Introduction to Permaculture: Resilient Ecological Design

Date & Time
July 8, 2018
10:00 am - 1:00 pm


Introduction to Permaculture: Resilient Ecological Design

Come join us on our thriving farm for an introductory workshop on permaculture design! Permaculture is a set of social and agricultural design principles that will give you the tools to transform your garden space. You will leave the class with a basic design that you’ve created for your garden, home, office, or school and an understanding of how permaculture can be applied beyond the garden.
Urban Adamah hopes to offer a Permaculture Design Certificate Course in Fall – Winter, 2018-19. If you’re interested in taking our PDC, we invite you take this introductory course to experience the extraordinary wisdom of Rachel Economy. In order for the PDC to run, we need 10-15 people to register (depending where on the sliding scale individuals register) by July 31st to ensure sufficient funds to pay the instructors. If we do not have enough people registered, the course will not run.
Tickets are $20 for this workshop.
Accessibility: This event is ADA accessible and will be held in the Yurt and on ADA accessible pathways. FM receivers are available for those hard of hearing. There will be heat in the yurt. This event is not scent-free.

About the Instructor

Rachel Economy is a passionate permaculture educator and practitioner, as well as a poet, artist, and group facilitator. She has studied, practiced, and taught ecological gardening, sustainable farming, and permaculture in urban and rural environments across the country for almost a decade. Rachel holds a master’s degree in Social Innovation and Sustainability from Goddard College, where she studied the place of story and imagination in resilient systems design. She is currently the fiction editor at Hematopoiesis Press, and teaches creative writing and permaculture gardening to all ages. Rachel also teaches social permaculture, helping people re-write the stories that create human and ecological systems, with an eye to justice and resilience. She loves using permaculture to design writing classes, fermentation workshops, outdoor curriculum, gardens and farms, rituals, and other encounters.