This year, in September 2015, we’re organising a Permaculture Design Course (PDC) with Rosemary Morrow in Greece. For those of you who don’t know what this is, a PDC is an intensive course to teach people how to design resilient and sustainable eco-systems.
My name is Tina Lymberis and for the last 5 years, I’ve tuned into my permaculture passion: I’ve been organising and teaching seminars, sustaining a blog about permaculture with educational articles in greek (www.kangouro.gr), starting transition initiatives and now I’m about to print Greece’s first permaculture guide in Greek (earth user’s guide to permaculture, Rosemary Morrow).
The request is simple: raise enough cash to sponsor 15 Greek students to be able to attend this PDC and to give away 50 freshly translated permaculture books!
Come and learn about permaculture with Rosemary Morrow and Tina Lymberis in Nea Makri (Athens). The emphasis is on the Mediterranean climate and dryland strategies.
27 September – 9 October 2015 (13 days)
The weather will still be warm, so combine it with your holidays, take it on its own or sprinkle it with other experiences. Whatever you decide, if you’ve thought about doing a PDC, come and do it with us in Greece!
It’s the classic Permaculture Design Course (PDC), the internationally-recognized seventy-two hour course resulting in a Permaculture Design Certificate which is a comprehensive introduction to permaculture design as set forth by movement founder Bill Mollison.
The course will run for 13 days (including a 1-day break) in English with a translation of the main terms for the greek-speakers. Continue reading →