Oct 4, 2008

Permaculture Intro Workshop Announcement

The Permaculture Research Institute, Cold Climate presents
An Introduction to Permaculture
Fall 2008 Workshop
Minnesota and the Midwest are at a crucial stage in climate change, economics, energy descent and transitioning to self reliant homesteads.
Permaculture has principles and ethics to help individuals, communities and families develop their resources into stable and continuously viable homes and property.
Permaculture principles guide participants in observing patterns of energy use and collection and storage of diminishing resources.
This workshop will introduce Permaculture to participants and assist them in entering new patterns of existence that secure an environmentally supported lifestyle.
When: Film Festival- Friday November 7, 2008 6:30 PM (Public Presentation)
Workshop- Saturday November 8, 2008, 8:00 AM
Home Tour- Sunday November 9, 2008 10:00 AM SouthWoods, Prior Lake
Where: Institute for Agricultural Trade and Policy, 2104 Stevens Ave, Minneapolis, MN
What: Introduction to Permaculture Workshop
Who: Presenters: Bruce Blair;CPD, Daniel Halsey;CPD, Reed Aubin;CPD , Krista Lerass, CPD
Materials: Participants will be given supporting materials based on the days presentations.
Cost:
$75 Members,
$85 Non-Members,
$150 Workshop Kit (Workshop, Mollison Permaculture Intro Book & Membership) Save $30
Space is limited, Register ASAP. The next workshop will not be until February 2009.
Daniel Halsey
PRI/TGC

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