Ego/Eco Social Permaculture Course

Sun, 03 February 2019, 4:00 PM - Sat, 09 February 2019, 12:00 PM [CAST]

Atitlan Organics, Tzununa, Lake Atitlan, 38383, Guatemala

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Sun, 03 February 2019, 4:00 PM - Sat, 09 February 2019, 12:00 PM [CAST]

About the Event


Anyone who has studied permaculture has surely come across the 3 Ethics: Earth Care, People Care, and Fair Share. If we're being honest, most permaculture literature and work is focused on Earth Care, although it is but one of the three pillars. People Care seems to be much harder to understand and put into action, and therefore often ends up neglected. But it is obvious that if we only adapt Earth Care techniques while keeping the same destructive social systems in place, nothing will change! That's why we're so excited to be offering this new collaboration with Isabelle Fortier, founder of Ego/Eco. Join us for a transformational three-day exploration of social permaculture and human connection this February! 

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About the Organizer

Atitlan Organics is a small-scale, highly diversified, super low-input, direct-to-consumer, downright ninja farm. Growing food for 5 restaurants and over 20 families, Atitlan Organics is productive landscape that lends itself beautifully as a rich learning environment. The nearby Bambu Guest House is a natural building made of all bambu, stone, wood, and lime plasters. The farm to table restaurant is integral to the whole experience, as the food we are growing and harvesting is also nourishing us as we learn about new alternative options for living and culture.

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