For Immediate Release
January 14, 1999
Introduction to Permaculture Course to be held in Southeastern Ohio.
Permaculture, n. (contraction, permanent and agriculture or culture)
1. An ecologically sound method of small scale agriculture.
2. A sustainable system which harmoniously blends people in community with
the natural world.
The course will be held 7 PM Friday, April 23 through noon Sunday, April 25,
1999 at 'Niches', a deep ecology retreat in Vinton County, Southeastern Ohio.
Instructors are Mark Cohen, Permaculture Designer, Organic Farmer,
apiculturalist, mycologist, philosopher, business consultant, co-founder of Far
Valley Farm, a twenty year old intentional community, and Executive Director of
the Belize Agroforestry Research Center, and Lou DeWein, Phd. Deep Ecologist,
Professor, and Founder of 'Niches'.
Tuition is $200 per person which includes lodging, healthful vegetarian meals,
and a personal copy of the book, Introduction to Permaculture by Bill Mollison
and Reny Mia Slay. Enrollment is limited to twelve students. Tuition
assistance is available.
Course sponsers are Frank and Bonnie. For more information, or to reserve your
place, contact them at 740/969-2045, email firstname.lastname@example.org or
Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association
PO Box 82234 Columbus Ohio 43202
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