Ozark CoHousing in Fayetteville, Arkansas is sponsoring an affordable
permaculture workshop May 9 to May 11. The cost is $95.
The workshop will be lead by Patricia Michael, a social and environmental
activist, designer, lecturer and educator who studied permaculture with
Bill Mollison in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Central America and
the U.S. A Vice-Chancellor of the International Permaculture Academy
at Tyalgum, Australia, Ms. Michael emphasizes ecological designs that
maximize the potential of both humans and nature.
What will you get out of the workshop?
--A basic understanding of permaculture.
--Design tools and ways to apply them to your home and farm.
--The ability to analyze a site for best use of natural resources,
--Slides and stories of permaculture from around the world; and
--A fun, hands-on experience with other cool people!
For more information, contact Karen McSpadden at firstname.lastname@example.org