Earth Activist Training strives to educate all learners.
Registration and tuition
Registration and tuition information can be found on the individual webpage of each course. Course prices vary by length and instructor.
Students are considered enrolled in a course when they have submitted a registration form and paid in full, or established payment plans with our administrative team. Tuition balance is generally due 30 days before the session and is nonrefundable. If you are registered and need a little more time, please contact us for options. In the unlikely event that a course is cancelled, all monies paid will be refunded.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payment via PayPal at EarthActivistTraining@gmail.com.
We can offer a limited amount of remote work trade positions.
Work-trade opportunities allow students who have more time but less income to join and contribute to EAT’s learning community.
Current remote work-trade opportunities include supporting our administrative team with video editing, fundraising, course promotion, and community engagement. When considering work-trade as an option, please ensure you have capacity to both learn as a student in the class and make time for work- trade during this same period. Work-traders are responsible for paying 50% of course tuition. Tuition is due at the time that an applicant is accepted into the work-trade program.
Work-trade positions are available for long classes, such as the Permaculture Design Certificate and Resilient Land Design program. To apply for a work-trade position for an upcoming course, please look for specific information on that course page or contact our support team with questions: email@example.com.
Diversity FUnd Scholarships
Earth Activist Training is committed to increasing the diversity of the global permaculture and regenerative land movements. With a justice-based approach to access and education, we aim to lighten the financial burden of Indigenous peoples and People of Color working in environmental and food justice areas through Pay-What-You-Can scholarships.
A limited number of Diversity Fund Scholarships are available for each course. Please reach out if you are interested in an application. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are grateful to the donors who have made this opportunity possible. Donations warmly accepted to support and expand this program.
EAT is a program of both practical skills and consciousness change.
Permaculture, nonviolence, wilderness awareness, and magic all teach us to look at the world upside down and sideways, to see patterns and relationships, not just things.”
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