Introduction to Permaculture with Dr. Bill Roley
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The Introduction to Permaculture class will be an overview of permaculture design, using the five fingers of permaculture: combining food, waste, water, energy and shelter into a full circle solution for environmental health.
Dr. Roley will show case studies of village design and use hands-on exercises to illustrate these principles. A potluck meal will be shared for lunch.
Dr. Bill Roley is the director of the Permaculture Institute of Southern California. He is an applied ecologist, environmental instructor and consultant. He designs strategies to improve sustainable resources for homes, organizations, governments and business. He combines the disciplines of anthropology, biology, architecture, engineering, agriculture, and ecology to address modern challenges of providing for human needs while maintaining ecosystem health. He has consulted and presented internationally on how to incorporate these multifaceted concepts into working sustainable systems. His courses at universities and colleges link the social and environmental sciences into an integrated pattern. His teaching and design work at the John Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies at California Polytechnic University is a graphic example of this interdisciplinary work. He heads up the Ecological Restoration certificate program at Saddleback College and teaches biology at Soka University.
This class is limited to 30 people. Address informationn will be provided upon ticket purchase.
Home of Dr. Bill Roley
Laguna Beach, CA 92651