PERMACULTURE DESIGN & THE ECOLOGICAL MIND
Fall Intensive Permaculture Design Workshop in the White Mountains of NH
Join Stacey Doll and a host of permaculture teachers and practitioners for this unique Permaculture Design Certification Course that integrates permaculture principles and designs, ecological mindfulness, and deep dialogue and experiences that bring healing and connection to ourselves and the ecosystems to which we belong.
Hosted by Stacey Doll, owner of Rooted by Stacey, LLC, in partnership with WREN, the Women’s Rural Entrepreneurial Network, this course provides students with the skills and experiences needed to be successful permaculture designer and practitioner, and the practices needed to keep us mindfully connected to our ecological selves.
- An Introduction to Permaculture Ethics, Principles, and Guiding Philosophies
- Skills in the art of Permaculture Design with seasoned artists and designers
- Hands-on demonstrations in appropriate permaculture technologies and the opportunity to explore forest farming and mushroom cultivation
- Exploration of plant guilds, pollinators, and biodiversity within a permaculture landscape
- Patterns and Sacred Spaces in Nature
- Integrating our animal friends into our design
- Traditional and Natural Building Practices
- Expansion of our food cultivation
- Contemplation, exploration, play and deep dialogue with nature
- Applying permaculture to ourselves in our work, relationships and self-care practices
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Planning and designing our personal and professional spaces through a sustainable, ecological lens means balancing the care of our natural world with the care for humanity in a manner that is fair, non-depleting and supportive.
Utilizing best planning and management practices, and permaculture design principles:
- We can develop operational procedures within businesses that sustain the triple bottom line (planet, people and profit);
- We can foster resilient, thriving communities that connect with and nourish local natural environments that support the community;
- We can protect ecosystem services that provide enormous value to our lives; and
- We can design and care for gardens, edible forest, and medicinal grounds inspired by nature.