All Courses

Permaculture Design Fundamentals
This course is for anyone who wants to see their outside space; be it garden, balcony or farm, transformed into a resilient ecosystem that nourishes the abundance that nature has to offer. This sounds like a dream but it will turn into a reality if you have the determination, the tools and the techniques to bring it to life. If you're willing to treat gardening as an experiment that involves trial and error and constant adaptation and improvement, then you're ready to join us to develop a new mindset and to learn the framework of a permaculture design.
Develop a strategy that works in your specific situation
Learn a structured step-by-step process and feel in control
Learn hands-on skills and techniques to apply immediately
Save time and money by avoiding the mistakes that we've made ourselves
Stop putting out fires in your garden by addressing the root cause of the problem
Urban Permaculture
Permaculture in the city? How do we do that? In this workshop we introduce permaculture through an urban lens. The course will cover topics ranging from edible landscaping, passive irrigation, small-scale no dig agriculture, companion planting, natural pest control, carbon farming, rain gardens and much more.
Introduction to Ecological Gardening
Learn the basics to start your vegetable garden in an economic, efficient and ecological way. ​ In this course, we explore tips and tricks pertaining to the organizing, planning, planting, companionship planting, growing and harvesting of a garden! This detailed and comprehensive introduction to ecological gardening covers every aspect from the design to the implementation of the garden, for your balcony or your yard.
Food Forests & Pocket Forests
What exactly are Pocket Forests and how can they benefit us and the planet? Pocket Forests are a diverse planting of edible plants and their companions that attempt to replicate the ecosystems and patterns found in natural forests. Also known as Garden Forests, these systems can help reverse ecological degradation and act as effective carbon-capturing; food-providing; drought and flood preventing; habitat building; soil regenerating; ecosystem-supporting and aesthetically pleasing spaces!
Through careful observation, meticulous care and design, the natural cycle through which forests are created can be sped up sustainably and abundantly! This resources provide some essential information on how to mimic the cycle seen in forest structures in order to create regenerative climate-improving Pocket Food Forests.
The Keys of Permaculture
The Keys of Permaculture Design is a FREE mini-series of 3 episodes that we put together to welcome anyone who wants to know about permaculture design, or for those who need a refresher. Humanity is in a very special position at this time in our evolution, and it will take all of us to bring balance back into our ecosystems, our communities and most importantly to have the confidence that you really can make a difference in your own life.

All the episodes are completely free, and you'll get access to all of them once you sign-up
Introduction to Permaculture
Do you keep hearing the word "permaculture," but not sure what it's all about?
In this introductory lecture, P3Permaculture founder Graham Calder will walk you through the basics of permaculture, philosophy, and design.
This presentation covers the ethical principles that describe permaculture, provides an overview of some of the techniques used in permaculture design, and takes participants on a visual journey through permaculture sites around the world!
From climate change to austerity, the challenges we face can seem overwhelming. But, by mimicking nature to heal broken systems (both ecological and social), permaculture provides a variety of approaches for positive change!
Come prepared with any questions you may have! The event link will be sent to you after you register.