There seems to be a battle among permaculture designers over the nature of permaculture. Why, who knows or cares. Permaculture is a nature-inspired, holistic design system that draws upon current technologies and ancient roots to create sustainable human environments.
Permaculture was originally intended to grow food in a manner that did not harm the earth,as industrial agricultural system did and are still doing, but to nourish and replenish it.
I apply my design skills to creating community gardens, school gardens and anyone who wants to grow food in a sustainable manner.
I also apply the skills to create the invisible structure, committees, worker coops and so on.
I believe societies and individuals are living a false story, one they have all agreed upon, knowingly or not. As a storyteller and gardener I am planting a new story. Want to help?
Saturday, December 20, 2014
What is permaculture, anyway
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