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Cal-Earth Workshop Deposits

Make your Workshop Deposit Online

Once you have submitted your application, a $200 deposit is required to reserve your space in the Cal-Earth Workshop of your choice. You may pay your deposit in the following ways. If you have any questions please contact us.

Make a Deposit Online

To make your Workshop deposit securely via PayPal, please click the "Pay Now" button.
NOTE: at PayPal, please add the name(s) of the Applicant(s) for whom you are making a deposit.

Cal-Earth Workshop Deposit

$200 USD

Long-Term Apprenticeship Deposit

$400 USD

Make a Deposit by Mail:

Send check or Money Order to:
Cal-Earth
P.O. Box 1977
Claremont, CA 91711
U.S.A.

WEEKEND Workshop Tuition

$250 USD

Permaculture Combined Workshop Deposit

$400 USD

If for some reason you are unable to attend the workshop you registered for, your deposit may also be applied to another course that same year if you notify Cal-Earth at least two weeks before the start of a course.

If you wish to withdraw completely and cannot reschedule, $100 of your deposit will be refunded (to cover the cost of the study materials sent when you registered) if you notify Cal-Earth two weeks prior to the start of the workshop. Any cancellations within two weeks of the workshop will not be refunded. The full amount of your deposit will only be returned if for some reason you are not accepted to the program.

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