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Cross-listed with: PSS 156. Design of agriculturally productive environments that have the diversity, stability, and resilience of the natural biosphere to harmoniously integrate landscape and people. Prerequisite: Three hours basic biological or ecological science, or permission.
Keith Morris ()
Dates: July 14 - August 8, 2014; Residential intensive course from July 20 - August 1. This is a full-time "farm and nature immersion" residential Permaculture Design Certification course, meeting at Willow Crossing Farm in Johnson, Vermont July 20 - August 1. Before and after these dates there are readings, assignments and online meetings, but students do not need to be onsite (or in Vermont). Co-requisite: PSS 195. Taken together, PSS 156 & PSS 195, are a full internationally recognized Permaculture Design Certification Course (PDS); Program Fee $550 ($300 advance deposit required) for farm-sourced and organic local meals, on-farming camping, use of boats and other equipment. Please see www.prospectrock.org for more details. Instructor permission required: contact email@example.com; Cross listed w/PSS 156 BU1
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