Join Goodheart in southern Belize for the 6th Annual Permaculture Design Course

Visiting a local sustainable farm.This is a GREAT time to get away to the plush, green sub-tropics of southern BELIZE. Our site (MMRF) is 2 miles upriver from the village of San Pedro Columbia, and is accessed by a 30 minute dugout canoe ride. The river is clear and clean, and flows through the bottom of the property. At 30 years old, Maya Mountain Research Farm is one of the the oldest Permaculture sites in Central America.

Anyone bringing a friend is entitled to a 10% discount, and any 3 friends coming together receive a 10% discount each!

6th Annual Permaculture Design course

Location: Maya Mountain Research Farm, San Pedro Columbia, Belize

Dates: March 5th – 18th, 2011

Place: Maya Mountain. Research Farm

San Pedro Columbia, BELIZE

Instructors: Albert Bates, Andrew Goodheart Brown, Maria Ros, Christopher Nesbitt & local guest instructors

Cost: USD $1250  Includes site-grown organic meals; all course materials and expeditions; comfortable rustic on-site accommodations; and a Permaculture Design Certificate upon completion of the course.

Beauties of Cacao and Bananas, grown and harvested at MMRF.

Tucked into the foothills of the Maya Mountains, 2 miles upriver from the village of San Pedro Columbia in Southern Belize, Maya Mountain Research Farm is a working demonstration farm and a registered NGO that promotes sustainable agriculture, appropriate technology, and food security using permaculture principles and applied biodiversity

For details, or to register, please see or contact Christopher Nesbitt at info(a)

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About goodheart

Education: Warren Wilson College (BA Environmental Studies) 1987: University of Wisconsin Stevens Point (MSc. Natural Resources) 2005 Permaculture Design Certificate (The Farm, TN) 1994 Presidential Volunteer Award: 2005, 2006, 2007 Experiences: National and international Permaculture teacher and practitioner since 1995; Sustainable land use and permaculture consultant; International consultant for small plot sustainable agriultural projects; Home orchard consultant; Endangered species observer for sea-turtle and whale projects; Field biologist and naturalist; Gourmet natural food chef and teacher; Home baker (artisan breads) brewer & fermenter; Home orchardist; BeeKeeper; Ecological gardener; Broom-maker in the Southern Highland Craft Guild, and general bio-philiac...
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