Open Talk with Warren Brush in Nairobi 30 Jan!


 Important event coming up Tuesday 30th!

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In just eight short months, one of the most dynamic PDCs you will likely ever have the opportunity to attend, will take place in East Africa for theFI
RST time ever! Led by Warren Brush and other top Permaculture practioners from all over East Africa and beyond! Between them they have a wealth of people- and planet-saving knowledge to share! All this happening in September!!

This will be the first ever PDC for International Development & Humanitarian Programming at the Galana Wildlife Conservancy!

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Tuesday 30th event at Connect Coffee Roasters:

•••To mark this, PRI Kenya is hosting the FIRST public open talk with Warren Brush on Tuesday Jan 30th in Nairobi at the Connect Coffee Roasters and Cafe!

RSVP by clicking ‘Subscribe’ at the bottom of the page  and select Open Permaculture talk with Warren Brush from the options. Felister will be in touch with you thereafter with more information.

Join us and hear more about how this course will ultimately equip people working in international development and grassroots projects with the perspectives and skills needed to engage with communities. This is especially an important opportunity us to deepen our connection to the land and its resources. For those in global development, this is a chance to deepen our cross cultural awareness and practices in solidarity.

Read more about the September course here – http://pri-kenya.org/?p=3295

You really don’t want to miss this!

Cost:
PRI Kenya Members pay Ksh 900 and non PRI Kenya members pay Ksh 1150 to attend this talk. You get a free coffee with this payment.

Sign up here and become a member for just an annual sub of Ksh 1000 and enjoy all the benefits –
http://pri-kenya.us4.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=7728b1b09c131c5b68df3b235&id=0439fbe2c3

 

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Location:

From 4:15pm onward at the Connect Coffee Roasters Cafe

The RiverFront G floor, off riverside drive nairobi (0.56 mi)
Nairobi, Kenya P.O.BOX 66010-00800


Warren Brush is a mentor, storyteller, a certified Permaculture designer and teacher, as well as a husband, a father and a grandfather. He has worked for over 25 years in inspiring people of all ages to discover, nurture and express their inherent gifts while living in a sustainable manner. He is co-founder and a tender of Quail Springs Permaculture, Regenerative Earth Enterprises, Sustainable Vocations, Wilderness Youth Project, Casitas Valley Farm and Creamery and his Permaculture design company, True Nature Design.

Warren works extensively in Permaculture education and sustainable systems design in North America, Africa, Middle East, Europe, and Australia. He has devoted many years to mentoring youth and adults to inspire and equip them to live in a sustainable manner with integrity and a hopeful outlook. His mentoring includes working with those who are former child soldiers, orphans, youth, young adults, families and indigenous peoples worldwide. He teaches courses including: Permaculture Design Certification, Permaculture for International Development, Train the Trainer, Consultancy Training, Rainwater Harvesting Systems, Ferro-Cement Tank Building, Spring Rejuvenation, Compost Toilet Systems, Water for Every Farm, Drought Proofing, Earthworks, Ecological Restoration, Cultural Mentoring, Introduction to Permaculture Systems, Food Forestry, and Origins Skills among other offerings.

Warren has taught several courses and has led two International Train the Trainer courses with PRI Kenya since 2011! He is currently teaching a course on Water Harvesting for Food Security Course in Laikipia in one of the most remote areas!

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