span the entire growing season, from April […]

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    “To restore the land one must live and work in a place.
    To work in a place is to work with others.
    People who work together in a place become a community,
    and a community, in time, grows a culture.
    To work on behalf of the wild is to restore culture.”
    Gary Snyder