2022 Introductory Class & Workshop Schedule

There is a $100 discount on the Permaculture Design Course for attending an Introductory Class.

Free Introductory Classes

Workshops

Introduction to Permaculture

December 12th, 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

In Person: Yellow Barn Farm

Permaculture is a design science that uses nature as a model for creating resilient human systems–from agriculture to urban planning. In this introductory course, we will use the twelve key principles of permaculture to explore techniques like rainwater harvesting, building healthy soils, designing forest gardens and polycultures, integrating livestock into food systems, human design, and appropriate natural building. This is a great chance to dip your toes into permaculture, meet interesting people, and hear about some inspiring local case studies.

If you’d like, stay afterwards for our quarterly Boulder County Permaculture Guild Gathering. There will be a potluck lunch from 12-1:30 followed by announcements and a presentation.

Please register using this form. Further details will be sent out a few days ahead of time.


Introduction to Permaculture

January 20th, 12:00 – 1:00 pm

Virtual: People Pollinators & Action Network

Stay Tuned for Registration Link

Permaculture is a design science that uses nature as a model for creating resilient human systems–from agriculture to urban planning. In this introductory course, we will use the twelve key principles of permaculture to explore techniques like rainwater harvesting, building healthy soils, designing forest gardens and polycultures, integrating livestock into food systems, human design, and appropriate natural building. As the People, Pollinators, and Action Network is kindly co-sponsoring this event, we will pay special attention to the role permaculture design has in supporting pollinators.

Introduction to Permaculture

February 17th, 5:00 – 6:30 pm

In Person: Growing Gardens

Permaculture is a design science that uses nature as a model for creating resilient human systems–from agriculture to urban planning. In this introductory course, we will use the twelve key principles of permaculture to explore techniques like rainwater harvesting, building healthy soils, designing forest gardens and polycultures, integrating livestock into food systems, human design, and appropriate natural building. This is a great chance to dip your toes into permaculture, meet interesting people, and hear about some inspiring local case studies.

Please register using this form. Further details will be sent out a few days ahead of time.


Introduction to Permaculture

Mid-March Date & Time TBD

Virtual: Resource Central

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Permaculture is a design science that uses nature as a model for creating resilient human systems–from agriculture to urban planning. In this introductory course, we will use the twelve key principles of permaculture to focus on regenerative, low-water design in suburban landscapes. We will explore techniques like rainwater harvesting, building healthy soils, designing forest gardens, selecting low-water plants, and more. We will also take a look at some interesting examples and case studies from around Boulder County.

An updated 2021-2022 workshop schedule will be posted by mid-November. Stay tuned!