Could you use a good dose of hope in these troubling times? How about mixing in a little power and wisdom to go with it? Charles Nowell experienced all that and more, in last year’s Permaculture Design Course (PDC) at Dancing Rabbit. In his own words: “Taking this Permaculture Design Course has had a profound impact on me. I’m different now, in all ways for the better. I feel as though I have received a heavy download of hope, power, and wisdom… “First, let me emphasize how much hope I’ve gained from this process. I feel so hopeful because permaculture, as a body of…read more >
By Sharon Bagatell, CSCC Education Coordinator I’m really excited about the workshop we’re offering this fall called THRIVE: Inner Sustainability for Healers, Leaders, and Lovers of the Earth, with transformational coach Laura Wolf. Here’s a little bit about why... In talking with folks who visit Dancing Rabbit, I’ve taken to calling the work we do on inner sustainability “the hidden gem I didn’t know I was looking for.” For many years, I, like so many of the folks who visit here, focused on my ecological footprint, what I could do to heal the wounds of the planet and make my…read more >
Part 3 of 3 "Permaculture nuggets" leading up to the Permaculture Design Course at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage.
Planting a perennial polyculture of multipurpose plants is what I’m doing in my forest garden at Dancing Rabbit. Understanding this permaculture concept, though, might be a bit easier than saying it. Here’s what I mean…
Part one of three "permaculture nuggets" leading up to the Permaculture Design Course. Please enjoy!
There are still a few spaces available in this one-of-a-kind permaculture course held at Dancing Rabbit from August 29 - September 6.
Permaculture looks at life squarely in the face and simply asks the questions: What is? How do things really work? It then lays out multiple paths toward building abundance, security and health into our living systems to benefit humans AND the natural world that sustains all life.
“...it appears that years have actually elapsed since the 70s, and music, dance styles, lingo, and all the rest of young culture has indeed changed!”