Get certified in Permaculture in the legendary “valley of longevity” – Vilcabamba, Ecuador in a course that integrates Andino indigenous traditions with the most current trends in Permaculture.
This course is for people who want to learn to design for sustainability, and create integrated holistic designs that produce on-going high yields. For your garden or farm, but also for your non-profit organization, business or social group.
Vilcabamba, Ecuador is a permaculture haven, with world citizens from over 30 countries, this small pueblo is known to inspire actualizing the Permaculture ethics of: Care for the Earth, Care for the people and Share the abundance.
Zia Parker, with 25 years of PC experience ranging from Equatorial Guinea (W. Africa) to the Navajo and Arapaho peoples of North America’s plains and desert, and beyond, is the team coordinator and primary teacher. Together with her husband, Roshni McEldowney, both with their twin careers in sustainable agriculture and human movement expression, will guide us to connect with our senses to the world around us, amplifying our observation skills exponentially.
The teaching team is diverse. Each year the team is different, and includes presenters such as Ecuadorean ecologists, indigenous teachers as well as deeply experienced teachers from the US, Canada and Switzerland.