Kid’s Permaculture Camp!

kidsWe’ll be holding a one week permaculture kid’s day camp this summer from June 16-20 at Moccasin Lake Park. This is our first kid’s activity in Florida and we’re excited.

This will be a weeklong immersion in the magic and beauty of the natural world, in the context of learning permaculture principles. Kids ages 8-12 will experience Coyote Mentoring while learning wilderness skills, how natural systems operate, and permaculture principles, all through action and observation learning in this beautiful 50 acre park.

Activities will include:

Basic tracking skills
Team building
Planting seeds and plants
Native American skills
Observing nature through a variety of fun, active exercises
Designing with nature
Easy wild edibles
Etc

Cost: $75-125

For more information or to register, contact Moccasin Lake Park at: https://www.myclearwater.com/gov/depts/parksrec/summercamp.asp

Enrollment is limited and class is expected to fill up – so register early!

Teachers:

Koreen Brennan – homeschooler and long time educator, Koreen loves taking kids into the woods and sharing the magic of nature. She has done so in the Redwood Forests, Everglades, Colorado Mountains, Sonoran Desert, and in backyards  all over. Koreen uses Coyote Mentoring, action learning, and other immersion learning techniques, and kids love it!

Jayne Cobb – as a Montessori teacher for many years, Jayne understands kids and what gets them excited and motivated. Her kids’ garden is so successful that it is now being replicated in other areas and she has spoken on a national level about educating through nature.

Permaculture in Cuba

Roberto Perez, Cuban permaculturist and spokesperson in the film  The Power of Community will be speaking at two locations in South Florida on August 14 and 15.
Roberto will be sharing some of the successes of permaculture in Cuba. For instance,  Havana has an extremely successful urban agriculture network that feeds more than 1/2 of the people in the city.
Roberto will also speak about the upcoming International Permaculture Convergence in Cuba in November. These events will help raise funds for worthy individuals to attend the convergence.
Born in Havana in 1970, Roberto Perez is the Environmental Education & Biodiversity Conservation Program Director of the Antonio Núñez Jiménez Foundation for Nature and Humanity, the oldest environmental organization in Cuba.  A graduate of the University of Havana with a degree in Biological Sciences, he later did post graduate specialization in Community Based Natural Resources Management at the University of Nova Scotia, Canada.
Roberto has been part of the Cuban Permaculture movement since its introduction in the country in 1993 after the so called “Special Period”, caused by the collapse of the Soviet Union when Cuba lost access to oil, fertilizers, pesticides, and virtually all trading partners that the small island nation depended on to survive, facing economic collapse overnight.  Roberto has traveled extensively presenting Cuba’s approach to sustainable living in the face of declining petroleum and other non-renewable resources.
As part of the Cuban Organizing Group for the upcoming International Permaculture Convergence in November, Roberto is touring the U.S. in support of scholarships for IPC11 attendees from sometimes cash poor, but skill rich countries and USA , wanting to attend and share their work & projects with other Permaculturists from around the world.
Traditionally International Permaculture Convergences take place every 2 years and switch between continents & hemispheres.  Past host sites have been Australia, USA, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Nepal, Croatia, Brazil, Africa & most recently Jordan in the Middle East.

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Grow Permaculture presents:

Roberto Perez, Cuban permaculturist and spokesperson in the film ” The Power of Community” will be speaking at two beautiful locations in South Florida on August 14 and 15.

Roberto will be sharing some of the successes of permaculture in Cuba. For instance,  Havana has an extremely successful urban agriculture network that feeds more than 1/2 of the people in the city.

Roberto will also speak about the upcoming International Permaculture Convergence in Cuba in November. These events will help raise funds for worthy individuals to attend the convergence.

Born in Havana in 1970, Roberto Perez is the Environmental Education & Biodiversity Conservation Program Director of the Antonio Núñez Jiménez Foundation for Nature and Humanity, the oldest environmental organization in Cuba.  A graduate of the University of Havana with a degree in Biological Sciences, he later did post graduate specialization in Community Based Natural Resources Management at the University of Nova Scotia, Canada.

Roberto has been part of the Cuban Permaculture movement since its introduction in the country in 1993 after the so called “Special Period”, caused by the collapse of the Soviet Union when Cuba lost access to oil, fertilizers, pesticides, and virtually all trading partners that the small island nation depended on to survive, facing economic collapse overnight.  Roberto has traveled extensively presenting Cuba’s approach to sustainable living in the face of declining petroleum and other non-renewable resources.

As part of the Cuban Organizing Group for the upcoming International Permaculture Convergence in November, Roberto is touring the U.S. in support of scholarships for IPC11 attendees from sometimes cash poor, but skill rich countries and USA , wanting to attend and share their work & projects with other Permaculturists from around the world.

Traditionally International Permaculture Convergences take place every 2 years and switch between continents & hemispheres.  Past host sites have been Australia, USA, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Nepal, Croatia, Brazil, Africa & most recently Jordan in the Middle East.

Aug 14, 7 PM
Zen Village
zenvillage.org
2570 Main Hwy, Miami
$10-20 sliding scale

Aug 15, 7 PM
Treehugger Organic Farm (a permaculture farm)
https://www.facebook.com/TreeHuggerFarms
1975 S Flamingo Rd, Davie, Fl
$10-20 sliding scale

For more info, write info@growpermaculture.com

Urban Permaculture Design Certificate Course 2013 – Tampa Bay

The course will be taught during 6 weekends over 6 months:
July 13-14,
Aug 10-11,
Sep 21-22,
Oct 19-20,
Nov 16-17,
and Dec 14-15.
Learn to design your life to be regenerative and abundant at the beautiful Moccasin Lake Nature Park in Clearwater FL.
Instructed by Koreen Brennan, designer and teacher.

Welcome to our 2013 Urban Permaculture Design Course!

Urban PDC 2013 - Tampa Bay

We are offering a six month in-depth permaculture design course with career pathways, tools for sustainable living, hands on, apprenticeship potential, field trips, course materials and more. There is still time to get involved!

What is Permaculture Design?

Permaculture is conscious design of sustainable human systems of any size or complexity, from the backyard to watershed and beyond.  In permaculture, we work with nature, rather than against her, to increase abundance and long-term survival potential for humans and for other life forms. Permaculture is the art and design of conscious living for the greater good.

In this course you will learn:

  • Sustainable design techniques
  • Organic gardening
  • Grow more food with less work by working with nature
  • Edible landscape design
  • Soil building
  • Environmental stewardship
  • Greywater and rainwater catchment
  • Bioswale building
  • Food forests
  • Agroforestry and ecoagriculture
  • Aquaculture
  • Composting and vermicomposting
  • Alternative pest management
  • Urban, suburban and rural sustainable living strategies
  • Natural Building
  • Retrofitting the urban environment – your home, your community
  • Best forms of sustainable energy
  • Appropriate technology
  • Successful careers in permaculture
  • Sustainable economics
  • Intentional communities
  • Community building
  • Regional/Local Community Revitalization
  • and more

Over 100 hours of instruction to receive an internationally recognized Permaculture Design Certificate. This course exceeds the requirements laid out by Bill Mollison for a 72 hour permaculture design certificate course.


Further, we offer optional field trips and/or project based activities on alternative weekends, in addition to the hands on, community building, teamwork, fieldwork, and other instruction during the course. The extra weekend schedules will be posted soon so you can mark your calendars. There will also be hands on apprenticeship design opportunities available while the course is ongoing. Career counseling and business building opportunities are also available. We want you to be successful using regenerative design.
Because the vast majority of people live in urban or suburban environments currently, our focus is on urban and suburban solutions. We are excited about the potential of all forms of permaculture in an urban environment. We are also versed in permaculture techniques for acreage and offer a well rounded course with an emphasis on urban solutions.
One of the things that many of our graduates say they love about the course is the connections they make; we believe that is an important part of a live Permaculture Design Course and so we work to create opportunities for creating beneficial connections, not just with course students but with the broader community as part of the course structure.

Course dates:

  • July 13-14, 2013
  • Aug 10-11, 2013
  • Sep 21-22, 2013
  • Oct 19-20, 2013
  • Nov 16-17, 2013
  • Dec 14-15, 2013

Note: If you missed our July session, we have another class on July 28, plus on line materials, that will allow you to join this course on August 10th.

Course Location:

Moccasin Lake Nature Preserve
2750 Park Trail Lane
Clearwater, FL 33755

Who Takes This Permaculture Design Course?

