Posted September 20th, 2010
In this introductory course, participants will gain interactive experience with easy-to-implement solutions that have the potential to solve humanity’s most pressing challenges and advance the health of our planet’s ecosystems.
Come and engage with the following:
- Permaculture Principles and Ethics
- The Permaculture Design Process
- Keys to Naturalist Observation
- Take-home Solutions for the Global Transition
Brandy Hall is the Education and Site Director for the Ashevillage Institute in Asheville, NC. She holds a Master’s in Contemplative Education from Naropa University and brings forth a passion for Permaculture as a tool for planetary healing in this time of global transition, beginning with ourselves. She has lived and taught on farms from New York to Costa Rica, and has been deepening her connection to the Earth through farming, building, designing, and educating since 2004.
The cost will be $100 per person, which includes the workshops, accommodations at the Hostel for the Friday and Saturday night as well as a beautiful vegetarian dinner on both nights. Make sure to call ahead and book as we will fill up quickly.
Posted September 13th, 2010
We are currently planning new events to take place at the Hostel over the coming weeks. Details of these will be published very soon.