14 day Permaculture Design Course, Carraig Dúlra, South East Ireland

(PDC) Permaculture Design Course
Summary information

The Carraig Dúlra Permaculture Design Course (PDC) embraces head, heart and hands-on learning, offering a transformative and immersive educational experience at the beautiful 'Carraig Dúlra', a 4 acre Permaculture research site in the South East of Ireland.

Lead tutors are Hannah Mole and Suzie Cahn, together together with team of up to ten guest tutors; practitioners, designers and teachers from across the country.

The carefully designed education environment of Carraig Dúlra, the tutor team and course content will empower you to apply Permaculture design to your own garden, household, farm, business, community project and even your own life path.
This PDC includes hands- on practical experience each day, applies and explores social permaculture opportunities and challenges 'live' within the group, visits and case studies other local projects, and yet more!
We cover all the core curriculum that you would expect on a PDC through an integrated and interactive teaching and learning approach.
Experience Earth Care, People Care and Fair Share in action!

In our 5th year of running this course at Carraig Dúlra we are delighted to be integrating it with the Irish Permaculture Gathering, and the European Permaculture Convergence, both being hosted in Wicklow following the course.
You could have a month-long Permaculture adventure this summer; complete a PDC at Carraig Dúlra, connect with the national network at the Irish Permaculture gathering, and follow that with the EUPC, all within County Wicklow, Ireland.

For lots more details please see the website at www.dulra.org/courses/pdc

Booking and further information
Telephone number: 
+353 (0) 85 1969790
Cost: 
Sliding scale €1,200 - €650
Contact name: 
Hannah
Lead teacher info
Profile: 
Dates and times
More dates and times information: 
20 July - early arrivals, accommodation set up & orientation 21 July - first full day teaching starting at 10 a.m. (all other days we start at 9 a.m) 1 full day off mid-course (27th of July) - date to be confirmed 3 August - course closes 4pm
21 July 2018 to 3 August 2018
Teachers
Hannah Mole, Suzie Cahn and Guests
Venue information

Carraig Dúlra’s beautiful location offers the opportunity to retreat into the wild Wicklow hills to connect with nature. It reflects and demonstrates what 10 years of applied Permaculture research and design can create on a ‘marginal’ parcel of land, supporting and supported by the local community and together regenerating a beautiful and productive landscape.

Apprentice Teachers
Teacher apprentices: 
This course is open to offers from apprentice teachers wishing to gain teaching experience.

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