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Oahu’s first Permaculture Design Course commences March 10-11, 2012

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PermablitzHI hui members Hunter Heaivilin and Matt Lynch will lead Oahu’s first Permaculture Design Course beginning March 10-11, 2012.

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Photo: The road to Reppun’s Farm in Waihole…

Taught over 6 alternating weekends at varying locations around the Island, this course has been designed to fit into local’s busy schedules, and will include topics such as: Ethics, Permaculture Design Principles, Functional Analysis, Methods of Design, Basics of Soils & Soil Ecology, Micro/macroclimates, Watersheds & waterharvesting, Agroforestry, Seed raising & seedsaving, Integrating animals into crop production systems, Buildings & structures, Appropriate design, Community design, Regenerative Business, The Transition Movement, Food Culture, The Village Economy, Permaculture Around the World, Community Engagement Strategies, and more…

Locations & site visits include:

  • Reppun’s Farm (Waihole)
  • Kahumana Farm (Waianae Valley)
  • Ailani Gardens (Waianae Valley)
  • Naked Cow Dairy (Waianae Valley)
  • Hawaii Agrcultural Research Center (Kunia)
  • Meleana’s Farm (NShore)
  • Kolea Farm (NShore)
  • UH Magoon Center (Manoa)
  • Lyon Arboretum (Manoa)
  • Sweet Home Waimanalo (Nalo) 
  • and more…

For more details visit Transition Oahu’s website.

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Unfortunately this class is full, but there is talk of a 2-week intensive PDC being offered on Oahu this summer.  Join the Edible Garden Revolution here to keep informed of upcoming workshops & blitzes, where you can learn-by-doing, make awesome new friends, and have lots of fun!

 

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