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|Permaculture Design Course - Creating an Eco-village From the Ground Up|
|Date||Monday June 15|
|Time||12:00 PM - 12:00 PM|
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The course is being held on an emerging Eco-Village development project on a ten acre, beautifully forested property about a mile outside of Laytonville, California. Laytonville is a small, rural town in Northern Mendocino County located right off Highway 101, about a three-hour drive from San Francisco. The property is zoned for subdividing and is in the process of being subdivided into five two-acre parcels that together will consist of the EcoVillage. Existing infrastructure on-site includes a two-story, two-unit farmhouse that’s about 65 years old, a barn with loft, a carport, and storage buildings. The vision of the Ecovillage is to develop the land and homes with community and sustainability as the core values. All of the models of ecological design, permaculture, green building, etc. will be applied to the fullest extent possible. Lots are available to people who agree to a common vision, to community, and to working with a set of guidelines that are developed by the community. Individual lots will thus fit into a “commons” wherein they co-create and agree to a set of sustainable and community parameters.
For more information on the Laytonville Eco-Village: Visit the Laytonville Eco-Village Project Website
or Contact Dan Antonioli at: dantonioli [at] earthlink.net
|laytonville [at] livingmandala.com|
Permaculture Design Certification Course:Added to the calendar on Thursday Apr 23rd, 2009 5:16 PM
Creating an Eco-Village From the Earth Up
June 15- 29, 2009
Mendocino County, Northern California
at the newly forming Laytonville Ecovillage
PERMACULTURE & ECO-VILLAGE DESIGN
INTEGRATIVE ECO-SOCIAL DESIGN CURRICULUM
HANDS-ON ACTION LEARNING
DESIGN TOOLS & MUCH MORE
Instructors & Facilitators
John Valenzuela, Emily Wacker, Erik Ohlsen, Max Meyers, Nan Kohler, Jay Ma, Dave Shaw, and more
This is a two week intensive Permaculture Design Certification Course that will be hosted on the beautiful site of the newly forming Laytonville Ecovillage in Mendocino county of Northern California. This course will immerse participants in the design system of Permaculture to create and maximize the beneficial relationships between our natural resources, our daily needs, and the regeneration the Earth. The course will integrate the theory of sustainable living with social permaculture through hands-on, real experience. Course participants will experience living in community and contributing to the design and development of a real Eco-Village project lead by an amazing cast of teachers and special guests in a fun and supportive community learning environment.
Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a Permaculture Design Certificate.
Design Certification is applicable towards Gaia University Degree Programs.
Orientations being held in Ashland, OR, August 17-25 2009.
Tuition & Registration
* Early Bird (before April 12): $995
* Regular: $1250 U.S. dollars
Includes instruction, basic camping accommodations, and 3 delicious, nutritious meals a day for the duration of the course.
For Questions e-mail: laytonville [at] livingmandala.com or
Phone: (707) 634-1461
For more information and course registration, visit the course website