FINDING LAND COURSE
Thank you for joining the Finding Land course. I’m grateful I can be of service to you.
You now have access to a step-by-step system that will help you find the ideal land to start your permaculture farm, homestead, or farmstead.
Watch the video below to get started:
This online course is specifically made for people who are dreaming of buying land someday – you could be actively looking for land or just planning to do so in the near or even far future.
With this course, you’ll gain the skills and the confidence to assess and recognize the pros and cons, opportunities and threats, deal-breakers and drawbacks that are inherent to all locations and properties, and, by the end, can make the best possible decision of what to buy given your context, without getting stuck in analysis-paralysis for ages.
There are five modules in the Finding Land course, guiding you from the initial setting out of your land plan to pulling the trigger on the right type of property:
MODULE 1: YOUR DREAM PROPERTY
MODULE 2: YOUR SITE-SELECTION CRITERIA
MODULE 3: LOCATION: WHERE TO BUY LAND?
MODULE 4: PROPERTY ASSESSMENT
MODULE 5: PROPERTY SELECTION
The learning curve of this course is to first go through the modules as they are outlined here, from modules 1-5. However, depending on which phase of the land hunt you find yourself in, you can focus on the modules that are relevant to your situation. The course will meet your needs at any phase of the process.
What to do next:
STEP 1. Join the private Facebook community. If you don’t have or don’t want to use Facebook as your primary mean of communicating with others, alternatively, you join can join a Telegram group. (5 min.)
STEP 2. Introduce yourself and tell us a bit more about your permaculture journey. Post your short bio in the group or in the comments section below. (5 min.)
STEP 3. Find an accountability partner. If you want to, connect with someone from the course to keep yourselves mutually accountable and dedicated to creating a design. See Facebook or Telegram threads. (10 min.)
Step 4. Access the ‘Suggested Timetable’ document to understand the time commitment of the course.
Downloadable materials (for offline viewing and use):
If you have a sketchy internet connection and want to download all the course materials to your desktop computer, use the links below to download individual course assets. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do this.
- -> Suggested Timetable Doc.
- -> Workbooks and instructions
- -> Handouts (slides and transcripts)
- -> Videos & Audios
- -> Tables and Spreadsheets
- -> Google Earth Files
Peer Support Discussions: