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Top 5 things you’ll learn at the two-day Intro to Permaculture in Action class — Nov 3 & 4

When you participate in a Permaculture in Action class you walk away with a ton of rich experience and new skills for creating thriving permaculture systems plus a deeper understanding of whole systems theory and practice. Our annual Intro to Permaculture in Action class is happening again this autumn and this time we’ve expanded it […]

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Permaculture in Action two-day class features forest gardens and soil improvements

This fall our two-day course, “Permaculture in Action, a Taste”  will feature hands-on affordable training in two topics that appear to be steadily gaining interest among permaculture enthusiasts:  forest gardening and soil improvement.       These shorter classes follow a similar format to our  Full Season Roots and Seeds class in 2013  with about […]

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Read what participants had to say about Permaculture in Action 2012

I can read your mind… Whether you’re new to permaculture and ready to get your feet wet or you’re a returning participant and just can’t get enough — you’ve been thinking about participating in a Permaculture in Action class this fall.   To help you make up your mind…   Check out what the 2012 […]

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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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The Very Affordable Permaculture Design Series Course (PDC) and Permaculture Series

We created the Permaculture In Action model because we heard people ask for an affordable hands-on permaculture education. We also saw a need in our community for observable and replicable projects demonstrating the value and feasibility of real-life permaculture installations. At the same time we realize the unique value of an in-depth design course which […]

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Permaculture training…and so much more

I just received the link to a document called Permaculture in Action Big Picture Ideas where Zev Friedman and Dylan Ryals-Hamilton articulated not only their teaching goals for this class but also their vision for the greater good they intend from Permaculture in Action 2012.     In case you just heard, Zev and Dylan are […]

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Zev and Dylan on Live Conference Call for Permaculture in Action 2012!

As April draws closer, folks are getting really excited about Permaculture in Action 2012!  Though we’re getting close to capacity for this innovative hands-on experience, we do have about open 9 spaces remaining.  If you’ve been longing for hands-on permaculture training with top instructors in the area at the most affordable price possible then join […]

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Workshop reveals real forest-related business opportunities in WNC region

Living Systems Design, Warren Wilson College and Matthew Raker of Advantage West have partnered to develop the cutting-edge curriculum for:  The Forest Economy: Growing Bioregional Business Niches: Saturday, February 18, 8:30-5:00 at Warren Wilson College This 1-day class outlines some of the most promising opportunities as identified by regional leaders; it also introduces participants to some […]

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Zev Friedman interview covers permaculture, imagination, forest cuisine and more!

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    “In order to change an existing paradigm you do not struggle to try and change the problematic model. You create a new model and make the old one obsolete.”
    R. Buckminster Fuller