Enrol in high-quality workshops, courses & seminars. Learn from a network of permaculture pioneers and extensive educational resources. This is education about Permaculture Design that is designed according to Permaculture Design.
Permaculture is one of the most active and effective movements empowering individuals, communities, businesses and policy-makers to regenerate the Earth, build resilience and live sustainably.
This PDC is a unique opportunity! The standard curriculum has been re-imagined with real-world case studies of mature permaculture sites that have been thriving for decades at the core of learning.
These case studies are the product of the instructors' direct action research tour that has accumulated data over several years to capture the evolution of each project. This powerful resource conveys a detailed understanding of applied permaculture design thinking amid real-world challenges to students as well as the essential theory, eco-literacy and design process.
We emphasize the power and application of the triple bottom-line ethic as key components of the permaculture vision: environmental regeneration, social justice, and equitable economy.
January 2022 – Guest Teacher at Hundred Fruit Farm
January 2022 – at Snipes Farm & Education Center
December 2021 – hosted by Occidental Arts and Ecology Center as a team of online instructors as well as in person instructors Brock Dolman and GUILDA’s Sara Wuerstle(4 weeks online & 7 days in-person)
August 2021 – Guest Teacher at Hundred Fruit Farm
July 2021 – for Farm Urban, Liverpool, UK
February 2020 – Facilitator for the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance
November 2017 – Eunice presented “Learning from the Pioneers – Accelerate succession in the global permaculture community” and Sara presented “Fix a Flood with an Orchard: Ancient solutions to flood and drought in the Era of Tech”
Learn how these complex systems are actively designed, how they function, and how they evolve over time by exploring our in-depth reports, interactive web pages & insightful diaries from our direct-action research tour:
and get access to FREE educational resources