Introduction to Permaculture Workshop - Goa , India

Introduction to Permaculture
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This 3 day workshop will introduce participants to the ethics, principles and stratigies used in the permaculture design philosophy. The participants dont need any previous experience, only an understaning of the english language.

The course will be facilitated by Roman Eisenkölbl from Soil Sun Soul Collective.

Roman has been studying and living in Permaculture Projects and Communities since 7 years which brought him to a diverse range of Projects, Countries, Climates, Cultures and People all over the planet.

He has lived, worked and learned in places like East Africa, India, Nepal,Thailand, the Caribbean, Portugal and Spain.
He was part so far of 13 PDC Courses (organization & co-Facilitation) and some of his teachers include David Holmgren, Rosemary Morrow, Robyn Francis, Alex Kruger (Berg en Dal Ecovillage),Rico Zook(i-permaculture) and Govinda Sharma (organichasera – Nepal).

He is the founder of the Soil-Sun-Soul Collective and Blog.

During the 3 day course we will together explore following Permaculture subjetcs:

Definition & History of Permaculture
Ethics & Principles of Permaculture
The Permaculture Design Process & its tools
Observation - Reading the Landscape
Ecological Gardening
Group Excersises & Demonstrations & Games
Outdoor Hands-on activites in the Garden

Looking forward learning ,sharing and growing together!

the workshop runs 9 am - 4pm wednesday thursday and fri day from the 10th untill the 12th of feburary and is hosted on the lawn of the wonderul jungle dance cafe in Arambol,Goa, India.

Booking and further information
Telephone number: 
+91 800 765 2706
Contact Details: 
Arambol , Goa
2000 INR
Contact name: 
Dates and times
10 February 2016 to 12 February 2016
Roman Eisenkölbl
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