Tuesday, May 23, 2017

10 week Permaculture Design Certificate from 19th June (Brunswick)


This is the second Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) to be offered as an initiative between Marist 180 and The Salvation Army Youth and Family Services

This whole community learning method will help support sustainability for both charities as well as being an incredible opportunity for all participants

You will learn:
• 12 Permaculture Principles
• A combination of theory and practical knowledge
• Composting and mulching in the strangest of spaces
• Water systems and plants
• Learn how to design and implement your own garden/home design
• Taught on site in an inspiring space in Brunswick
• Be part of a Melbourne first project building a better future for our communities
• Ecological literacy

Open to all members of the community, in a very unique setting, with a focus on social justice, and supporting young people, this new ten week program will not only give participants the chance to learn Permaculture Principles in a setting that combines theory and practical skills, but also supports food security in the inner city and is helping create beautiful and sustainable spaces for two local charities.

Marist 180 will also be offering scholarship places for a limited number of unemployed young people on a case by case basis.

Taught by Stuart Muir Wilson : an experienced permaculturist, humanitarian and sustainable architect

Starting : 19th June and running for one day a week for ten weeks (every Monday)
Time: 9.00am - 5.00pm
Where: 1 Dawson St, Brunswick
Cost: $850.00 full fee | $400.00 concession

To enrol and for more information about this exciting learning and community opportunity please contact Rachel: P:(03) 9380 2065 | M: 0458 241 759 | E: rachel.burns@m180.org.au





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