San Juan Permaculture Institute and Monticello College proudly announce:
Introduction to Permaculture Design & Georgics Communities A two evening class: July 10, 2019 - 5 pm to 9 pm and July 11, 2019 - 5 pm to 9 pm Wovoka Ranch 12851 6800 Rd, Montrose CO 81401
“The only ethical decision is to take responsibility for our own existence and that of our children” – Bill Mollison, Founder of Permaculture
Gain a clear vision for building your soil and community though Permaculture Design and Georgics Paradigm! We offer tools, steps, and strategies that will help you develop a healthy, self-reliant and provident lifestyle for your family. We will cover a natural approach to home and garden design, building soil properly through microbial culture, garden farming, pattern language, backyard herbal nutrition and more!
"Georgics is a lost cultural Ideal that the founders worked hard to inculcate into American society. Georgics is what made Greece and Rome great. Georgics is what healed Europe after the fall of Rome and Georgics was the foundation for making America the greatest land of liberty in the world. Permaculture is a modern-day georgics movement that will heal the soil and rejuvenate communities, making them resilient against future hardships." Dr. Shanon Brooks
This class is taught by Josh Choate, Director of Living Campus Operations, Monticello College.
July 10 (5 pm to 9 pm) Lecture 1 | How to Build a Georgics Community Lecture 2 | Principles of Natural Design Lecture 3 | Life in The Soil, The Key to Soil Building and Nutrition
July 11 (5 pm to 9 pm) Lecture 4 | How to Plant a Food Forest, Introduction to Garden Farming Lecture 5 | Speaking The Language of Nature, Pattern Language Basics Lecture 6 | How to Design Like a Genius, For Dummies Lecture 7 | Perma-prepping, Preparing for the Worst by Living the Best
Interested in bringing this class to your community? Contact us for details.
Cost: $50 per person, pre-registration required Limited Seating, sign up NOW! Register Online: www.sjpermaculture.com
For more information, visit www.monticellocollege.org Josh – 435-554-8484 | firstname.lastname@example.org