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Warren Brush, Brad Lancaster, Owen Dell, and Sasha Rabin: Sustainable Vocations Training Course, July 25 – August 11, 2012 – central CA

July 25, 2012toAugust 11, 2012

Sustainable Vocations prepares youth (ages 15 – 24) for diverse leadership roles that integrate sustainability into their lives and communities. This pioneering program provides a unique, hands-on introduction to the expanding green jobs market while exploring the comprehensive tenets of environmental stewardship and sustainable living. While expansive in scope, timely topics include: ecological design, conservation and restoration, alternative energy systems, sustainable agriculture, natural building, ecological literacy, water harvesting, community regeneration, and nature awareness. Students earn an internationally recognized Permaculture Design Certification and graduate with the practical skills to enhance their employment opportunities and life path – all while helping to create a more sustainable future for us all.

Sustainable Vocations
Summer 2012 Course Dates:

July 25 – August 11, 2012

Cost: $1,500–$2,500 (sliding scale)

Priority/Scholarship Application Due Date
May 1, 2012

FMI: www.sustainablevocations.org/home

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