Written By Guest Writer Destinations / Events / Places Jul 29, 2016 Permaculture Comes to Life on Cortes Island SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter PinterestImagine spending two weeks at Linnaea Farm learning all about how the power of nature posesses the know-how for designing sustainable systems. Simply put, permaculture is a holistic approach to landscape design and human culture.Join us September 24th October 8th for Linnaea Farm’s Permaculture Design Course, featuring internationally renowned permaculture guru Rick Valley.Go home with a Permaculture Design certificate and a practical understanding of permaculture design principles and applications.Rick Valley is coming up from Oregon as head instructor—he taught the first permaculture design course at Linnaea Farm in the 1980’s, which also happened to be the first course EVER taught in Canada. He’s the go-to guy for experience in designing and implementing permaculture projects all through the Pacific Northwest.Whatever projects you’ve got on your plate—landscaping, home renovation, social landscapes, big dreams or little ones, this course makes your dreams reality. It’ll give you tools, principles and examples needed to assess any landscape of human habitation and immediately start transforming it into an efficient, sustainable, joyful and beautiful system you can be proud of.Specific time is set aside in the evenings for informal group gatherings to workshop each other’s projects, etc. This is invaluable as a catalyst to help you overcome obstacles that are preventing you from really mastering and stewarding the land, home or situation you find yourself responsible for.315 acre Linnaea Farm is nestled beside Gunflint Lake on gorgeous and wild Cortes Island. Experience the edge where human design meets wilderness, and perhaps you’ll even catch a glimpse of our resident wolves, bald eagles, beavers, deer, orca and humpback whales.Spots are filling up, so if you want to see the myriad ways in which permaculture will transform you, register here now! For more information on Linnaea Farm visit their Storehouse page. SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Written By: Guest Writer We get many people writing guest articles for us, as well as past contributors. This is the Guest ... Read More You may also like Destinations / Travel March 3, 2020 Grand Velas Riviera Maya Resort Continued from March | April EAT magazine’s Best of Asia in Mexico. by Shelora Sheldan The morning after the Taste of Asia event, after ... Read More Chefs / Destinations / Epicure at Large / Food People / Travel August 1, 2019 Letters From Lyon August 2019 Cher Eat, I have been wondering a lot lately about how Lyon gained such a recognisable status in gastronomy. Sure, yes there are plenty of ... Read More Chefs / Culture / Destinations / Elsewhere / Travel May 7, 2019 An Introduction to Letters from Lyon to EAT I have spent my career thus far with a few goals in mind: climb the brigade of each kitchen I set foot in, put in my time and become “chef”. ... Read More Destinations November 2, 2017 November Tofino News An old Tofino classic is going to be new again. The Maquinna Pub, part of the Maquinna Hotel building at Main and First Sts., is set to reopen soon ... Read More Destinations / First Look June 26, 2017 Newly relaunched Cure Lounge in Whistler is just in time for summer fun Nita Lake Lodge proudly relaunched its Cure lounge just in time for some fun in the sun during Canada’s 150th summer. Built in 2008, Nita Lake ... Read More Destinations March 16, 2017 Tofino – Ucluelet March Food Buzz Welcome to spring from the west coast. This time of year means the return of migrating whales past our shores, and the event that welcomes them – ... Read More Comments are closed.