Hello! As some of you readers may know, I attend Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Vermont for certain workshops and courses throughout this year as I work towards my Certificate in Sustainable Design/Building from the school (also, as I receive credit at my college). It's not a full-time school like traditional college, but instead I take a few weeks here and there throughout the year to do very intense, immersive, hands-on courses. My coursework here helps me with The COMET - each class that I choose to take is directly related to an aspect of the project.
Today I start the most intensive course in the Certificate program (so I've heard), we call it "Core." It's technically titled Ecological Design in The Built Environment, and it is the basis of the curriculum here. It focuses on permaculture and sustainable community design, as well of the principles of design and basic design and drawing tools. It's basically a semester long Design Fundamentals course packed into 3 very intense weeks (I think we have one day off).
Just wanted to let you guys know what I was up to for the next 3 weeks. I probably won't be able to post as much while I'm here, but look for some updates and a few posts about stuff I've been meaning to talk about for a while. It's very beautiful up here in Vermont this time of year, especially at Yestermorrow campus.
Wish me luck!
Thanks always for all of your support!