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I'm going to go check out the website, but I have a question. I am located in the far North (Canada's Yukon Territory): Is the program adaptable enough to be appropriate for my conditions?
 
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Hi Chris,
Yes for sure  its adaptable and applicable. Throughout the course we cover all climate and landscape conditions.
There are advantages and disadvantages to all places in the world.
Good Permaculture design makes the very most of those advantages as well as turning the disadvantages in opportunities for creative design.  No one put it better than Bill when he said " We are surrounded by insurmountable opportunities" and Permaculture is a key to unlock them.
Kind regards Joshua and the Permaculture Kernow team
 
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Hi Chris
In regards to time zones, we are in the UK but are going to be running late courses on the Sundays 14h to 21h BST which I think for you would be 06h to 13h PDT.
Would that work for you?
 
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Honestly, I'm a bit of a grump in the morning since I gave up coffee ;)
But I could probably soldier through.
 
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I'm sure me and the rest of the group will cheer you up, and at least this way you'll have the whole rest of Sunday afternoon to recover from the early start.
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