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Permaculture Internship at Kula Kamala Foundation

Kula Kamala Foundation, in Reading, is offering a Permaculture Internship that illustrates how to design and implement a lifestyle that is guided by the principles of permaculture, while also embracing the interconnectedness of yoga as spirituality, agriculture and community. The internship will be offered during the 2020 gardening season, which runs from March through October. Each internship is one month in duration. Students will earn an internationally- recognized 72-hour Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) and a Spiritual Service Immersion Certificate. All students participate in daily permaculture classes, garden service, satsang (spiritual teachings in yoga) and yoga classes. Volunteer opportunities are available to those who presently have a PDC. 


Permaculture is the practice of regenerating and strengthening the state of our Earth/Soul connection through ethical and meaningful use of earthly resources,” explains Sudha Allitt, co-founder. “This immersion will compliment countless lifestyles and careers including teachers, parents, college students, holistic practitioners, community leaders, spiritualists, family members and homeowners.  



For more information, call 484-509-5073, email or visit 

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