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Permaculture Design – 2010.
Permaculture Design provides an introduction to permaculture design principles and methods, ecology, uses and ethics which
when applied will lead you down the path to long term sustainable systems for your home or working environment.
People credited with this unit standard will be able to: describe the principles of permaculture; outline procedures used
to analyse a site for permaculture; create a permaculture plan for a selected site and describe considerations when
implementing the permaculture plan.
Session 1 Session 9 Session 14
Introduction to Permaculture Growing Fruit Trees in Dunedin Tutorial and Site Plan Work
July 22 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday September 16 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday October 28 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday
Session 2 Session 10 Session 15
Ecology and its Relationship to Tutorial and Site Plan Work Tutorial and Site Plan Work
Permaculture Principles September 23 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday November 4 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday
July 29 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday
Session 11 Session 16
Managing Pests and Diseases Practical Day/Fieldtrip
Getting Started on your Site Plan October 14 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday November 6 (10.00am-3pm) – Saturday
August 5 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday
Session 12 Session 17
Practical Day/Fieldtrip Design Presentations
The Designer’s Checklist October 16 (10.00am-3pm) – Saturday November 11 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday
August 12 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday
Session 13 Session 18
Soil Improvement Techniques Design Presentations
Base Plan and Site Analysis October 21 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday November 18 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday
August 19 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday
The Elements and Zones in the
Permaculture Garden COST: $462.55
August 26 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday
LOCATION: All sessions will be based
Session 7 at Otago Polytechnic – L1, L Block,
Tutorial and Site Plan Work Anzac Avenue.
September 2 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday
Growing Edible Plants in Dunedin
September 9 (5.30pm-7.30 pm) – Thursday
*DISCLAIMER: While every effort is made to ensure that this sheet is accurate, Otago Polytechnic reserves the right to amend, alter or withdraw any of the contained information. The fees shown in this document are indicative
ONLY. Both domestic and international fees are subject to change and are dependent on the development and implementation of Government policies. Please note that additional fees may from time to time be required for external
examination, NZQA fees and/or additional material fees.
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