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PRI Maungaraeeda, Sunshine Coast

PRI Maungaraeeda, Sunshine Coast

Education for truly sustainable living to affect world change.

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Picasso Food Forest

Picasso Food Forest

A public urban food forest to inspire, build community, share, learn, improve local ecosystems and biodiversity, increase resiliency, whose fruits are available to the inhabitants of Parma.

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PRI Tap o' Noth, Scotland

PRI Tap o' Noth, Scotland

Tap o' Noth Permaculture is purpose built demonstration and education Centre based in Aberdeenshire, NE Scotland.

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Alaska Homesteading PDC,   June 8 - 20

Alaska Homesteading PDC, June 8 - 20

Thinking seriously about permaculture as a profession or a lifestyle? This is the course for you. Taught by Daniel Halsey, Director of PRI/USA, and other professional designers. Live the principles...

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PRI Maungaraeeda, Sunshine Coast

PRI Maungaraeeda, Sunshine Coast

Education for truly sustainable living to affect world change.

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Featured Profiles

Chris Evans

Chris Evans

Chris Evans has lived and worked in Nepal since 1985, co-founding the Jajarkot Permaculture Project, which successfully spread new ideas in line with existing cultural traditions. Chris started his...

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Daniel Brown

Daniel Brown

I come from a lifestyle that is typical of white American suburbs. I never really agreed with it, but for a long time it was all I knew. I'm pretty handy with computers, and for better or wo...

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Daniel Halsey

Daniel Halsey

Master Plan Designer, Certified and Accredited Instructor Education Offerings Homestead and Harvest Design Series Digital Design Training Series (Adobe Illustr.) Advanced Perm...

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Carolyn Holmes

Carolyn Holmes

20 acres, 150 orange trees, 50 mandarins...and 1 dream of turning it all into a Permacultural Paradise. I'm busy watching Geoff s videos and reading as much as I can... itching to get starte...

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Tiger Islands Village & Eco Resort
I took over stewardship of 2 small islands in 2007 and we created, over time, a 12 room eco resort. We've been featured in local and international media, and have been voted often Jakarta's best weekend getaway. Please see our website www.pulaumacan.com for more information, and check...
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Helping Hands Gardens
The HH Garden project educates everyone on the full range of permaculture. I teach and consult anyone I encounter along my path and leave team leaders to continue each chapter.
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NE Green Fuels Coop
Co-founded a Renewable Energy Cooperative that is also partnered with a CSA and Permaculture educational organization.
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Eduardo Abalada
AQUI-HERE (direct link)
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Basil Laleman
Two approaches for making guilds. One starts from grassland, the other from more intensely used part of the garden.   The guild around a cherry tree in the first image evolved over the past few years by changing the mowing pattern and adding haphazard mulch of various materials. It consists of ...

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Basil Laleman
In the first image i have used freshly cut elderberry wood to push the branche sideways. Doing this in the first years of growth will result in good branch structure/ open canopé... The second image shows a young Sourcherry tree, supported by Robinia wood and tied together with an Old man's bear...

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Rene Nijstad
Beforfe we moved to the farm, we grew some little trees from seed in our greenhouse in the city. They need a place to continue to grow, so we started digging our first swale by hand. The picture shows the result after we got a nice rainshower the other day.

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Urban Condo Unit
This is my condo unit in Dallas Texas. It is funny that being a smaller property does not mean faster.. maybe more intricate.
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Ashley Vasquenz
My family and I have finally found and settled into our new home in Marietta, Georgia.  It's a little townhome with a small fenced in backyard, but it will suit its purposes for our family.  We have our two puppies to share the yard with, so I do see the small challenge of gardening alongside my ...

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Daniel Halsey
Chris McLeod
Well, the summer just past was interesting. Heat and drought were constant companions in all parts of the Australian continent other than the Northern Territory. Down in the south eastern corner of the continent the farm here had to deal with 10 days of temperatures exceeding 40°C (104°F)...
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Daniel Halsey
Miron Barabakh
#just arrived to Amsterdam_ destination SW of the neerlands, lets see what will be de desires of the Horsemen farmerArrival expected for late evening.shall Hermes assist me. 
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Matt Swarbrick
We are overjoyed that our first permaculture course here at Henbant was a success. Despite the weather, we all had a great time, learned lots, thought lots and ate lots. Steve Jones was an inspiration as always and it turned out that we were better at feeding 20 people than we thought. ...
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kyle bennett
At this time, the garden was still very sandy but still producing some nice collards, arugula, cowpeas, amaranth and roselle greens. Also you can see some pineapple tops that I aquired from the local produce store and the tall bolivian sunflower which has been a major contributor to the soil in t...

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spanish trace gardens
This is a project to transform the barren grounds of a 24 unit apartment building in Indialantic, Florida into a productive permaculture landscape. Currently, only a small portion of the grounds have been converted to garden space but a fair amount of interest has been shown by the neighbors alre...
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Nova Oikos - Permacultura e Decrescimento
Nova Oikos is an ongoing project under construction. It is a dream, a utopia on its way to reality! We operate in a kind of “slow management” … after all this is not a job, but a project of life and society!
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Mildred GUSTACK DELAMBRE
II Curso de Design em Permacultura (PDC) da Nova Oikos 14 à 22 de junho, 2014 (FERIADÃO + Jogos da Copa) Possibilidade de chegada dia 13/06 a partir das 19h. Facilitado pelos experientes permacultores Jorge Timmermann e Suzana Maringoni, da Estação de Permacultura Yvy Porã. http://yvypora.wo...

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