Urban Permaculture Accelerated Training in Dobbs Ferry:
U.P.A.T. Certificate Course on Saturdays
9am – 4pm 
September 8, September 15, October 20, November 3, November 10, November 17
Classes will be held at South Presbyterian Church in Dobbs Ferry, NY
Field Practice Days: September 22, October 27 at the Old Stone House in Brooklyn, NY
For further content and scheduling information contact: permie@earthlink.net

7th Annual NYC Permaculture Festival
Saturday, October 13 10am – 4pm
Benefit Dinner for the gardens 6pm







Private tours available at the Old Stone House:
Schedule with permie@earthlink.net


Permaculture is more than just good gardening.  It is a lifelong approach to analysis, actions and social structures that results in better relationships, more functional systems and a clearer understanding of everything necessary for human communities to thrive. – CJ

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Spring Field Training is completed. To inquire about one-on-one apprenticeships, contact permie@earthlink.net

Services: Consulting & Education: permie@earthlink.net

Permaculture article in Edible Brooklyn: http://www.ediblebrooklyn.com/2015/06/29/how-one-urban-garden-riffs-on-wild-design

For information, events, jobs and materials pertaining to Permaculture 
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The Permaculture-Exchange was established in 1998 to facilitate the free exchange of ideas, materials and labor related to permaculture.  Job offers, fee-based environmental events, and permaculture courses have been added to the list coverage. Members can post information that follows permaculture’s basic principles of care, respect and fair share; recognizing our human communities as natural systems by promoting better efficiency, more cooperative relationships and greater abundance for all.

Claudia Joseph, founder and Director of the NY Permaculture Exchange, is a permaculture teacher, consultant and community gardener.  As the Director of Environmental Programs at the Old Stone House she has designed and installed a permanent useful landscape with students, apprentices and volunteers as well as programs and events that promote community sustainability.

Recognized by The New York Times, The Old Stone House – MS 51 Partnership Gardens are the first Food Forest model in NYC, based on permaculture design principles. The project began in 2004 and becomes more complex, beautiful, abundant and community centered each year.

Highlights of our 2012 Permaculture Festival:

A short piece on OSH programs by Costa Boutsikaris

Interview on OSH project & permaculture:


Claudia Joseph

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