  • Artists
  • Do it yourselfers
  • Educators – homeschool, teachers, professors
  • Gardeners
  • Green architects/builders
  • Green consultants
  • Homesteaders
  • Landscapers
  • Natural health practitioners
  • Non-profit/community organizers
  • People who care about the earth and each other
  • People who love healthy food
  • Permaculturists
  • Policy makers
  • Professionals (of many types)
  • Recent college graduates
  • Students
  • Urban and rural farmers
  • Vegans and people interested in, raw food, slow food, and/or local food
  • Yoga practitioners

Course Prices

  • $1100 – Full Price
  • Payment plan available
To register, type in the appropriate dollar amount and click the PayPal button “Buy Now” on the right hand side of this web page under Purchase Courses.

For more information, payment plans, or work-study info, contact Cathy at 727-495-6145 or or email info@growpermaculture.com

We also accept time bank hours – for more info ask the Tampa Bay Time Bank

Limited seating: a non-refundable deposit ($200) will hold your seat for the full class.

Through the entire course, you will receive over 100 hours of instruction, however, for this course, 72 hours -in the course room – are required to qualify for a Permaculture Design Certificate. Any missed class will be available online for you to catch up in case you cannot attend one of the weekends.

Deposits and payments are non-refundable and will be applied toward future courses and/or services only.

Course Instructors:

Koreen Brennan – owner at Grow Permaculture – is the lead instructor for this course. Click here to see her bio.

Koreen will be assisted by the following guest experts and teachers:
  • Robert Kluson, Extension Service – soil scientist specializing in sustainable food production in Florida soils, will take us on a journey into the earth
  • Jungle Jay, archeologist, permaculture designer, adventurer, inventor and artist will take us on a hands on appropriate technology journey
  • Bryan Roberts, green builder and designer extraordinaire will share his amazing and creative solutions for retrofitting the urban environment
  • Marie Nelson, PhD, financial permaculture expert will share powerful economic tools of permaculture
Reminder: To register, type in the appropriate dollar amount and click the PayPal button “Buy Now” on the right hand side of this web page under “Purchase Courses”.

Testimonials:

“This course changed my life forever. It changed the way I look at everything, and gave me tools to address problems I thought had no solutions. It reinvigorated my connection to, respect for and love of the natural world and increased my understanding of it tremendously. It made me feel powerful and able to change things rather than helpless or apathetic. It gave me hope again, a renewed purpose for life and so many tools that I never dreamed existed! It brought back magic to my life, lightness, and fun!”

“Realization: Permaculture is a thought process that can be applied to all systems.”

“This course is the most exciting one I’ve ever attended because it’s all about finding solutions and connecting people together.”

“I found this course to be very intense and comprehensive. At first it was a bit overwhelming but the key points were repeated over and over as the course progressed. About half way thru the pieces started to fit together. Then we got lots of real universe examples of existing permaculture famrs and installations. Discussion made me start to think about application and discern the successful from the less or non-successful.”

“The comprehensive dovetailing of skills, data and disciplines which then got used to create a design came together so beautifully – I know I can do this now.
It’s like a giant puzzle that you work and work till all the pieces fit . It changed my thinking and made me so much more aware. I believe that I am more responsible, aware and empowered from knowing what I now know.  And there’s hope for the future.
I also feel I have met my GROUP!  The friendships and contacts I’ve made on this course will be for a lifetime. “

“I’ve had my permaculture friends tell me this course changed their life. I never understood why, or what the fuss was about, until I did the course myself. It is a paradigm shift to a much nicer and better paradigm. Don’t hesitate to do this course!”

“I would highly recommend this course, taught by Koreen and her associates to anyone who has great concern for the future of this planet and the destructive path it is on.”

“Permaculture is the solution we have all been waiting for. As permaculturists, “We are the ones we have been waiting for” to save ourselves from ourselves. Koreen is incredibly knowledgeable and has experienced many areas of the world first hand.
If you have been feeling at a loss and discouraged this is your last chance to educate yourself as if the earth herself were revealing her deepest secrets on how you can help her.
This is what permaculture is.
Grow Permaculture far exceeded my expectations, even after years of experience working with organic gardening methods already.”

