Join me at the Harrison House, Music, Arts and Ecology Center in Joshua Tree, California for a permaculture course steeped in the principles of permaculture, drylands strategies, stories, art, and music at: http://louharrisonhouse.org
Join me for our third annual Permaculture Design Certification Course that is a part of the highly life transforming nine month long nature connection Anake Program with Wilderness Awareness School. For more information on joining the program go to: https://wildernessawareness.org/adult-programs/anake
We will be continuing our education and application work in Resilience Design and Permagardens with the Danish Refugee Council with their dynamic Somalia team. We will be focussing on drylands resilience at many scales including the home garden and compound, the community and at watershed levels. This program is not open to the public yet if your organization is interested in hosting one of these types of trainings, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Warren Brush will be traveling to London this February to participate in the honor of being a judge for the LUSH SPRING PRIZE which is an annual £200,000 prize fund and other support activities, to build capacity for those repairing the earth’s damaged systems
This course is designed to give you a thorough understanding of the principles and applications of permaculture design. Furthermore, it provides a tangible foothold in developing your skills in designing systems that mimic the patterns and relationships found in nature. The course consists of diverse learner centered activities, that introduce the group to creative problem solving and promote team work, considering
different individual learning styles. During the PDC you will have the opportunity to complete a holistic design as well as gain hands-on (practical) experience of different land and cultural regeneration
techniques, while at the same time observe and study already established systems and applied designs at our farm. This course provides an internationally recognized certification through the Permaculture Research Institute of Australia.
Eco-literacy for sustainability
Patterns & processes in nature
Sustainable design processes and methodologies
Hydrological restoration, water management and earthworks
Soil building and nutrient cycling
Sustainable food production systems
Appropriate technology and small scale renewable energy systems
Cultural regeneration,invisible structures and social permaculture
Practical design exercises
The course will be taught by Warren Brush (first part - 4days) and by the Nea Guinea team (second part- 8 days).
For more information go to: http://neaguinea.org/2018/02/15/pri-australia-accredited-pdc-with-warren-brush-in-greece/
with Warren Brush and Elke Loepthien, in cooperation with the German Permakultur Akademie
What would Permaculture be without its teachers – those people that are able to pass on this incredibly diverse and rich phenomenon, that is so hard to put into words and nevertheless has touched and transformed thousands and thousands of people worldwide? It is the teachers that make permaculture accessible and allow the spark to move on to touch more people’s lives, in the workshops and trainings that they are running.
Permaculture gifts us with enormous power to change our existence into a healthier and earth friendlier life, no matter where you are at. It lives and grows through the many people who do not only keep alive and protect this precious treasure, but who also dare to pass it onto others.
For more information on the course go to the Circlewise Website
This course equips people working in international development and grassroots projects with the perspectives and skills needed to engage with communities in partnership to incorporate elements into the design of communities, smallholder farms and land with household agricultural production that are holistic, appropriate, strategic, effective, diverse, as well as ecologically and economically sound. This course includes the 72-hr Permaculture Design Certification through the Permaculture Research Institute. Learn more at register at:
Warren Brush will be facilitating a training and design application program for the development of a demonstration site for Resilience Design in the Kakuma region of Northern Kenya. The Danish Refugee Council is facilitating the training and site development.
For more information on the Danish Refugee Council go to: https://drc.ngo
This is a one-week Resilience Design Training for Meki Catholic Secretariat (MCS) for their field agents working with smallholder farmers in the Meki region of Ethiopia. For more on the RD Training Toolkit go to the Food Security Network with USAID TOPS program at https://www.fsnnetwork.org of which Warren Brush is a co-developer.
For more information on MCS go to: http://mcsethio.org/aboutus.html
Introductory education sessions on Cultural and Earth Repair for Abundance and Resiliency
For more information go to:https://pri.irish
People all over the world are developing ways to live in harmony with nature and each other. They are generating renewable resources, restoring ecosystems, nurturing solidarity and making societies stronger. Warren Brush is a judge on the panel which will help to decide who is awarded funds in this round of giving.
The Lush Spring Prize is here to support this regeneration movement. Learn more:
This course takes place in San Luis Obispo, CA. Learn about earthworks and hydration strategies for ecological farming, land restoration, water harvesting and earth reparation for agroecosystem stability...
Join Warren and guest instructors for a two-week immersive experience in Permaculture and gain your internationally recognized certification. Learn more and register online here:
Learn more about this innovative Permaculture Design Certification for International Development held at Quail Springs Permaculture in California: http://www.quailsprings.org/programs/permaculture/pdcid