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See Element Eco-Design’s full list of Permaculture Courses and workshops and join in the Regenerative Revolution! Eat Your Yard: How to design your Edible Landscape Stormwater Management in the Okanagan, Kelowna BC Permaculture Earthworks for Home or Farm Edible Forest Gardens: A Food Forest Design Workshop
Learn how to design, sculpt and cultivate your land to boost productivity and lessen input and energy all while creating a beautiful natural space for your home and family. The best part of living in Northern British Columbia is access to land, but how do you create a productive homestead while maintaining the land’s […]
Learn the skills to design and build your own water harvesting system! This one day workshop will provide you with the knowledge to help you understand, design and build your own basic water harvesting system. This course is packed with simple tips and tricks to get you started. Topics covered will include: Benefits of Water Harvesting How […]
Element Eco-Design is excited to announce that we will be offering a Part-Time Permaculture Design Certificate workshop in Lumby, BC. Delivered over 12 weeks this course arms you with the skills to design and create your own regenerative future! Here is what others are saying about their past Element Eco-Design workshop experiences! “…opened my eyes and […]
In this ground breaking workshop you will learn how to design and build Permaculture Earthworks such as Swales, Berms and Dams that passively harvest natural runoff. These structures can be used for flood irrigation, wildfire protection, forestry systems, aquaculture and even swim ponds. This workshop is the first of it’s kind in the Okanagan/Shuswap Region! We […]
Have you heard the term FOOD FOREST? Curious why this topic is getting so much attention? Food forestry is about creating long-term food systems in an ecologically sound manner based on the function of a natural forest. Sound complicated? Well, it can be as simple as companion planting but on a much bigger scale, instead of […]