72-Hour Permaculture Design Certification Course

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On March 9th – 16th, the Mason Sustainability Institute will be hosting a 72-Hour Permaculture Design Certification Course, taught by Wayne Weiseman of the Permaculture Project LLC.  The course will cover such topics as Plant Propagation, Grafting, and Seed Saving; Healthy Use of Animals in Permaculture Systems; Aquaculture and Aquaponics; Renewable Energy; the Waste Stream; and many more. 

This intensive course will take place from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm with breaks for lunch and dinner, with some additional evening activities. Catered lunch and some dinners will be provided. The total cost for this course will be $1,000. Early birds can save $100 on this fee if they register before November 30th. Continuing Education Credits are available through the Office of Continuing Professional Education (http://ocpe.gmu.edu/). 

Wayne Weiseman is certified by The Permaculture Institute of Australia and the Worldwide Permaculture Network as an instructor of the Permaculture Design Certificate Course. He is also certified by the American Institute of Architecture (AIA) and the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) to teach continuing education in Permaculture to licensed architects and landscape architects. 

More information on Wayne Weiseman can be found here:  http://www.permacultureproject.com/ 

You can register for the workshop here: http://www.tinyurl.com/PDCC-GMU/ 

I hope to see you there, and please feel free to share this with anyone who you think may be interested!


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