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Certificate for Earth-Baswed Vocations at EcoVersity

Learn permaculture and whole systems design, natural building, renewable energy, community arts, and sustainable land and garden studies in one intensive program. EcoVersity´┐Żs instructors are working professionals with practical experience.
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2639 Agua Fria
Santa Fe , NM 87505
Contact Person: Ana Willem
Phone: 505.424.9797
Fax: 505.424.9797
E-Mail: info@ecoversity.org
Website: http://www.ecoversity.org

Detailed Information:
EcoVersity is now accepting applications for its Earth-Based Vocations Certification Program starting August 28th. This 20 week, comprehensive, hands-on curriculum is designed for anyone wanting to join the fast growing field of professionals who are developing whole system approaches for the design of human environments. The core teaching team is comprised of working professionals: Bristol Stickney (renewable energy), Joel Glanzberg (permaculture), Chrissie Orr (community arts and activism), Scott Pittman (permaculture) and Alfred von Bachmayr (natural building and architecture). In addition, students will meet a large number of professionals in the private and non-profit sectors who will share their expertise, participate in hand-on projects and group exercises, and visit working sites. This program appeals to a wide variety of students including those seeking to build homesteads or farms, those seeking vocational skills and professional contacts, and those wanting to dream up the new careers that will address complex issues we face today. Graduates will leave with livelihood skills for living on the land, working with earth-based enterprises, regenerating the earth and revitalizing the spirit. Classes run for 10 weeks, all day Tuesday-Friday, followed by a 10week mentored internship. For information call 424.9797 x10, or visit www.ecoversity.org.

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