Boulder Permaculture Design Course

A seasonal permaculture design certification course in beautiful Boulder, Colorado, one weekend per month, April through October

In this professional course, which offers more than 80-hours of experiential learning, participants will explore new ideas for creating household resiliency, designs for reducing ecological footprint, and patterns for local economies while having outrageous fun! Beyond the classroom we will offer an Academy for further in depth knowledge and a children’s program for parents who would like to take this course, while their kids learn

This course will be taught at several permaculture sites across Boulder County. From the Mountains to the Plains, from the City to the Farms. The exact locations for each weekend of the course and will be included with Registration.

The Across the Divide Permaculture Design Course content will include the internationally accepted curriculum taught around that world that is required to receive a Permaculture Design Certificate. Details about these requirements can be found on PINA’s website

2018 COURSE LOCATION AND DATES:
April 14-15, May 19-20, June 9-10, July 14-15, Aug 11-12, Sept 8-9, Oct 13-14
9:00 AM – 5:30 PM each day
*Optional electives will be offered beyond the class time

COURSE COSTS:
$1250 before February 15, 2018
$1500 after Feb. 15th, 2018
No refunds after April 1, 2018

There are limited scholarship funds available for those in need. Please contact us for a scholarship application or to discuss a payment plan.

COURSE TOPICS INCLUDE:

Ecological Design Methodologies & Integrated Systems

Growing Food in Small Spaces

Patterns & Invisible Structures

Natural Building Techniques

Aquaculture & Aquaponics Systems

Alternative Economics

Indigenous Knowledge

Raising Animals in Small Systems

Community Building & Appropriate Technologies

Cold Season Growing & Solar Greenhouse Design

Mushroom Cultivation

Water Catchment & Rainwater Harvesting

Food Forest & Companion Planting

Ecological Restoration

Preserving the Harvest

Secrets of Building Healthy Soil

Ecological Waste Management Systems

Urban & Suburban Permaculture