4-Day Suburban-Urban Permaculture Training with Bill Wilson of Midwest Permaculture
Sponsored by: Southeastern Michigan Permaculture Guild and The Greening of DetroitApril 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th
9AM to 6PM; Gleaners Food Bank 2131 Beaufait Detroit, MI
This 4-day permaculture training is an educational intensive that will cover a variety of permaculture philosophies and applications. Each day will have a specific focus. About 65% of the time will be spent in the classroom covering the principles of permaculture design and sharing examples of how these principles are applied. Some time will be spent outdoors exploring patterns and features of the landscape as well as some permaculture design work.
The intent of the training is for students to come away with the skills and know-how necessary to pursue opportunities to implement permaculture projects in urban or suburban landscape or settings.
This training may be applied to the requirements for obtaining a certificate in Permaculture Design with continued coursework through Midwest Permaculture. Additional details will be available at the training.
Training: Thursday April 8-Sunday April 11, 2010--Registration required.Price & Registration: Before March 1st: $400; After March 1st: $450 Registration includes lunch for the 4 days and the course text: ‘Gaia’s Garden’. A few partial scholarships may become available. (The price of this training has been partially underwritten by The Greening of Detroit and the Southeastern Michigan Permaculture Guild.) Please mail, fax, or drop off your registration form to Kido Pielack at the Greening of Detroit, 1418 Michigan Avenue, Detroit, MI 48216. Click Here for Registration Form (back of brochure) We expect this training to fill so register early for the discount and to reserve a spot in the training. Make Checks payable to: The Greening of Detroit. To pay by Visa or Mastercard contact Kido Pielack at 313-285-1256. Questions?: Kido@GreeningofDetroit.com, or 313-285-1256
For more information on the content of the training visit: http://www.midwestpermaculture.com/suburban-urban%20intensive.php#c