Introductory Module

old_chook_n_chicksThank you for your enrolment.  We are honoured to have you with us.

Here are the chapters for the Introductory Module of our Permaculture Design Course.

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Introduction To Permaculture -
Permaculture  Ethics and Principles 5 Topics:

1-1-About the Course -  Orientation File
1-2-Ethics
1-3-Natural Systems and Design
1-4-Recycling
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1-5-Cultivated
Ecology

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