Certified full Permaculture Design Course on Tinos Island, Greece

(PDC) Permaculture Design Course
Summary information

Tinos Ecolodge will host its fifth PDC this summer, welcoming back Peter Cow from England and Bram van Overbeeke who lives in Greece. Peter and Bram will combine their skills from both Northern and Southern ecosystems and climatic conditions and will put emphasis on Social permaculture as well as land and building design, with lots of hands on and practicals during the course.
We will go deep into the patterns of Permaculture design, and how they can be applied to so many situations and applications all around the world, with the key focus on helping you to think like a 'ecosystem' designer wherever you are, whatever you are doing.
Nikos from Tinos Ecolodge will also share his hands-on experience of building the ecolodge and designing the energy, water, plant and waste systems. We will have the rare opportunity to discuss and elaborate on Nikos’ and Marilia’s choices on different aspects of their project, and reflect on the challenges, opportunities and limitations.
This PDC is fully certified by the Permaculture Association (Britain). The course will be taught in English.
You can read more about the course content here - http://www.tinosecolodge.gr/course-outline/

Booking and further information
Telephone number: 
0030 6974467611
Address: 
Potamia,
Cost: 
€620 tents, €780 houses. Offer for Greeks in tents - €530
Contact name: 
Marilia Kalouli
Lead teacher info
Profile: 
Dates and times
More dates and times information: 
The course starts on Friday 18th afternoon, and finishes late on the 1st October, with departures on the 2nd October.
18 September 2020 to 2 October 2020
Teachers
Bram van Overbeeke and Nikos Bedau
Venue information
Apprentice Teachers
Teacher apprentices: 
No apprentice teacher places available on this course.

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