What is permaculture?
"Permaculture is an ethical system of design which reintegrates humans with the natural world." - Rhonda Baird
Permaculture is a design system which cuts across world views. It's a network of people dedicated to a resilient world. It's grounded in earth repair, care of people (including you!), and sharing the abundance while turning away from economic and social manipulation.
Get a new perspective
Learn to see the world in a new way…
Whether you are interested in taking a Permaculture Design Course or a workshop on a topic related to healing the earth and its communities, a little support can go a long way.
We facilitate learning, and we have for hundreds of people.
Make it Do-able
Information is not the same as experience and guidance. We are experienced at demystifying the concepts and helping people see how all the moving parts fit together in a do-able plan. Through our courses, people gain the confidence.
Sometimes you just want a bit of support after your permaculture design course. Or you would like to learn more about permaculture in a supportive, one-on-one environment suited to your interests and needs. I (Rhonda Baird) have worked with permaculture education and had my own design practice for more than a decade. In that time I’ve connected with teachers and programs all over North America; and I find that I enjoy this kind of connection and support.
This is so fun! I love how I see the world now! Instead of focusing on all the problems, I'm looking at what I want and how that works with nature and builds a better society.
What Rhonda brings to the course is so valuable. More of that!
Upcoming Education Events
Effective Decision Making
Explore key skills in helping your group or project be more effective and fun in making decisions together.
March 1, 6:30 pm, online
Available upon request.
Permaculture Design Course
Our 2022 permaculture design course will be both online and in-person.
Reading the Landscape
Join us for a wander through the landscape to explore flora, fauna, skills in seeing what is there. Bring your own food and perhaps we'll enjoy a fire as well.
Next event: April 30.