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Grow Permaculture, LLC.
On projects we specialize in bio-regional design through broadscale community, social, ecological, agricultural and financial permaculture.
We work in urban areas, farmland, and in high poverty areas such as Belize, Costa Rica, Brooksville Florida, Pine Ridge reservation and Haiti to bring abundance through permaculture design and implementation.
We deliver the Urban Permaculture Design Course, an Intensive Two Week Permaculture Design Course and specialty permaculture courses including advanced Permaculture Training in many areas. Koreen Brennan has been teaching Permaculture now for 11 years and her students are very active upon completion of their training!
ECHO (Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization)
ECHO is a non-profit organization whose vision is “to bring glory to God and a blessing to mankind by using science and technology to help
the poor.” The web portal contains a wealth of information on small farm tropical agriculture. Our goal is to provide easy access to ECHO documents and other information for those who are working in agricultural development. Follow the links on the left to find ideas for growing food under difficult conditions, to learn about underutilized plants and find out how you can order free trial packets of seed to evaluate these plants in the communities where you work.
Phone: 239-543-3246, ECHO, 17391 Durrance Road, North Fort Myers,
Barking Frogs Permaculture Center
Elfin Permaculture, Yankee Permaculture,
Dan & Cynthia Hemenway, online
Pc Design Courses, books, design/consulting, and more. A list by topic of all Yankee Permaculture titles may be found at http://www.barkingfrogspermaculture.org
Cost: $27.50 for 100 pages of The International Permaculture Solutions Journal
P.O. Box 69, Sparr, FL 32192-0052
Hamilton-Hoke Garden of Even
Tours and intro to permaculture classes. One acre plus near Crescent City, Fl, started in 2017, half way between Jax & Orlando. 386-264-2184
We specialize in bioregional design through broadscale community, social, ecological, agricultural and financial permaculture. We work in urban areas, farmland, and in high poverty areas such as Pine Ridge reservation and Haiti to bring abundance through permaculture design and implementation. We deliver the Urban Permaculture Design Course and specialty permaculture courses.
Edgewater Permaculture Society
650 Roberts Road, Edgewater, FL 32141
2929 G Road, Loxahatchee, FL 33470(561) 784-2413
Created in 2005 by volunteers from the Art of Living Foundation to offer a unique, experience-based approach to sustainable agriculture. Deepening Roots brings together educators in the fields of permaculture, health and wellness, meditation and leadership development to facilitate a four week summer intensive program.
The core curriculum consists of:
1. practical experience working in an existing 2-acre organic garden,
2. workshops in the latest techniques in organic agriculture and permaculture design
3. formal exposure to nutrition and wellness. In addition, interns participate in unique leadership training that develops core competencies in communication, conflict resolution, managing stress and team building. This prepares interns to effectively face the myriad of hallenges of applying the skills and concepts learned during the internship and of promoting sustainable change at a local level.
Andrew Korza, Director, email@example.com 413-537-9915
Established in 1944, the Fruit & Spice Park is a tropical paradise nestled in the heart of the Redland Historic District, just 35 miles south of Miami. Surrounded by thousands of acres of tropical agriculture, the Park is a showcase for South Florida’s agricultural community. Over 500 varieties of exotic fruits, herbs, spices and nuts from throughout the world are found in this lush 30-acre garden. Fruit & Spice Park
now houses both the largest bamboo and banana variety collections in the United States. Spend an hour or a day at the only public garden of its kind in America!
24801 Southwest 187th Avenue,
Homestead, FL 33031-1708
(305) 247-5727 http://www.floridaplants.com/fruitspice.htm