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Published by: Brett Caporn on Jan 07, 2013
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 Jeff Nugent has over twenty five years experience in teaching Permaculture Design and a longer history as a Permaculture Designer. He is co-author of the book 
PermaculturePlants - A Selection
, and author of 
Permaculture Plants - Agaves andCacti.
He is currently working on other permaculture plants books and futuristic novel. He has worked on four continents and has taught courses in Australia, North America and Africa 
Introduction to PermacultureIntroduction to PermacultureIntroduction to Permaculture
Permaculture (permanent agriculture) is a system of agriculture thatcombines landscape design with perennial plants and animals in such a waythat each element supports and enhances each other element. It offers asafe, sustainable agriculture for town and farm. In an age of famine, poisons,erosion, population explosion, dwindling fuel supplies and receding forests, itpromises a low energy, high yielding agriculture for the whole world.
Course detailsCourse detailsCourse details 
The venues:The first part of the course (see overleaf for additional attendancerequirements) is an intensive 5 day event living on a permaculture property.This counts as the first part of SARI's (Sustainable Agriculture ResearchInstitute) Permaculture Design Certificate.The property is 12 km from Nannup, has been developed along permaculturelines for 30 years and will provide participants with many visual examples ofpermaculture in action and give you a chance to live, breath and embrace thistype of sustainable environment.
Introduction to Permaculture
South West Regional CollegeSouth West Regional College of TAFE
Key Note SpeakerKey Note Speaker 
Dates: 4th - 8th October 2010Cost of course: $200 (including food and camping)

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