This is part of the series of monthly Permaculture Weekends.
Regenerative Water Systems is a course teaching how to address global challenges of drought, water shortages, and how to create a more sustainable future. In this weekend program we will let “Water” be the teacher, and explore the tools, principles and techniques for creating water redundancy on a landscape, farm, or homestead. We will cover a wide range of methods from Reading the Landscape, Rain-Water Catchment, Earthworks and Soil Retention, and Grey Water Re-use. You will go home with skills and solutions that will have you seeing through a new lens towards creating an abundant regenerative future.
Updated schedule to be anounced in 2018.
6-8am Satsang: Guided silent meditation practice, chanting and lecture
1-2:30pm Permaculture Workshop
2:30 - 3:30pm Karma Yoga
4-6pm Yoga Class
8-9:30pm Satsang: meditation, chanting and lecture
There are no prerequisites other than a sincere desire to learn and serve.
Arrival and Departure
Arrival: We strongly encourage that you arrive before 6 PM on friday, March 16.
Departure: The course will end on Sunday, March 18.
What to Bring
Durable shoes, loose comfortable clothing, durable work clothes, writing materials, meditation shawl or blanket, yoga mat, flashlight.
Books and materials are available in our boutique.
- Dorm: $65/night per person
- Double: $85/night per person
- Single: $130/night
- Double: $120/night per person
- Single: $170/night
Deluxe Shanti Cabins
- Triple: $120/night per person
- Double: $160/night per person
- Single: $240/night
- Family of two: $280/night per family
- Family of three: $320/night per family
Accommodation Discounts: Seniors (60+) 10% & Students 10%
Karmendra Rossy, owner of Nucleus Design, is an artist, yogi, and craftsman that works to create abundant regenerative systems that support life from Soil to Spirit. With over 20 years of landscaping and building experience, and lifelong artistic eye, Karmendra combines the patterns and forms of nature, with the goals and visions of landowners, to create a resilient, regenerative, and uplifting impact on the planet.