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Ghana Permaculture Network Curriculum


Introduction to Permaculture

1.Introduction
2.Ethics, Principles, characteristics


Cultivated Ecology
1.Principles of ecology
2.methods of design
3.map reading
4.climate
5.microclimate
6.soils
7.water and landscape
8.earthworks
9.plants
10.forest
11.windbreaks
12.patterns in nature


DESIGNING PRODUCTIVE LANDSCAPE

1.zone 0- sitting and building homes
2.zone 1- the family food garden
3.zone 2- food forest and small animals
4.zone 3- cropping and large animals
5.zone 4- harvesting forest
6.zone 5 - natural forest

INCREASING SUSTAINABILITY AND PRODUCTIVITY
1. weed ecology
2. wildlife management
3. integrated pest management
4. site analysis
5. design graphics
6. creative problem solving
7. incomes from acre
8. aquaculture
9. designing against disaster
10.biotecnology

SOCIAL PERMACULTURE AND SELF-SUFFICIENCY
1.Bioregions
2.Ethical investments
3.Land access and ethics
4.Land ownership
5.Legal structures
6.Communities
7.Suburban Permaculture
8.Urban Permaculture
 

 

 


"Our pathway must be up through the soil,
up through swamps,
up through forests,
up through streams and rocks,
up through commerce, education, and religion!
In my opinion, we cannot begin at the top to build a house.  
If we try to do this, we shall reap in the end the fruits of our folly".

Booker T. Washington

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