June 1-6, 2015
A multi-day session, where students and designers come together to generate resilient and community-orientated ideas for the development of a permaculture neighborhood and community on the Piscataqua River in Dover, NH.
Professional permaculture planners, natural builders, designers, and educators will guide the effort through a design charrette. This workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to obtain permaculture design, planning knowledge and experience, as well as professional permaculture designers, planners, landscape or building designers, and educators. We will work to analyze, assess and design what it means to design, build and live in a home within a ecological community.
The process of design provides an overall framework where final solutions can be developed, with emphasis towards a design that incorporates the use of regenerative solutions for low impact living, while promoting biodiversity, community engagement and encouraging natural habitat.
Course Lead by: Amelia Curtis & Ryan Hvizda
Guest Designers, Educators & Experts:
Steve Whitman, Resilience Planning & Design
Bryan Felice, Undustrial TImber Frames, LLC
Scott Cloutier, Global Institute of Sustainability
Stacey Doll, Rooted By Stacey
Craig Oshkello, Living Tree Alliance
Ray Conner, Evandale Farm, LLC
& more to be announced!
Course Cost : $800 per person // Scholarships available!!!! Contact Amelia Cassandra firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost includes local & organic lunch and dinner daily as well as camping accommodations