8-week Permaculture Internship/ PDC Practicum in PATAGONIA

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    This intensive Permaculture Certification Internship includes over 100 hours of direct instruction. This will come in the form of through lectures, hands-on sessions, and design projects. This practicum will also feature immediate application of acquired skills through participation in the maintenance and management of the Permaculture projects within the 100,000 acres in the legendary mountains of Patagonia. Project development will include organic gardening, food preservation, seed saving, and natural building in conjunction with receiving the core curriculum and beyond of a 72 hour Permaculture Design Course (PDC). Estancia Ranquilco is a world-class eco-tourism destination and a productive ranching operation. For more information on this amazing opportunity CLICK HERE.

    Dates: January 3rd- February 27th, 2012​
     
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    You really should have masks on when you are turning that stuff.
     
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    Not sure if that's dust or merely steam from the pile.
     
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    its steam as the pile must be kept quite moist in the mediterranean climates for proper composting. The pile was nearly 70 degrees and was an early morning before class at our latest PDC in Portugal. Fun picture though.
     

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