Creating Ecological and Resilient Communities through Permaculture Design

Interested in creating ecological designs for communities? Join us this May in Littleton, NH for a permaculture design workshop in one of the oldest historic buildings on the Ammonoosuc River at the Tannery Marketplace in Littleton NH – May 2 – 5.

Led by NH Permaculture Leaders Steve Whitman and Lauren Chase-Rowell and hosted by Stacey Doll of Rooted by Stacey, LLC in partnership with UNH Cooperative Extension. Workshop includes:
• Learning, planning, and designing at the historic Tannery Mill Marketplace – May 2 (evening only) 3, 4, & 5
• Dinner the first evening and lunch and snacks each day (breakfast and dinner on your own or planned with the group).
• Accommodations for overnight stay are available and encouraged at the Tannery or at Stacey Doll’s house. More information will be provided for registrants.
$450.00 includes four days, the orientation and the 3-day design charrette including lunches and snacks and options for accommodations. Includes full charrette guidance and an Advanced PDC diploma
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