“I really enjoyed the whole PDC experience. I knew I would, but it was even better than I had thought. I loved the detailed theoretical classes in which I learned how to build soil, how to make it faster than it would happen naturally, how plants benefit each other. I also liked the hands on experiences a lot, it made many concepts so much clearer. I enjoyed the teacher’s methods, and the warmth of the teachers’ helpers. It was a learning experience in every single level not to mention a great opportunity to meet nice people and grow.  Thanks!!!”


Grow Permaculture is a professional permaculture design organization that does consulting, design work, and education for a variety of projects. We partner in a cooperative permaculture nursery, and with an arborist who specializes in saving trees. We create guilds with community, business and other human elements as well as with trees. We are active with the Sustainable Urban Agriculture Project in St. Petersburg, and also engaged in major volunteer projects such as permaculture systems at Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota, a children’s food forest in St Petersburg, community gardens, and were extensively involved in disaster permaculture efforts after the Haiti earthquake.  We feel fortunate to have the opportunity to co-create an intentional community and weave beneficial connection into the fabric of everything, regenerating human culture and the natural world in the process.

Fall 2012 Urban Permaculture Design Course, Tampa Bay

Permaculture design works with nature to create abundance for all living things. Permaculture principles and techniques cover a wide variety of topics, all of which are covered in this course. You will learn:

  • Natural building techniques for Florida – cob, straw bale, yurt, earthship, do it youself, and others
  • Alternative energy choices – geothermal, solar, wind, hydrogen, which is best and why
  • Successful organic gardening in Florida soils
  • Urban homesteading and survival skills
  • Creating a backyard forest garden
  • All about edible weeds, using worms for fertility, medicinal herbs, healthy food, compost, mulch, getting high production fruit trees, perennial vegetables, and aquaculture
  • How to design naturally while strategically managing resources- all in an organic way, so it becomes a part of your thinking
  • Sustainable economics – how to create resiliency, fairness, and abundance through working with nature – cutting edge business models for stable, long term economic health
  • How to work with nature to create abundance for all living things
  • Regenerative permaculture communities – creating abundance through cooperation

This course offers a Provisional Permaculture Design Certificate. Whether you want to change your personal environment or embark on an exciting career, this course will give you a chance to see permaculture design in action, get hands on experience, and get feedback from experienced designers
on tough design problems.

Seven Weekends – 15 September through 18 November

Moccasin Lake Nature Park, Clearwater, Florida

All Weekends: $1050. Or purchase each separately for $190.

Weekends four and seven are $125 and $100 respectively.

Register today. Call Bob Lawrason at 727-831-5832

Seating is limited and we expect to fill to capacity, so register early.

For more info, call Bob Lawrason or email him at bob@growpermaculture.com

To pay online, use PayPal button in the right column.

Your registration form will be sent to you.

Permaculture Design Course Curriculum

Weekend One

Permaculture principles and design

September 15 & 16, 2012. 9AM to 5 PM

  • Learn to work with nature, instead of against her.
  • Learn to apply natural permaculture design in any setting or circumstance.
  • Recognize and use the patterns of nature to increase abundance.
  • You will be able to immediately apply these permaculture principles to your life to increase abundance and quality of life.
  • Learn what permaculture is and what it can do for your life and your community.

The first morning of this course is FREE!

To register for this or all weekends, call Bob Lawrason at 727-831-5832

Weekend Two

Secrets of the natural world – energy patterns of trees, water, land

September 22 & 23, 2012. 9 AM – 5 PM

  • How to bring the magic of nature into every aspect of an urban environment through conscious design.
  • Think like an ecosystem
  • Capturing water and sustainable water use
  • The transactions of trees – mimic the powerful energy transactions of trees in your design
  • The secrets of soils – how to grow lush, healthy plants anywhere

To register for this or all weekends, call Bob Lawrason at 727-831-5832

Weekend Three

Growing food sustainably and abundantly.

Work with nature instead of against her to create abundant organic gardens and “food forests” that need little work to maintain.

October 6 & 7, 2012. 9 AM – 5 PM

  • How to grow food in Florida, the easy way, from seed to harvest
  • Jumpstarting a food supply – feed yourself within one season
  • Integrated pest management (organic)
  • How to build a Florida friendly forest garden – plant lists, guilds, step by step, free resources, propagation and more
  • Container gardening, aquaculture, community gardening, sustainable urban farming, sustainable agriculture, making a living by growing food.

