If you've heard of permaculture but you're not sure what it actually is, you're in luck! Join me for a conversation with Lee Recca, President of the Denver Permaculture Guild (DPG).
In this interview, we'll explore what permaculture is and discuss their upcoming Permaculture Design courses.
Denver Permaculture Guild (DPG) is a community-organized, membership-based nonprofit with the aim of building healthy, resilient, regenerative, and inclusive Denver area communities.
DPG is offering a Permaculture Design Course from April through October 2021, with a mix of remote and in-person workshops. The course includes the core 72-hour internationally certified curriculum as well as detailed breakout sessions and regionally appropriate resources.
DPG is also offering a hands-on, intensive outdoor course starting in late July. Additional 2021 course offerings include Social Permaculture, Advanced Landscape Design using Permaculture, Financial Permaculture, Decolonizing, and Indigenous Phenology.
-- Denver Permaculture Guild https://denverpermacultureguild.org/
There are many great books on permaculture. Here are a few:
-- The Permaculture Handbook: Garden Farming for Town and Country by Peter Bane
-- Gaia's Garden by Toby Hemenway
-- The Permaculture City: Regenerative Design for Urban, Suburban, and Town Resilience, by Toby Hemenway
-- Permaculture in Pots: How to Grow Food in Small Urban Spaces by Juliet Kemp
-- Permaculture: A Designer's Manual by Bill Mollison (co-founder of the movement)
2021 Earth Week Summit
April 17-24, 2021
Live workshops, happy hours, 1000 tree campaign, April pop-up group, and more!
2021 International Climate Action Challenge
Kicks off August 18, 2021
Register by April 10 for 50% discount and introduction in Earth Week Summit