New 2018 Field School
Learn how to create sustainable communities through the process of permaculture design. During this two-week intensive study you will complete a variety of outdoor activities, lectures, visits to field sites, and explore how the creative design process of permaculture can provide an organizing framework for designing sustainable communities.
Permaculture is the conscious design of landscapes which mimic the diversity, stability, and resilience of natural ecosystems and the relationships found in nature while yielding an abundance of food, fiber and energy for the provision of local needs.
This field school will be taught by Ken Shaw who has trained with many leading permaculture teachers including, Geoff Lawton, Toby Hemenway, Dave Jacke, Owen Hablutzel, and Jesse Lemieux as well many years of farming in rural and urban settings.
The course will also include guest lecturer Delvin Solkinson, Field Mentor through the Permaculture Institute (USA) and certified teacher with Permaculture Association (UK) and Permaculture Research Institute (AU).
Students will also receive the internationally recognized Permaculture Design Certificate through the Permaculture Institute.
Course | 3 credits:
- SUST 120 - Introduction to Permaculture
June 11-27, 2018
- Prince Rupert campus