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Since 2013, The Florida Permaculture Convergence has hosted a statewide gathering each year, allowing fellow permaculturists to network and learn for two full days. We are happy to announce the 4th annual Florida Permaculture Convergence will be held at Kashi Ashram in Sebastian Florida, November 18th to the 20th. Please click here for more information about the upcoming event.

Learning
Two full days worth of skill sharing, workshops, and teachings. Activities for every age
Networking
Meet new and old faces! Discuss and brainstorm projects with others.
Camping
Camp on this beautiful property and enjoy an extensive food menu.
Presenters
Classes
DAYS

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Check out pictures from the last convergence!

Latest News

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FPC Committee in Transition

From a seed of an idea, the intention to hold a statewide Permaculture Convergence in Florida sprouted, grew and bloomed in the spring of 2012. The FPC (Florida Permaculture Convergence) came to fruition in the months following an Edible Forest Garden design course in Homestead taught by Eric Toensmeier and hosted by Earth Learning. As […]

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People Care

The permaculture community in Florida converged in Lake Wales and celebrated their third year of gathering on March 27-29, 2015 at H.E.A.R.T. Institute (Hunger Education and Resource Training). H.E.A.R.T. staff and students welcomed a diverse group of permies one hundred strong! Students and teachers from three permaculture design courses attended the convergence. Loretta Buckner’s class traveled from the Tampa […]

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Florida Permaculture Dreams

A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality. ~ John Lennon ~   You may have seen already–the themes for our three Florida Permaculture Convergences have been all about ‘coming together’, and finding community: Deepening Our Connections (2013) Cultivating Community (2014) Creating Resilient Culture (2015) Notice any trends (outside of the abundance […]

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