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Design Courses

The Austin Permaculture Guild hosts multiple Permaculture Design Courses per year. We hold a a two week intensive class for full immersion into the permaculture lifestyle and a 6 weekend format class that is ideal for students with a busy schedule. The ‘6 Weekends’ course is currently CLOSED for registration. Please click here to be added to our waiting list.

The Fall Permaculture Teacher Training dates have been released! Please check out the dates, location and registration information for this class here. You can experience this ground breaking class immersing you in knowledge of how to teach your own permaculture design course.

Class tour at previous design course
Picture: Melanie Strang-Hardy

 

 

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9 comments on “Design Courses

Alexander Salazar

Hello im interested in enrolling in the 2015 spring PDC course I was just curious as to how I begin the registration process, thanks any info would help. Have a great day.

Gwenyth Jett

I am interested in learning and participating.

Betsy Chamberlain

I would like to know the dates for the 2 week intensive course this spring. Thanks!

taelorpermie

Hey there Betsy, the two week intensive course is June 1-14th! I am going to post it today. Keep checking back to see it up and you can register! 🙂 Email me if you have anymore questions. monroe.taelor@gmail.com

taelorpermie

Thanks Gwenyth! If you want more info please email me! monroe.taelor@gmail.com

taelorpermie

Hey there Alexander! I just saw this and don’t check these much because about 95% of these comments are spam. Please go to this link and hit the ‘buy now’ button to register and hold your spot in the course. http://www.austinperm.com/courses/10-saturdays-spring-2015/

I’ll go ahead and email this info to you as well so I hope you get it! Feel free to email me with anymore questions.

Thank you,

Taelor Monroe
APG Executive Director
monroe.taelor@gmail.com

Would there be any advantage to inulaste the soil surface with, say, bags filled with pine needles or even just a tarp to keep as much heat from being lost as possible?

taelorpermie

Yes, mulching the soil surface is always a good idea. A very wise soil scientist, Elaine Ingam, once said, “Mother Nature abhors bare soil.” The mulch will help stabilize the soil temperature and moisture as well as encourage soil life of the soil food web.

Spot on with this write-up, I actually believe that
this website needs a lot more attention. I’ll probably be back again to see more, thanks for the info!

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