Social Innovation & Sustainability
Course Description: The adaptive leadership course will provide the knowledge, skills and tools for any person to mobilize others to do important work around change and thrive. It will strengthen a person’s ability to lead meaningful change through systematic approaches. The course is taught by Michael Mucha, Director of the Madison Metropolitan Sewage District and draws from his experience in a broad range of change efforts.
Dates: Saturday, March 28th & April 11, 9am-12:30pm
Location: Edgewood College, Monroe St. Campus. Room TBD
Optional Graduate Credit: This course is eligible for 3 graduate credits at an additional cost of $190 per credit
Course Description: Our Permaculture Design Certificate Training will cover all the usual topics and skill sets around Permaculture Ethics and Principles, ecological principles, water, soil, food, wildness, observation, networks, food forests, plant guilds, systems thinking and more. This is a 7- hour course held over three 3-Day weekends. Attendance is necessary to receive your certificate. We will be holding our course this year out at Terra Simpla Permaculture & Retreat Center outside of Stoughton. We are dedicated to making this course accessible financially for all those who hold it in their hearts to attend and learn. The Madison Area Permaculture Guild has been supporting scholarship dollars and sponsoring these courses for 9 years now. We have graduated 150 people. We believe education and modeling are the best way to create healthy systems change. For more information and to register visit madisonareapermacultureguild.org.
Dates: Three 3-Day weekends March 27,28 29; April 24, 25,26; May 22, 23, 24.
Location: Terra Simpla in Stoughton