Permaculture Design Course Full Scholarship Available!!

Jun 27, 2016

Permaculture Design Course (PDC) that’s running from Jan 21 – Feb 3, 2017 in southern Tasmania. Yeah! Fieldtrips1 This includes full catering and two weeks of deep permaculture design learning with an amazingly experienced and passionate teaching team (accomodation is free camping on site (byo gear)). You can read all about the course, see the schedule and more here.  This PDC is being lead by Hannah Moloney with *special* guest, Nick Ritar form Milkwood plus highly talented and skilled local guest teachers. Untitled design (8) We give plenty of time for folks to apply for this scholarship and will be accepting applicants up until December 1st, 2016. To apply, simply email Hannah at hello@toniag3.sg-host.com addressing the following three points.

  1. A little bit about your background (100-200 words).
  2. You need to not be able to financially afford this course, we prioritise giving these places to people who genuinely cannot find the funds to access this educational experience.
  3. How this new knowledge and experience will benefit you *and* your community/work place and/or project.

Please share this far and wide so it gets to the people who need it most – thanks!

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4 Comments

  1. Ras

    Good day! I am interested to apply for a full scholarship. I am based on the Philippines. I am currently employed, but I don’t see myself doing what I am doing now in the next 5 years.
    I have always been interested in agriculture, and with my desire to live a sustainable life, my resolve to pursue agriculture has never been this strong.

    I hope you can help me.

    Thank you.

    Reply
  2. Rajib Kumar Dutta

    Dear Honorable Authority,

    I am Interested regarding the permaculture of “Good Life Permaculture”. Are you still providing the scholarship for the Permaculture Design Course?
    If yes, then I am willing to apply for it through the above link of previous comment.

    With regards,
    Rajib

    Reply
    • Hannah Moloney

      Hi Rajib, This is for an older PDC. We are offering a scholarship for our upcoming PDC in summer 2019. Go to our courses and event page to see it listed there. You can apply through a lnk on the course page. Cheers.

      Reply

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