Last Saturday I had the great opportunity (again) to teach “growing food in small spaces/permaculture 101” at UBC-Farm School of Sustainable Food Systems.
It was a gorgeous day and even when my health has been playing games for a while, the sun and the place were enough to fill me with the joy of sharing my passion for these topics with almost 30 people.
In the last few years, I’ve been involved in community resilience by teaching emergency preparedness, disaster planning and food sovereignty in different places, from private invitations to community agencies and in the beautiful farm of the UBC School of Sustainable Food Systems.
I hope more opportunities emerge to make this a consistent offering along with my upcoming series based in permaculture, ecopsychology and my many years of experience as a career coach and facilitator: “Ethical Pathways: how to create an ethical, resilient and regenerative livelihood”
In the meantime, if you want to learn more about permaculture at your own pace and without travelling far (saving CO2!), even if you already have a PDC but want to go deeper and explore beyond the usual gardening/farming framework (while still keeping the core of the classic PDC), I invite you to check the upcoming online PDC, put together by 40+ amazing women in permaculture. All of the teachers have years of experience, many have written books, are running a business and have years of experience teaching permaculture and related topics. You won’t be alone with your computer!: You will be part of a global community through a forum and will have all of us to support you. The key element is that you can replay the classes and have lifetime access. You can pair with others from your community to implement the design and projects and at the end, you’ll get a recognized certificate.
Check it out here: https://coursecraft.net/courses/z9Thn/a/cpmYFEtT4
For those of you who attended any of my past workshops on food sovereignty/permaculture, I have handouts available if you contact me and let me know what workshop you attended.
For those of you who may want a workshop or a 1-1 consultation, contact me and let me know how I can support you.