From : April 15 2017 20:00
To : April 26 2017 17:00
Overarching design themes:
• Resilience against Climate Change and Peak Energy,including drought- and flood-proofing.
• Stimulate Local Economic Development by re-localisation.
• Strengthen the Greyton Transition Town Initiative.
community leaders, homesteaders, built environment professionals, sustainability practitioners, small & large scale farmers, people seeking right livelihoods, people in transition, critical thinkers – come and share your life skills with the collective student group!
What students will learn:
This PDC provides students with a very wide range of sustainable design skills that will add value to your business, your projects, your livelihood, your health. The PDC is underpinned by a thorough Permaculture design process that is designed to embed project management skills to facilitate the ensuing Permaculture design practice that students will undertake during the course.
Course fee includes tuition, DVD info pack, field trips, refreshments and vegetarian lunch. Course fee according to income affordability R4500 for low income, students and pensioners;
Greyton Ecolodge offers accommodation and vegetarian breakfast and supper from evening of 14th to morning of 27th April at: