In collaboration with P3 Permaculture, The Ville will be hosting a two-day workshop all around Permaculture. People who participate in this course will gain the ability to apply the holistic problem-solving design science of Permaculture. With this skill you will be able to look at your home, apartment, property, and projects with a critical analytical eye that is founded in ecological patterns. Cost $100. Learn more and register
Bello Uccello Honeybee Sanctuary, a certified by Demeter biodynamic honey bee sanctuary, will be holding its tenth annual Natural Beginners Beekeeping Workshop based on Biodynamic Principles. The course is two full days with a limited registration of participants. Klaus Langpohl, an experienced, Certified Biodynamic Beekeeper, will be your Guide as he shares with you, one-on-one, the Amazing Life of the Honey Bee, inside and outside of the Hive. The Bees and the Hive will be your Teacher. The workshop is designed to prepare you for your journey to become a Natural Beekeeper based on biodynamic principles. This is an intensive 15 hours of classroom and outdoor, hands-on experiences. For more information: 902-837-1030 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The theme of this year's Atlantic Master Gardeners Association Annual Conference is "Gardening in a Changing Environment." See full program details
This course is delivered by P3 Permaculture and aims to equip students to feel confident in their ability to design positive solutions in their gardens, in their communities, and in their own lives. P3 Permaculture emphasizes that permaculture goes beyond agriculture; permaculture is a holistic design system that we can apply on any scale and in any situation.
The first principle of permaculture is “Observe and Interact.” Close observation of the natural principles that drive ecological systems is one of the cornerstones of permaculture. In permaculture we believe that nature knows best, and that designs based on earth’s logic is the best way to heal broken systems.
Our curriculum pays particular attention to energy, water, and food systems, as well as various aspects of social permaculture including social economies, and self and community care.
For more information, visit P3 Permaculture's website.