permaculture course Boulder

NOCO Permaculture Intensive: Through the Region

Course Location: Class hosted at a site in Fort Collins with Permaculture site visits throughout the Northern Front Range.
Dates: 2 week Intensive held July 24-29 and August 14-19.
Cost: Early Bird Discount until June 1st: $1600
Course Tuition until July 15th: $1750
Description: This course is a deep dive into regenerative design, grounded in the permaculture ethics and principles as well as local ecology. In addition to completing a group design project, you will learn an abundance of earth care techniques–managing water, building healthy soil, designing and planting food forests, integrating livestock, and much more. You will also get an introduction to natural building and social permaculture. This course is designed to showcase applications of permaculture on many scales, from urban settings to farms. Expect to spend a few hours outside of class working on your design project.
Refund Policy: Course fees are refundable up until July 15th, minus a 10% administrative fee.
Limited scholarship funds are available for those with the greatest need and from historically underserved communities. Email for more information. The deadline for scholarship applications is June 1st. Payment plans are also available.

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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