The Denver Permaculture Guild is excited to announce Denver’s 7th annual Permaculture Design Course! Permaculture is a revolutionary design science that applies nature’s patterns to human structures, and the Permaculture Design Course has trained thousands of changemakers around the world in its theory and practice. Our 112-hour course includes the core 72-hour internationally certified curriculum as well as a number of detailed breakout sessions and regionally appropriate resources.
The Denver PDC will be held the first weekend of every month starting in October 2017 and wrapping up in April 2018. The course location will alternate between The GrowHaus, a cutting-edge permaculture demonstration facility off I-70 and York in Denver, and The Posner Center, a non-profit collective space at 33rd and Arapahoe in Denver. The first weekend of the course will be a retreat held at Woodbine Ecology Center, a permaculture organization just outside the Denver area. A range of optional workshops and events will happen between each class.
Through an engaging mix of lecture, hands-on group activities, and real-world design projects, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of ecological thinking and how to apply it in a variety of contexts. Please see the course syllabus for more details.
The course is facilitated by experienced practitioners and teachers: Adam Brock, Creighton Hofeditz, Isabel Sanchez, and a series of guest lecturers. Check out their backgrounds their bios on the facilitators page.
The Denver PDC is recommended for design professionals, urban farmers, community organizers, foodies, city planners, green entrepreneurs, homeowners, and anybody seeking a comprehensive framework for sustainable change.