Permiculture Design Certificate Course | St. Lawrence University Sustainability Program

Permiculture Design Certificate Course

Monday, April 19, 2021 (All day) to Friday, April 30, 2021 (All day)

2021 Permaculture Design Certification at St. Lawrence University with Patty Love – April 19th-30th, 2021


Re-design your life, re-envision your future Are you looking for an empowering and sustainable way to create change in yourself, the land you live on, and your community? Permaculture can be defined as an interdisciplinary design approach, based in and derived from the observation of indigenous practices of nature stewardship and natural ecological systems of relationships that strives to repair and create regenerative and reciprocal systems for meeting human needs while also enhancing the quality of life for all beings, including plants, insects, non-human animals, and fungi. Permaculture always keeps in sight three ethics: Earth care, people care, and resource share. The principles of permaculture teach us how to design ways of living that have the diversity, stability, and resiliency of natural ecosystems. They lead us to consciously create positive solutions for managing our food, medicine, and shelter needs while we create regenerative systems to manage our relationships with ourselves, our communities, our natural environment, and all life forms. We have solutions that are available on any scale, and we can make changes that will reach out to future generations. Successful completion of these course will earn participants an internationally recognized Permaculture Design Certificate.