The Permaculture Student 1

Matt Powers

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Get a thorough & professional introduction to Permaculture Design in only a few sittings reading The Permaculture Student 1 set. Following the directions and guides, you can start your own permaculture oasis - no matter your climate or growing situation. 

The Permaculture Student 1 condenses the certification requirements of a standard Permaculture Design Certification course into a reference manual that costs a fraction of an in-person or online permaculture design certification course. You can find The Permaculture Student 1 being used by individuals of all ages and teachers in elementary schools, high schools, and homeschools. It is a reference manual rather than a traditional textbook of units and assignments, so it is easier to use in designing. Colorful, scientifically accurate, and engaging illustrations are found throughout the pages. Written by a professional educator with years of classroom experience and curriculum design with a team of professional reviewers and editors.

SKU 7728. Copyright 2016, softcover, 86 pages.

About the Author 

Matt Powers is an author, educator, seed saver, gardener, and entrepreneur focused on radically transforming the entire K-12 education system through the collegiate system as well as the economy such that it aligns with regenerative science, natural principles, and permaculture ethics: Earth Care, People Care, & Future Care. Matt, a former public high school teacher with a Masters degree in Education, is the author of the first government accredited permaculture curriculum in North America (fully cited, peer-reviewed, & aligned to national standards), and his work continues to spread in schools, colleges, and universities globally with over a dozen books in 6 languages and 9 online courses. Matt is on a mission to empower people everywhere to live more regeneratively. Learn more about Matt at www.ThePermacultureStudent.com

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