Participants will receive a thorough introduction to the science and practice of organic horticulture, facilitating a profound shift in ecological awareness.
While there are no one-size-fits-all solutions, this course will provide a deeper understanding of nature’s contribution to the success of human created infrastructure, and help everyone make better and more integrated decisions for long-term benefit.
- A deeper understanding of the living components of green infrastructure
- Ecological impacts of development
- Water catchment and use
- Stormwater management
- Waste management
- Urban forestry
- Wildlife / biodiversity
- Food security
- Environment and community health
Time Requirement: Participants should expect to set aside a miminum of 6 -10 hours each week to focus on assignments.
Course Schedule: Gaia College recommends participants registered in Gaia College courses take no more than 2 courses per semester. For those participants wishing to take more than 2 courses, please contact Gaia College.
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