Education Programme

PRI-Kenya offers a professional and comprehensive education programme in permaculture design and related subjects. We offer one and two day introduction to permaculture courses as well as the internationally recognized 72 hour Permaculture Design Certification Course alongside specialized courses on related subjects such as bee-keeping & natural building...Find out more

Community Permaculture Programme

Our Permaculture & Regenerative Enterprise Programme took off in late 2013 and takes an innovative approach to development, combining permaculture and entrepreneurship. We work with local partners ...Find out more

Research Programme

Our new Research Programme links in closely with our Permaculture and Regenerative Enterprise Programme and aims to map the social, environmental as well as economic impact of our model. We want to understand ...Find out more

PRI - Kenya

A Kenyan registered NGO set up in 2011 with the aim of providing an umbrella for permaculture education, projects and research in East Africa.


Our aim is to promote a permaculture whole systems approach to building empowered, climate resilient, healthy and food secure East African communities.


To see a community-led development towards a sustainable future that has the permaculture ethics of care of the earth, care of people and fair distribution of resources at its core.

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Upcoming Courses

Intro to Permaculture in Nairobi Oct 7th

Introduction to Permaculture Certification Course This October 7th! Want to learn about Permaculture as a design tool to create sustainable ...
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Two Week PDC in Laikipia this November 13-24th

PERMACULTURE DESIGN CERTIFICATION COURSE NOVEMBER 13TH – 24TH If you are looking for better health, more knowledge, tools for a ...
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A Boon for Soil, and for the Environment

A Boon for Soil, and for the Environment By BETH GARDINERMAY 17, 2016 from the New York Times At a ...
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A Closer Look at Degenerative vs. Regenerative Agriculture 🌱🌎

Article sourced from Kiss The Ground A Closer Look: Regenerative Agriculture Practices (Part One) Soil health determines plant health, animal ...
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