2018 Programme


Practical Permaculture Courses


 Two Day Integrated Pest Management Course run by the Laikipia Permaculture Centre (LPC) with Jackson Njiruh

When:  September 20th – 22nd 

Where: Laikipia  Permaculture Centre, Laikipia

Details: A key aim of IPM is to reduce reliance on insecticides as the sole and primary means of pest control. IPM can improve farmer’ profitability while reducing environmental damage and limiting the risk of on-farm pesticide exposure. To control the pests, one needs to make a proper identification of the pests and most importantly know the pest’s biology so as a proper management strategy can be planned. This course will be taught by Permaculture Designer and IPM expert, Jackson Njiruh.   This course is set out over two days in Laikipia in partnership with the Laikipia Permaculture Centre (LPC). Read more HERE

For all info and registration please contact: ANN TOME on number 0726 787 085 or
info@lpct.or.ke

Cost: 18,000 Kshs

(Fees include all meals, accommodation (camping) and certification and excludes transport to and from the course)


 LAST COURSES OF 2018

 

Intro to Permaculture & Composting Half Day Course

When:  Wednesday October 3rd

Where: Nairobi Arboretum

Details: Back by popular demand! We’re bringing back to you an Intro to Permaculture and Composting course this October 3rd. This course is being run at our office in the Nairobi Arboretum and is only half a day from 9:30am – 1:15pm with just a tea break included.

 

SEE MORE HERE

Cost: KES 2,500

 

(Fees include tea only)

 

Training of Trainer’s Course with Caspar Brown

When: October 8th – 14th

Where: Nairobi, Acacia Camp- Swara Plains Conservancy

Details: Take this life changing course and enhance your permaculture design careers. Participants attending this course need to have completed a 72 hour Permaculture Design Course through the Permaculture Research Institute, and have good practical experience in designing and managing Permaculture systems.

This course is designed to equip participants with participatory Permaculture facilitation skills, as well as a solid understanding of the standard content of an international PDC. Based on their Permaculture experience, participants should be able to co-facilitate or assist on PDCs after this course, particularly courses training adult learners. This course will be taught by internationally accredited permaculture practioner – Caspar Brown.

SEE MORE HERE

Cost:

East African residents – Ksh 65,000

International students – Ksh 80, 000

(Fees include all meals, accommodation (camping) and certification and excludes transport to and from the course)


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