We are pleased to be involved with a number of Permaculture courses and events. These range from onlline courses that are offered by Oregon State University to in person workshops which we have hosted locally. Below is a list of current educational opporutnities as well as some discount codes for added inspiration.
Oregon State University-Permaculture Design Certificate Program-Online
online, instructor-led Permaculture Design Certificate helps you successfully employ permaculture philosophies and techniques.
Within a collaborative, academically rigorous curriculum, you will complete regenerative landscape projects with intensive instructor feedback and one-on-one interaction to help with every step along the way.
You will learn or expand your skills of translating site observations and designs to paper or digital applications such as Powerpoint and Google Slides.
By using this discount code, JWPerm, you will recieve a 5% discount off the cost of this course.
You can check out the course using this link.
Oregon State University-Advanced Permaculture Design for Climate Resilience-Online
As the climate shifts around the globe, it is increasingly important for the permaculture designer to understand global trends and incorporate sound design to mitigate negative impacts.
This advanced permaculture course focuses on teaching you to build climate change resilience as a design layer, provided you’re already experienced in permaculture and ecological design.
The content of this course is primarily produced by Oregon State permaculture instructor Andrew Millison. You will use Andrew’s textbook that was custom created for this course, Permaculture Design Tools for Climate Resilience.
You will also rely on and interact with video presentations, podcasts, instructional screencasts, illustrated lectures, an extensive library of links to additional resources and a customized report template.
You will be assigned an experienced designer as a primary reader. This primary reader will spend time each week reviewing your work and serve as a guide for you and your research. Primary readers may ask for revisions, request more information or point you to resources for additional knowledge in a particular area.
For more information you can access the course using this link.