Champagne Permaculture Design

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John Champagne relaxing in the party plant at Brogo Permaculture Gardens – The Champagne PDC includes two full days of site tours showcasing some of the best Permaculture Designs in South East NSW
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Worms and composting
Bruce Davidson teaching the soils part of The Champagne Permaculture Design Course at The Crossing
Bruce Davidson teaching the soils part of The Champagne Permaculture Design Course at The Crossing

A Champagne Permaculture Design Course is held at The Crossing every Easter school holidays.

Permaculture is all about smart and efficient or sustainable design.  Much thought is given to placement of elements in a permaculture design in order to generate maximum functionality.

Permaculture helps you achieve sustainable energy and resource use within your immediate environment and your bioregion.

As well as helping you design your your house, your garden and your business, permaculture can also help you design your life.  Australian Ethical Superannuation and Transition Towns are examples of social design ideas that have grown from Permaculture Design Courses.

Permaculture is also about conservation.  Everyone needs wild spaces to grow up in.  The zones of a good permaculture design also include a wild zone.

In 2016 John Champagne will again coordinate a two week course (PDC) at The Crossing along with other teachers including: Callum Champagne, Phil Gall, Aaron Sorenson, Dan Deighton, Julie Davies, Bruce Davidson, Kathleen McCann and Dean Turner.

The 13 day Crossing Champagne PDC for 2016 starts just before Term 1 school holidays on Thursday 7 April, and it has a middle rest day.

For more info see Champagne PDC Info

For bookings go to Champagne PDC Bookings