Please begin by filling out the application form below. We will follow up with you once we receive and review your application.

TUITION: $1350 if registered by April 30th 2020. Early bird pricing must be paid via check. Course tuition rises to $1,550 after early bird. Tuition includes meals and rustic lodging or camping.

All fees are in USD. Fees include class instruction and activities, meals, and rustic lodging. There are no meals provided on days off when participants are free to explore local attractions. Attendees are responsible for all their own transportation costs. Bringing extra money to enjoy the local attractions is recommended.

Final payment is due one month prior to class start date.

HOW TO PAY

To register, submit your application form, and once approved, promptly pay the course non-refundable deposit of $300 via PayPal through our register link, or by mailing a check to 4245A Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110 to secure your spot in the course. Paypal payments charge a 3% processing fee, which will be added at checkout.

Total course payment is due one month before the start of the class. If you are hearing about this class within a month from start date please contact us to plan your registration.

APPLICATION FORM

Submit answers to the questions on the Course Application as soon as possible so our instructors can learn about your background. Please wait to submit payment until after your application is approved.

REGISTRATION REFUND/CANCELLATION POLICY

Your payment and course application is your registration. Cancellation less than one month prior to the start of class will be refunded only if we find another participant to take your spot. In the event that Permaculture Institute needs to cancel the class, all students will be refunded all registration fees. Once the class begins, no refunds will be issued, excepting circumstances with extended medical emergencies.

ATTENDANCE/CONDUCT POLICY

Full attendance is expected by each participant. If a student is not present for more than one day, either consecutively or cumulatively, they will need to make up the time missed beyond one day to earn their PDC certificate. In regards to conduct, participants are required to behave within the legal parameters of the host country/state, and are asked to arrive to each class on-time with a clear mind and open heart. Instructors reserve the right to ask a participant to leave without refund if they prove to be disruptive, abusive, or unstable to the point of being harmful to oneself or the class as a whole, at the instructors discretion.

STATEMENT OF INCUSIVITY

The instructor and class members in this course will strive to support an inclusive learning community, respecting those of all backgrounds and beliefs. As a community, we aim to be respectful and kind to all people regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, age, veteran status, ability, immigration or economic status, gender or sexual orientation, and dietary choices.

Permaculture Institute is a federally recognized non-profit educational organization located in the USA.

Registering for this course signifies agreement to the above policies and terms. If you have questions or concerns feel absolutely free to contact us.

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