In regards to the Permaculture classes in Seattle, as a Permaculture
graduate, since Permaculture is very climate specific, taking classes in
where you live, wherever that may be, would probably yield the best results.
LaVerne A. Williams, AIA
Environment Associates, Architects & Consultants
5828 Langfield Road
Houston, TX 77092-1429
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ristroph" <ris@...>
To: "HREG" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2002 9:47 AM
Subject: [hreg] Info about Permaculture classes
> I was very glad to get the information about the classes on
> Permaculture in Seattle, even though I will not be able to attend.
> I forwarded the email to friends who are interested in developing
> a curriculum for some courses in this area.
> Actually there are several Permaculture Centers in this area and
> I think the Animal Farm Permaculture Center in Cat Springs has
> a week-long course, and several options for shorter courses. There
> is a hay bale pavillon there, solar power applications, extensive
> organic gardens, and other types of space-efficient food production.
> Sharing information and demonstrating renewable resource use
> is what we are all about!
> Thanks. -- Marie
> Marie Gibbens Ristroph
> Spring Creek Watershed Initiative
> 33819 Cripple Creek Road
> Pinehurst, Texas 77362
> (281) 356-7397
> cell (281) 467-4255
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