PERSONAL AND PLANETARY
How do we intentionally design our lives and landscapes in balance with natural and human cycles to create thriving selves, families, and communities in a vibrant, natural world?
The Vital Cycles Year:
Join us for six, three-day weekends throughout 2020 weaving together
permaculture design and personal ecology on a beautiful permaculture homestead in Soquel, CA. Please contact us at vitalcyclesinfo.com if you have any questions.
Class sessions are Fridays noon to 7 PM, Saturdays 9 AM to 7 PM, and
Sundays 9 AM to 5 PM.
2020 Dates and Topics
February 14-16: Breaking Ground
breath, soil, nourishment, ethics, principles, patterns
April 24-26: Radical Roots
sleep, water, earthworks, seeds, nature, bioremediation, climate
June 5-7: Emergence
movement, agroforestry, trees, communication, plant guilds, awe
August 14-16: Full Flower
creativity, invisible structures, policy, economics, land access
October 9-11: Fruitful Harvest
connection, catastrophe, animals, urban permaculture, energy
December 4-6: Cycle Propagation
healing, homesteading, pruning, planning, design project presentations
TUITION AND REGISTRATION
This is a PINA recognized Permaculture Design Course (PDC) and includes over 40 hours of
additional materials and practice on Personal Ecology through Vital Life Skills.
Before December 31: $1295 / After December 31: $1495
Full-Time Teacher / Student / Elder: $1195 / $1295
Second Person in a Couple / Family: $1195 / $1295
Groups - please inquire at email@example.com
Register for a free Introductory Session or the Complete Vital Cycles Program.
To learn more and hear about upcoming events and trainings contact Anne and Lydia at firstname.lastname@example.org or (831) 288-2090
About the Instructors:
Anne Freiwald, MPH: Passionate personal health and permaculture educator focusing on growing food in small spaces, working for over 25 years with individuals and communities on personal ecology and community resilience.
Lydia Neilsen: PINA certified permaculture educator, landscape and habitat designer, specializing in water cycle restoration and passionate polyculture.