Robyn Francis will be teaching a PDC, Permaculture Aid course and Urban Permaculture seminar in Hong Kong, March-April 2016. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn with one of permaculture’s leading practitioners and trainers.
The training series is being organised by Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden, Sustainable Living and Agriculture Department. The PDC and Permaculture for Sustainable Aid Work (Advanced Course) will be held at the ‘Green Hub’ in Hong Kong’s New Territories, where the heritage site of the Old Tai Po Police Station has been transformed into a ‘Green Hub for Sustainable Living’. Practical sessions will be held at the Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden, where there are established permaculture demonstration gardens.
Robyn Francis has been teaching and consulting internationally for over 30 years, and since 2008 has taught numerous courses and consulted on projects in Taiwan and mainland China. She shares a wealth of experience in tropical systems, both urban and rural, plus first-hand knowledge of current permaculture developments around the world and her work in various parts of Asia since 1986. Robyn’s teaching balances humour and sincerity, practical detail and big-picture thinking, thought-provoking presentations and interactive learning.
All courses will be conducted in English.
Further details and registration click on the links below
• Permaculture Design Course (PDC) March 23 to April 5, 2016 HK $7500 (approx USD$970) plus accommodation
• Permaculture for Sustainable Aid Work (Advanced Course) 8-14 April, 2016 HK$4800 (approx. USD$600) plus accommdation
• Urban Permaculture Systems Seminar with Robyn Francis and guests Wed, April 6, 7-9pm at Hong King Science Museum Lecture Hall