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Dallas-Fort Worth, NorthCentral TexasSyllabus for Permaculture Design Certificate(PDC) The PDC course in the green scheme ofDFW
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Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Course Syllabus:
Principles of Natural Systems Sustainable Design Methodologies Patterns in Nature, Culture and Society Reading the Land & Understanding Natural Processes Large Scale Land Restoration Techniques Water Harvesting Techniques Design Principles of Sustainable Human Settlements Grey Water Recycling Natural Building Strategies Cultivated & Productive Ecologies Food Forests, Plant Guilds, Gardens for Self-Sufficiency Energy Conservation Technologies Appropriate Technologies and Renewable Energies Urban Environment Permaculture Wildlife Management and Biological Pest Control Land Arts and Community Activism Invisible Structures: EcoVillages & Credit Unions Community Supported Agriculture Strategies for an Alternative Nation
At the end of the class, students engage in a group design project.
The certificate can be used to design Permaculture sites and is a prerequisite for advanced training.
Permaculture and Dick Pierce Permaculture site design by one of Dick Pierce’s students. This is one of the many skills you will learn and practice in a Permaculture Design Certificate course.
Finished Herb Spiral Ready for PlantingAnother Permaculture Class from Dick Pierce
Principles and Practices of Permaculture
Dallas-Fort Worth, NorthCentral TexasDFW Permaculture Events
Fall Permaculture Introduction Permaculture instructor Patricia Allison bringsanother great Permaculture class to DFW. Class is 2 days long and will be heldin the White Rock area of Dallas. Class is from 9 am to 5 pm, Saturday and Sunday, October 8, 9.
Skill BuildingClasses. We have lost many of the skills that we need to prosper in energydescent. Others skills are new with new technologies that will make what couldbe a trying time better for us all. Come learn. Come share yourskills.
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