Earth User's Guide to Teaching Permaculture: Teacher's NotesPaperback
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- Publisher: Permanent Publications
- Format: Paperback | 168 pages
- Dimensions: 208mm x 274mm x 12mm | 640g
- Publication date: 21 February 2014
- Publication City/Country: East Meon, Hants
- ISBN 10: 1856231453
- ISBN 13: 9781856231459
- Illustrations note: full colour throughout, includes illustrations, includes diagrams
- Sales rank: 72,049
Permaculture Design is a powerful tool for creating systems that meet our human needs but also support the ecosystem as a whole. The standard 72 hour Permaculture Design course (PDC) is taught all over the world. Rosemary Morrow offers evidence for permaculture's effectiveness and describes each unit of the PDC's curriculum. This fully revised and updated edition contains a wealth of technical information for teaching permaculture design and includes new findings in emerging disciplines such as regenerative agriculture. The Earth User's Guide to Permaculture Teacher's Notes is of key relevance to teachers and students of architecture, landscape design, ecology and other disciplines like geography. It leads the reader step-by-step through a recommended course structure, providing a flexible approach which encourages the adaptation of the materials for specific bioregional and cultural conditions. With advice on teaching aids, topic for class discussion, extensive reading lists, this book is bound to be an invaluable friend to the experienced and novice teacher alike.
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Rosemary Morrow is known and revered worldwide for her pragmatic and effective approach to creating permaculture systems across an incredibly broad range of environments. Rosemary has successfully implemented community-scale permaculture systems in such diverse biospheres as Uganda, Somalia, Thailand, the middle East, Bhutan, Australia and northern Europe, to name but a few.