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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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Featured Projects with courses

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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Richard Perkins

Richard Perkins

Richard is one of Europe's leading Permaculture designers/educators and Keyline practioners, working professionally in every major climate zone across several continents. Richard has led more...

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Alyssa Hays
For anyone in the area that is interested or just confused by some of my plant choices, our weather station has confirmed our microclimate in this valley. http://www.wunderground.com/personal-weather-station/dashboard?ID=KWASEATT334#history    We have solar panels so I suspect that my data-lov...

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Alyssa Hays
So, this is a better glimpse of what we're currently dealing with. I expect 2015 to look somewhat similar as far as the veggie beds go. Though, I will not be planting any squash or cukes in the backyard until the ecology gets stablized. I lost two entire crops of both to pill bugs and then downy...

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Viretta Food Forest
To change a blank slate, new construction space into an urban food forest. Backyard and side yards are going contain native plants beneficial to bugs, annual and perennial veggies, a fence of native berries, small orchard, and play spaces.
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Chris McLeod
The blog can be heard in mp3 format here: Sound Cloud - Chookflation The northern half of Australia was hit this week by not one, but two tropical cyclones (Marcia and Lam). Cyclone Marcia was declared a category five cyclone which is about as strong as a cyclone gets. Both cyclones have c...
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Loretta Buckner
The Lesson:  Never Question Where Your Heart Leads You. Last year, i embarked upon my first 'solo sail' PDC class...timidly and with trepidation.  It was an invaluable learning experience for me, and thankfully for my students as well!  So, in a command performance, we're doing it again this yea...

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yongo otieno
Planting trees with community helps connect people from different background and tribe too make the understand benefits of trees and foster community spirit and creates friendship and peace through interactions

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yongo otieno
Farming solutions too grow food for communities you always don't need soil or huge land in order to grow you can sustain your self with things you already have ;planting spinach at dead banana planty

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Lorenzo Costa
Well, week two has ended. I was quite busy at work and in the weekend on my land cleaning the access road, now I can get in and out easily. Thats working on the mainframe as Geoff taught us! Ok, week two started with the certainty that I needed a notebook to write down some stuff. After A while ...
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Juniper Spur Ranch
Greening the High Desert in Weed CA
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Christine Bauer
After a long time, looking to permaculture, I'm now in the course. Today, with a marathon to come to the right stage. We heard a lot of new things and I'm full of energy to start. But we are still in Zürich and so I have to wait for balcony-season..... Last November/December we were in NSWand ha...
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Home
We are transitioning our home and property to a place of production, healing, and abundance. A city lot starting as mostly sand is growing a diverse assortment of feeding, healing, and inspiring plants.
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Abundant Permaculture Farm
75 acre permaculture homestead, learning center near Asheville NC.
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Hari Wilkinson
In early march, a small team from La Décentrale will travel to several communities in France and the Iberian peninsula for the first installment of a permaculture discovery and sharing road trip. They will be meeting with initiators and contributors of many like-minded projects and communities to...
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Ernest Rando
Ernest Rando
Now living in Ohio
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Kyle Williams
My fiancee and I bought a house on 1.5 acres last October, and it's finally time to get into the full swing of transforming it into our little slice of permaculture eden.  With dandelions and daffodils blooming, and the cherry blossoms adding a hint of pink to much of my area, spring is creeping ...
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Beaver Valley Community Garden
Beaver Valley Community Garden is a community demonstration garden nestled amongst a multi-use community space in the village of Thornbury.
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Emil Hasanov
OK, since my last update - I have completed OPDC and started to consult / influence some friends. Once you complete your PDC everything regarding Permaculture seems to make sense, and you think anyone you tell about Permaculture will accept its simple and logical ideas. However, this is not the c...
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