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Introduction to Permaculture

Want to get a better idea of what permaculture really is and what it can do? What does sustainability and whole system design have to do with permaculture?

About This Course

Permaculture design is an effective tool to help you really make a difference, whether by gaining access to healthier food, reducing pollution, healing the earth, creating more economic stability, or building stronger and healthier communities. Explore what permaculture can do for you and your life. Be the change you want to see!

This free workshop will cover what permaculture can do for you and for society from a number of different angles. We will introduce principles that you can use with your own gardening or home or community, to grow healthy food, and create more resilience and abundance.

You will learn specific permaculture design techniques you can apply immediately to increase abundance for yourself and loved ones while helping the environment. Permaculture design gives you the tools to:

- Grow healthy, organic food with little maintenance needed, by working with nature
- Use permaculture principles even in an apartment or condo
- Reduce costs of living
- Tap into or help build supportive community networks
- Achieve more economic stability
- Design your life toward more health and abundance
- Join us at this information, lively and interactive lecture.

Koreen is a permaculture and edible landscape designer and is in demand as a keynote and transformational speaker on the subject of abundant living.

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Interested in learning more about permaculture.

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Lead Instructor, PINA diploma in Design and Education. Koreen has taught permaculture design at Pine Ridge Lakota reservation, various locations throughout the US, a number of universities, and countries in the Americas and Europe. She has grown hundreds of species of edibles in a variety of conditions and climates, run edible nurseries, engaged in master planning, business incubation and holistic economics using whole systems strategy and design, facilitated community development, organized events, and designed numerous homesteads, farms, and public projects. She currently sits on the Board of Permaculture Institute of North America.
PINA supports professional development for PDC graduates through continuing education, mentorship, diploma recognition, and employment. We identify, fund, and staff critically important projects in land, community, and climate regeneration. https://pina.in. Our PDC course is the internationally recognized 72 hour Permaculture Design Course, endorsed by Permaculture Institute of North America (pina.in).

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