Permaculture Design Certificate Course Fundraiser

Date & Time
May 2, 2018 - July 31, 2018


Permaculture Design Certificate Course Fundraiser

This coming fall Urban Adamah is thrilled to offer a Permaculture Design Certificate Course taught by pedagogy-expert and local permaculture educator, and former UA Assistant Farm Manager, Rachel Economy. For one weekend a month for five months, join us on the farm to dive deep in the principles and practices of resilient ecological design and learn to create systems that foster earth care, people care, and fair share. Participants will leave this course certified, and with hands-on tools and training to implement design processes in their own ecosystems and communities.

To make this course possible we are reaching out to collaborate with you, our community. We are offering a portion of the tickets for this course in advance through this fundraiser. When you buy your ticket, you secure your spot in the course. In addition, you also help to guarantee that the course will happen, and underwrite the sliding scale that will make this course accessible to as many participants as possible. This is a unique and rare opportunity to dig in to permaculture on a thriving urban farm, meet and learn from Bay Area leaders and land, and create more accessible permaculture education locally. We invite your vital support.

Dates and Times of Course
9 am – 5 pm Saturday and Sunday

October 27-28
November 10-11
December 1-2
January 12-13
February 9-10

For questions about the course and fundraiser, please email permaculture@urbanadamah.org.

*If we meet our fundraising goals by July 31st, the course will run as planned. If not, we will refund your money.

**Please note that only contributions in excess of $850 will be tax deductible.


About the Instructor – Rachel Economy

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.