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School of Permaculture Student Testimonials






School of Permaculture students share a little of their experience with the permaculture design course taught at School of Permaculture ~We greatly appreciate your shares and likes. Please share if you found something useful. What next? (click below) Take a Course Hire a Consultant Hire a Speaker Aid & Orphanage Donate Catch up with us[…]

Kelcey Carlberg

Kelcey Carlberg has this to say about the School of Permaculture






Current Permaculture Design Course student Kelcey Carlberg has this to say about her experience with the six month version of the permaculture design course at the School of Permaculture. ~We greatly appreciate your shares and likes. Please share if you found something useful. What next? (click below) Take a Course Hire a Consultant Hire a[…]

Clint Chamberlain

Clint Chamberlain has this to say about the School of Permaculture






Permaculture Design Course Graduate Clint Chamberlain had this to say about his experience with the six month version of the permaculture design course at the School of Permaculture. ~We greatly appreciate your shares and likes. Please share if you found something useful. What next? (click below) Take a Course Hire a Consultant Hire a Speaker[…]

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Highlights of our Haiti PDC 2015






Trees and their energy transactions taught under the shade of a mango What an honor it was for us to get to deposit a swath of permaculture into the island La Gonave, Haiti. More specifically into the village of La Palma on the island of La Gonave, Haiti. As I sit here and write this[…]

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What Does School of Permaculture Do?






We get asked this all the time, what does School of Permaculture do? We are glad you asked… School of Permaculture, a 501c3 non profit organization, has 4 main components: 1. We are an education facility that teaches permaculture both on-site and here on this website. Make sure to scroll through the many pages of permaculture[…]

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Permaculture Tip of the day – How to Talk About Permaculture






How do you talk to people about permaculture? Very carefully. Just joking. Honestly though, talking with people about permaculture sometimes can be down right difficult to do. You just got immersed into a life changing paradigm shift and are super enthusiastic and then someone asks about it or what it is, you almost draw a[…]

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Permaculture Tip of the Day – How to Choose a Permaculture Educator






Seriously, I recommend to all passionate and serious students of permaculture and regenerative sustainability to take, at minimum, two different permaculture design courses edified by two completely different educators at least 6 months to a year apart. There is just too much information to write down and remember in one course and the second course will mentally[…]

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Permaculture Tip of the Day – What Are Type One Errors?






  (A busted and breached pond/dam wall) TYPE ONE ERRORS are classified as errors/mistakes on a site which will either cost you or the client a lot of time, money, or energy to replace, redo, or clear out of a system if installed incorrectly. There are very few TYPE ONE ERRORS in permaculture design –[…]