Thank you to all of the families that made our Fall 2012 Passport to Permaculture program a success! Stay tuned for more details on Passport to Permaculture 2013.

The World In A Garden is excited to bring you our Passport to Permaculture workshops for kids this Fall 2012! Registration is now open!

Kids learn that this is real food!

When: Sept 25 & Oct 2, 3:30-5:30pm

Where: The World in a Garden, W. 57th & E. Blvd, Vancouver, BC

Ages: 5-12

Cost: $20 for one session | $30 for two sessions

Kids will learn about the three ethics of permaculture: care of the earth, care of all people and fair share. They’ll get their hands in the dirt and do fun garden activities that represent these ethics!


 More info?

Get your passport to permaculture as you learn about all things fun –  from bees and insects to seeds and salads at The World In A Garden.


PASSPORT TO PERMACULTURE: An Urban Farm Summer Camp 2012



ATTN: Our first camp week, July 9-13 has been cancelled. The second camp week IS a go, and we have spaces for anyone who is interested!

Date & Time: July 23-27 | 9am-3pm

**Before & after-care available upon request**

Location: The World In A Garden at West 57th & East Blvd.

Ages: 5-12

Registration: Click HERE to register

Passport to Permaculture FAQ

Youth get their hands in the dirt and learn about growing food following the 3 ethics of permaculture: care of all people, care for the earth and fair share.

The World In A Garden is happy to present Passport to Permaculture, a summer camp where kids learn about food and ecology following the 3 ethics of permaculture: care of all people, care of the earth & fair share. Throughout this weeklong camp, kids receive stamps in their “Passport to Permaculture” as they complete activities on the topics of nutrition, urban agriculture, biodiversity, local food, multiculturalism, ethical business and more! The camp features guest speakers, a pizza-making field trip to Rocky Mountain Flatbread Company and a camper-run farm market. What is permaculture? Permaculture is a regenerative ecological design system that works with nature (not against it) to restore the beneficial relationships found in healthy ecosystems, produce food and create resilient, conscious communities. Want to know more? Click here. Questions about the camp? Contact Alicia Baddorf: or 604-257-5151 ext. 1213

5 responses to this post.

  1. Wow, looks like fun! What age of kids would this be appropriate for?


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