To register for this or all weekends, call Bob Lawrason at 727-831-5832

Weekend Four

Optional – Field Trips and Hands-On Activities

See what is going on locally that will impact our future

and define careers and purpose.

October 13 & 14 2012. 9 AM – 5 PM

  • Get into the garden and plant stuff!
  • See examples of permaculture in action.
  • See “green” buildings, organic farms, etc, and get feedback from experts on how to improve on it. Permaculture will take you beyond the ordinary!

To register for this or all weekends, call Bob Lawrason at 727-831-5832

Weekend Five

The built environment and appropriate technology, financial permaculture

October 27 & 28, 2012. 9 AM – 5 PM

  • Learn to retrofit your built environment to reduce costs
  • and help the environment
  • Learn about cutting edge “green building” and how to solve problems of the built environment yourself with creative, low cost or no cost solutions.
  • Natural building techniques
  • Alternative energy and technology
  • Basic cob building – hands on workshop
  • Creating a regenerative local economy
  • Alternative approaches to creating abundance – how and why do time banks, local currencies, etc, work?

To register for this or all weekends, call Bob Lawrason at 727-831-5832

Weekend Six

Urban Permaculture

Special guest speaker, Toby Hemenway, Author of Gaia’s Garden.

November 3 & 4, 2012. 9 AM – 5 PM

  • Forest garden design and use – get your questions answered.
  • Social, economic and energy aspects of city and town life – practical solutions that work.
  • Urban food, water and land issues and how to solve them.
  • Visible and invisible structure design for the specific challenges in cities and towns.

Toby Hemenway is one of the most experienced urban permaculturists around. We are excited to be able to offer this opportunity to our students. See Toby’s bio at: http://www.patternliteracy.com/biography-for-toby-hemenway

To register for this or all weekends, call Bob Lawrason at 727-831-5832

Weekend Seven

Saturday: The power of community!

November 17 & 18, 2012. 9 AM – 5 PM

Creating community is rewarding and efficient. Learn simple techniques to create or participate in intentional community, co-housing, community gardening, and positive activism and, for artists, Artivism!

Sunday:  Students will present their final designs.

To register for this or all weekends, call Bob Lawrason at 727-831-5832

Permaculture Design Course Instructors

  • Lead instructor: Koreen Brennan (see bio at: http://www.permacultureguild.us/links/)
  • Special Guest: Toby Hemenway, Nov 3-4. http://www.patternliteracy.com/biography-for-toby-hemenway
  • Other Special Guest Speakers:
    Robert Kluson, Soil Scientist
    Marie Nelson, PhD, Financial Permaculture
  • Bill Bilodeau, The St. Petersburg Permaculture Guild
    “Jungle Jay”, Appropriate Technology
  • and many more illuminaries!

Special Deals!

Refer a friend, and get 10% share once they complete payment.

Student and senior rates, sliding scale and work study rates available.

Payment plans also available. Includes materials, field trip fees, etc.

To register, call Bob Lawrason at 727-831-5832

Why Take Our Fall Permaculture Design Course?

Permaculture is short for permanent agriculture or permanent culture. By cooperating with nature and her energies, we are able to design human systems to be more abundant, more long lasting, more ethical, healthier for all life in the system, and more enjoyable. It is a cutting edge approach to living that helps both people and the environment.

This is the comprehensive internationally recognized 72 hour Permaculture Design Certification course, based on Bill Mollison’s work. Permaculture design offers regenerative techniques, tools and design principles to enable you to live abundantly while caring for the environment and the people around you. Working with nature allows you to grow food with less work and expense, create stronger economic networks, and increase your overall quality of life, while using less, and creating less pollution.

This fall’s course is the most comprehensive and intensive line up we’ve ever offered. Our choice of expert speakers, field trips, focused hands on activities (that give you step by step real skill sets), well-organized written materials, and design tools are the result of feedback from dozens of students from previous courses. We welcome feedback, and we respond to it. We apply Permaculture Principles #4 – Accept feedback and apply self-regulation.

Systems (whether homes, work places, gardens, farms, communities, local economies, or cities) that are designed with permaculture principles and techniques use resources in a regenerative way, ensuring that we, our children and our grandchildren will have access to all the resources they need.

