Permaculture Design Course - Spain 2014 Alta Garrotxa

Full Permaculture Design Course (PDC)
Summary information

This unique 14 day course will consist of a broad range of topics applicable to life anywhere on the planet, at the same time catering to specific needs of the participating students.

Topics will include the following plus more depending on your needs:

History and Definition of Permaculture
Ethics and Principles of Permaculture
Design Process and its ecological design application
Patterns in Nature
Climatic Factors and microclimate enhancement
Hydrological Cycle
Land Restoration Techniques
Hot Composting
Soil Food Web and its repair
Water Harvesting Techniques
Tree Crops and Food Forests
Regenerative Earthworks
Climatic Specific building and cultivated ecology techniques
Natural Building Strategies
Animal Management in Permaculture
Social and Financial Permaculture
Local Food systems
and many more fun and dynamic activities!

There will be optional yoga, mindfulness and Deep Ecology practices offered too. The course takes place in a wonderful nature reserve, la Alta Garrotxa near Girona, Barcelona.

Participants will be immersed in an inspiring and natural learning environment while living with nature for the full duration of the course.

Accommodation and Food:
Camping or shared dorm style or private accommodation in magical location,

3 locally sourced, mostly organic vegetarian meals included Tea and coffee breaks plus light snacks

Price: Camping 500 Euro,Shared Dorm 600 Euro,Private Room 700 Euro

Facilitator:

Doug Crouch from http://treeyopermaculture.com/ or
http://treeyopermacultureedu.wordpress.com/

plus Roman.Korbi,Founder of Active Eart and Kate leading optional Deep Ecology exercises and Yoga seesions!

Venue: Magical Location in the Alta Garrotxa Nature Reserve near Barcelona!

Contact for more information or to recieve the info brochure:
permaculturainfo@gmail.com

Doug for info on the curriculum at
treeyopermaculture@gmail.com

Looking forward hearing from you!

Booking and further information
Dates and times
5 October 2014 to 19 October 2014
Teachers
Doug Crouch and Roman Eisenkoelbl
Venue information