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Early bird is flying away

Just a friendly reminder, that the early bird deal will soon come to an end for the Holmgren designed PDC at the Rockly Ashram. If you are thinking about making a “life-changing, horizon expanding” experience, as described by a participant last year, make sure you save $200 by paying full fee by Dec 12 by registering here.

w42TgAMdR_D28PUc2o-uEPeoRINsCS2q1NHWEtvXua8This PDC course is designed along the twelve principles Holmgren devised and detailed in Permaculture: principles and pathways beyond sustainability.  It is a fully catered (by none other than Su Dennett and the Ashram cooks) residential course, with all access to the Yoga program at the Ashram. Teachers include some of the best permaculture tutors including permaculture co-founder David Holmgren himself, Ian Lillington, Beck Lowe, Angela Enbom, Patrick Arnts and Simon Reid.

The caring nature of all the presenters shone through and having the opportunity to eat with and socialize with presenters and the Ashram people has been just amazing.

Be the one to experience this (and save a couple of hundred bucks).

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