Here’s what our graduates say:

“This course changed my life forever. It changed the way I look at everything, and gave me tools to address problems I thought had no solutions. It reinvigorated my connection to, respect for and love of the natural world and increased my understanding of it tremendously. It made me feel powerful and able to change things rather than helpless or apathetic. It gave me hope again, a renewed purpose for life and so many tools that I never dreamed existed! It brought back magic to my life, lightness, and fun!”

“Realization: Permaculture is a thought process that can be applied to all systems.”

“This course is the most exciting one I’ve ever attended because it’s all about finding solutions and connecting people together.”

“Hold on to your shorts! The wave of the future is upon us! Everyone should be exposed to permaculture. It’s the only way to live!”

“I’ve had my permaculture friends tell me this course changed their life. I never understood why, or what the fuss was about, until I did the course myself. It is a paradigm shift to a much nicer and better paradigm. Don’t hesitate to do this course!”

“This course rebooted my life. I am no longer bluescreening, but ready to connect further.”

Who Takes This Permaculture Design Course?

  • Artists
  • Do it yourselfers
  • Educators – homeschool, teachers, professors
  • Gardeners
  • Green architects/builders
  • Green consultants
  • Homesteaders
  • Landscapers
  • Natural health practitioners
  • Non-profit/community organizers
  • People who care about the earth and each other
  • People who love healthy food
  • Permaculturists
  • Policy makers
  • Professionals (of many types)
  • Recent college graduates
  • Students
  • Urban and rural farmers
  • Vegan, raw food, slow food, and/or local food
  • Yoga practitioners

Permaculture Design Course

Moccasin Lake Nature Park
2750 Park Trail Lane
Clearwater, FL 33759

727-793-2976

Saturdays and Sundays

Seven Weekends

Beginning on September 15, ending November 18, 2012

9 AM to 5 PM

To register for entire course or individual weekends

Call Bob Lawrason, 727-831-5832

Mocassin Lake

We are excited to be partnering with Moccasin Lake Nature Park, a 50 acre wild reserve in the heart of the most populated county on the East Coast – Pinellas – for our early 2012 series of courses and workshops. The park offers many opportunities to learn from the natural world as well as some exciting permaculture design potential. We couldn’t ask for a better place to facilitate permaculture education.

The park has already implemented a number of aspects of sustainability with off grid capacity, including solar panels, compost toilets and a windmill to pump water from well. Location:

2750 Park Trail Lane  Clearwater, FL 33759

(727) 793-2976

Moccasin Lake Water Tower

There is a lot of future potential, as well with plans for food production, including a food forest, aquaculture, native edibles, and more. An immediate neighbor is a watershed to the bay, providing a beautiful place to enjoy lunch while observing water systems. The classroom is climate controlled and includes a refrigerator and microwave; there is a learning center and museum that illustrates the local ecosystems and wildlife. We feel the rich and diverse environment of Moccasin Lake Nature Park is the perfect place to learn permaculture.

1 & 1/4 mile of natural and board walked trails

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3-acre watershed restoration area
3 natural gas grills
5-acre lake
51-acre nature preserve
ADA-accessible facility
Administrative office on-site
Bird walks, bird-watching tours and workshops
Captive, permanently injured, non-releasable wildlife
Children’s nature camps
Composting and conventional restroom facilities
Environmental agency meeting site for:
Clearwater Audubon
Suncoast Herpatological Society
Suncoast Sierra Club
Environmental programs and classes
Fabrication workshop
Fireside concert series
Free recycled mulch and wood chips
Gift counter
Guided tours and group hikes
Interactive educational displays
Live wildlife exhibits including:
Aquatic wildlife
Birds of prey
Butterfly garden
Plants, native plants, and poisonous plants displays

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Reptiles & amphibians

Bob named this guy Willie

Bob named this guy Willie

Song bird aviary
Multi-use classroom and meeting hall
Native wildlife, fauna, and flora along the trails, including American Alligators, Great Egrets, Green Anoles, Ospreys and butterflies
Nature interpretive center
Night hikes
On-site and off-site presentations
Photo voltaic and alternative energy displays and exhibits
Picnic pavilion / shelters
Renewable energy systems
Rental facilities
Scouting badge workshops
Scouting Eagle and Gold projects welcome
Static displays
Volunteer opportunities and training
Water fountains
Drink vending machine on site
Wildlife, plant and energy exhibits

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MUCH MORE!

Course Outline for Six Weekend PDC

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