Our Goal is simple; environmental literacy forging positive environmental interaction along with community development.
We continue our relationship with Cincinnati Permaculture Institute who facilitates much of the permaculture education here in the Cincinnati tri-state with their non-profit. Doug Crouch then plays a vital role in facilitating these courses as well as hosting other courses/ events at the Treasure Lake host site. We work very hard to create a living labrotory at Treasure Lake so students can see permaculture in action.
What does a redefined culture look like, one with an ethical approach to development and economy, one rich with food and arts, remembering to celebrate and share our surplus? A world, where water harvesting features are seamlessly integrated, where trees of fruits surround us, and where people love nature as the fear has subsided? Where Permaculture courses are the norm and not the fringe. Through the gaining of environmental literacy and practical skills at courses, the toolkit for the reformation of culture is formulated.
For more information about Permaculture courses, please contact the following:
Doug Crouch has facilitated over 40 PDC’s throughout the world since getting involved with Permaculture in 2005. Teaching always went along with site development and having this experience in so many different climates and contexts is something Doug imparts to students. Below is a list of the countries that PDC’s or Permaculture courses were taught in: