About the Regenerative Agriculture and Sustainability Course

They will learn about the importance of soil, seeds, biodiversity, water and regenerative farming practices.

Permaculture allows the true abundance of our Earth to flourish and nourish future generations with guidance from past generations!

“In some Native languages the term for plants translates to “those who take care of us.” ~ Robin Wall Kimmerer, Braiding Sweetgrass

“The greatest change we need to make is from consumption to production, even if on a small scale, in our own gardens. If only 10% of us do this, there is enough for everyone”  ~ Bill Mollison




Live Class Schedule

Thursdays, 12pm - 12:50pm EST
Fridays, 12pm - 2:50pm EST

6-12 Learners per class

Now Enrolling For: March 3rd - April 1st

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome

    • Welcome to Regenerative Agriculture and Sustainability!

    • Attending Your Classes & Other Tips

  • 2

    Class 1

    • Creating a Manageable Garden

  • 3

    Class 2

    • Pollination 101

  • 4

    Class 3

    • Regenerative Gardening Methods

  • 5

    Class 4

    • Tiny Gardens

  • 6

    Class 5

    • Heirloom Gardening to Preserve Our Past and Future!

  • 7

    Class 6

    • Tiny Gardens Show and Tell

  • 8

    Class 7

    • Animals in the Garden

  • 9

    Class 8

    • Harvesting

  • 10

    Class 9

    • Presentations and Reflections

  • 11

    Class 10

    • What To Do With the Harvest

Your Instructor

This course will be taught by Allan Campbell, Annette Argabright, and Chanel Smith

Allan Campbell, the Education Director at Food Forest Abundance, along with Annette Argabright, Chanel Smith specialize in teaching permaculture and growing food forests. They met along their permaculture education journey, during their Children in Permaculture Practitioners course. Because they shared similar passions, they began Permayouth Americas and then created Family Permaculture. As permaculture educators and facilitators, their shared mission is to empower families and communities to be resilient and thrive by living in harmony with nature.