The trainings are based on providing knowledge about the creation of regenerative and abundant designs integrating Nature:
Increase your knowledge of natural systems and their use in projects, farms or your daily life.
Gain confidence in the design and power of creating and building healthy and abundant spaces
Increase your awareness of Nature and the place we occupy as a species.
Develop tools for the design process in any project that you want to base on regeneration.
Experiment with sustainable construction, agriculture and people management techniques.
You may be interested in: if you are a student or professional in the fields of architecture, construction, environment, design or landscaping; if you want to create your own project or design; if you want to learn how to use the design tools for your personal life
#Certified Permaculture Design Course
The 72 hour Permaculture Design Certificate course based on the work of Bill Mollison, and certified by the Iberian Permaculture Academy (Spain) is a unique experience where you learn to design by applying learning in action.
You will obtain the necessary tools to design regenerative human spaces in harmony with Nature:
Learn to design regenerative spaces and projects through the processes and tools of Permaculture
It develops the fundamental values and ethics for life in harmony with other species on Earth.
Discover the most important principles of the functioning and evolution of Nature.
Apply regenerative methods and techniques for the management of a land.
Create regenerative strategies through integrative design processes in your life and projects.
Rediscover your power and potential as a designer by developing sketches, drawings and digital creations.
Generate analyses, processes and connections between human needs and the possibilities of patterns and knowledge of Nature.
Develop the economic and investment return on your projects.
What you will find in this course: ecology basics, design processes, analysis, strategies, design and maintenance, action learning, systemic thinking, bioconstruction, agriculture and agroforestry, efficient energies, bioregion design, complementary economics, urban permaculture
These workshops will provide you with the basic knowledge necessary to design fundamental elements in regenerative projects.
Get in touch if you want to create your own event in your project.
Water and soil management
Learn to read the terrain and analyze the limits and resources of the place.
Discover and use tools and techniques that will help you manage the movement of water and the needs of your soil.
Learn how to analyze the characteristics and movements of the soil and water in a terrain
Create designs following the flow of energies of any land and how to use them to improve and regenerate it.
Develops and applies techniques for the capture and storage of water and the improvement of soil and nutrients.
What you will find: Keyline, swales, bokashi, grey water filters, natural ponds, reservoirs, earthworks.
Learn how to analyze different types of soils and their needs.
Discover and apply different techniques for creating and managing soil.
Create associative and biodiverse planting designs in orchards and agricultural extensions using natural patterns.
It designs plantations taking into account the areas and sectors of the land.
Where, how, when and how much to plant and its proper maintenance.
What you will find: Synergetic garden, bokashi, plant association, lunar calendar, cultivation strategies.
Bioconstruction and bioclimatics
Learn about the characteristics and uses of sustainable and natural materials.
Discover methods of analysis and use of resources when building, as well as the management of the energies provided by nature.
Apply construction techniques with local and ecological materials.
Learn about the most important principles when designing and building spaces with bioclimatic and sustainable characteristics.
What you will find: construction with mud and straw, domes,
Discover the functioning of Nature's cycles in forests.
Learn to locate and associate the different layers of a forest.
Create planting strategies according to the characteristics of plants, shrubs and trees.
Design lands where beauty and functionality can provide abundance.
What you will find: plant guilds, strata, planting, location, needs, associations and maintenance.
Learn how to apply Permaculture design tools in urban spaces.
Develops techniques and strategies for the design of food and energy consumption.
Designs efficient collective spaces and projects.
Discover the abundant possibilities that you can carry out in the city and its surroundings.
What you will find: urban gardens, consumer cooperatives, regeneration of natural spaces, recycling, complementary economy.