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Native Plants and Permaculture Course

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Introducing Ecodemy’s latest course: Native Plants and Permaculture

Discover the philosophy and style of conscious agriculture that relies on our natural ecosystems, as well as the harmonious integration of Native Plants- The vital plants that occur naturally, and make up the foundation of our natural communities.

You may have previously heard permaculture discussed concerning landscaping and agriculture, but you may think… isn’t permaculture just sustainable farming? What permaculture is, is a philosophy and a style of agriculture that relies on our natural ecosystems. The Australian researcher Bill Mollison, who first coined the term in 1978, said it was “the conscious design and maintenance of agriculturally productive systems which have the diversity, stability, and resilience of natural ecosystems It is the harmonious integration of the landscape with people providing their food, energy, shelter and other material and non-material needs in a sustainable way”

Native Plants are vital to local ecosystems as they have evolved here over a very long period. These plants are the foundation of our natural communities. These do the best job of providing food and shelter for native wild animals. They improve soil, air and water quality by removing toxins and pollution.

Invigorating sustainability impacts with talent pool training. This Material Supports United Nations Sustainable Development Goals #11 and #13.  

Native Plants and Permaculture Course Features:

  • HD video Training course with Knowledge Check Quiz and Verifiable Certificate of Completion
  • Social Media Posts and Reusable Canva Templates
  • Presentation Slide Deck and Reusable Canva Template
  • Shareable written reports for your company’s publications and newsletters and Reusable Canva Template

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