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 half of the time in each class spent in conceptual learning, and about half of the time spent on hands-on implementation of permaculture elements.

 

All Permaculture in Action Classes take place on properties for which wehave completed Permaculture Master Plans, and during the class we’ll be talking through each plan as well as the permaculture concepts and reasoning for the projects we’ll be implementing together.

 

This two-day class can stand alone, providing unique and valuable experience and learning, and it will also provide an affordable taste of this kind of learning for those interested in the Full Season class in 2013. Cost for both days is only $48.

Join us Saturday and Sunday, November 3 and 4 for affordable, hands-on training with top instructors, Zev Friedman and Dylan Ryals-Hamilton.

 

 

 

 

 

For more information and to register, contact us:permacultureinaction@gmail.com, or call Dylan at (828) 772-8509.You can also learn more about the Permaculture In Action model by visiting  the Permaculture in Action Facebook page and follow us on Twitter @permacultureavl.

You can also learn more about the Permaculture In Action model by visiting  the Permaculture in Action Facebook page and follow us on Twitter @permacultureavl.

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