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Regenerative Land Management | Year 1 of 2 | Advanced Permaculture Program

February 24 - December 31

$1150 – $2700

Create a meaningful livelihood restoring land and revitalizing community.

Our new long-term program is designed as a path for you to develop and activate the skills, experience and confidence needed to run a farm, ranch, retreat center or urban farm in ways that heal damaged ecosystems and sequester carbon.

Why? 

Regenerative Farmers are the new earth healers! To prevent global catastrophe due to climate change, we need to both stop emitting carbon, and pull it out of the atmosphere. The best way to do that is by regenerating living systems, using trees and plants to change that carbon into wood and food and humus and soil.  This is exactly what permaculture farms are designed to do!

Join twenty year permaculture teacher Starhawk & long time co-educator Charles Williams for this comprehensive & transformational new two year Regenerative Land Management Diploma Program! Advance your permaculture skills as you learn how to manage life giving systems. We are proud to offer this RLM Diploma in partnership with the Permaculture Institute of North America. 

The opportunity…

Half the farmland in North America is due to change hands in the next two decades as farmers age out.

It is vital that we get that land into the hands of those who know how to manage it in ways that contribute to global healing!!

We’ve designed this program to advance your permaculture practice and provide you with the deep and comprehensive training needed to apply these regenerative skills in your life! Whether caring for the land, building urban gardens, or decolonizing the farmlands of America, the RLM Diploma will fully prepare you to take on any Regenerative Land Management project successfully!

 

Learn More and Register for Year 1 of the Regenerative Land Management Program

Organizer

Earth Activist Training (US)
Email:
earthactivisttraining@gmail.com
Website:
http://earthactivisttraining.org

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