Permaculture News

PDC at Rocklyn’s Ashram

ash pic

David Holmgren will be leading a team of experienced tutors in a ten day residential Permaculture Design Course in February 2014 at the Rocklyn Ashram. The Satyanada Ashram, near Daylesford, Central Victoria, provides a relaxing, beautiful and quiet learning environment.

Participants can be assured that they will be fed the world’s best food, fresh, organic, sustainable, ethical food, grown on site and from Central Victorian producers, procurred and prepared by Su Dennett, Melliodora’s resident super food processor, and the Ashram’s catering team.

Please do not miss out on this unique opportunity to learn permaculture from the co-founder of the concept and five other well-known, experienced tutors; Ian Lillington, Beck Lowe, Angela Enbom, Patrick Arnts and Simon Reid.

Immersing yourself for ten days in this setting will no doubt stimulate your permaculture senses and nurture your body, mind and spirit. The course includes off-site trips to one of the world’s best documented permaculture properties, the renowned Melliodora at Hepburn, and other permaculture sites in the area.

Course size is limited to 30 to guarantee individual attention. Book early and secure your place in this unique PDC.
See more details in our Events.
2014_Ashram_PDF_Flyer_A4

Comments

1 thought on “PDC at Rocklyn’s Ashram”

  1. Pingback: Rocklyn Ashram Permaculture Design Course » Holmgren Permaculture Design for Sustainable Living

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Other News

Essential Bushfire Safety Tips – 3rd Edition

Bushfire has been a recurring theme in my work over nearly four decades and a central concern for anyone involved in permaculture design, teaching and practice in rural Australia, especially the south east of the continent, which has the dubious title of being the most bushfire prone region in the world.

Read More »

People’s Choice Online Vote is now open

The portrait of David Holmgren, painted by Eugene von Nagy, was a finalist in The Lester Prize, the third largest portrait prize in Australia, after the Moran and Archibald. Voting is now open for the People’s Choice Online Vote.

Read More »

Pandemic Brooding translated into French

David’s latest writing, “Pandemic Brooding: Can the Permaculture movement survive the first severe test of the energy descent future?” has now been translated into French, which you can download as a PDF at the top of this page: https://holmgren.com.au/writing/pandemic-brooding/

Read More »
Scroll to Top