72-Hour Permaculture Design Course @ The Balkan Retreat, Serbia

Full Permaculture Design Course (PDC)
Summary information

About the course:
In a standard 72-hour PDC course, you will find practical knowledge, design, group work in a permaculture garden, socialising and delicious home-made organic food.

With renowned Croatian permaculture designer and teacher, Karmela Kiš, we will be hosting our second full Permaculture Design Course at the Balkan Retreat, in Serbia. Join us if you want to be part of the beginnings of a new project, rooted in a rural, village community at the borders of a hilly, forested National Park.

The syllabus will cover the following areas:
Permaculture ethics and approach to challenges
Principles of Natural Systems
Sustainable Design Methodologies
Patterns in Nature, Culture and Society
Reading the Land & Understanding Natural Processes
Large Scale Land Restoration Techniques
Water Harvesting Techniques
Design Principles of Sustainable Human Settlements
Grey Water Recycling
Natural Building Strategies
Cultivated & Productive Ecologies
Food Forests, Plant Guilds, Gardens for Self-Sufficiency
Energy Conservation Technologies
Appropriate Technologies and Renewable Energies
Urban Environment Permaculture
Wildlife Management and Biological Pest Control
Invisible Structures: People, Community, Economics, Eco Villages
Community Supported Agriculture

For more detailed information about the course, location and Karmela, please take a look at our website: https://www.balkan-retreat.com/events/permaculture-design-certificate-pd...
 

Booking and further information
Telephone number
+44-7771-787-658/+381-65-413-7677
Address
Zike Begojevica 31, Besenovacki Prnjavor, 22212 Besenovo, Serbia
Website
http://www.balkan-retreat.com
Email
[email protected]
Cost
€460/€500/€520/€640
Contact name
Vivien von Abendorff
Dates and times
19 September 2019 to 26 September 2019
Teachers
Karmela Kiš
Venue information
The Balkan Retreat

The Balkan Retreat is a one-acre permaculture home and garden in the early stages of development. The Balkan Retreat combines a small-holding with seasonal tourism and cultural projects. It offers an Air BnB room, hostel, mini-camp site, and organised retreats, programmes and events. A healthy, simple and homely environment situated in the tiny village of Bešenovački Prnjavor on the southern slopes of the Fruška Gora National Park, a gently hilly, forested oasis in North-Eastern Serbia.

http://www.balkan-retreat.com