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July 22nd through August 4th

Costs from $300-1800.

You and yours can attend 1 day, 1 section or the whole course. In fact, you can pick 5 days to come and they can be spread out anyway you like. We are trying to meet our students needs in both time and cost commitments. If you have the inclination, contact us: 734.709.1176

This course is about to be epic! Time banking, Urban Community Center building, food forests, mushroom remediation, at the corner of MLK and Grand River in Detroit! You really cannot beat this price we are offering either. A full, certified PDC, taught by 2 excellent teachers Larry Santoyo and Keith Johnson at $300-1800 combined with Time Bank/Work Trade informal/semi formal economies. We wanted to plant the seeds of permaculture design within the city of Detroit and help co-create a beautiful template for the Urban setting. Detroit is the world's premier Post-Industrial site for demonstrating a way out of this mess we have about us.

Thank you Paul Wheaton and all the great posters at for your great work! You are an inspiration to us all. Please share this with interested individuals in your life. Thanks again.

What other cities need Urban Community Centers based on permaculture design?
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