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Permacultura Mediterranea PermaMed
Permacultura Mediterranea PermaMed
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Mallorca, Balearic Islands, ES
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Adam  Thomas Angel Cereceda Bram van Overbeeke Eduardo Ramos Azcutia Guido Knibbe heinrich lorenzen João Gonçalves Jonathan Takeda Bessone Jose Ansoleaga Ayala Judit Pinol Castillo María Luz Cardozo Miguel Ángel Vargas Sergio Nicolás Torrego Thomas Reiner Tommaso Brazzini
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Permacultura Mediterranea PermaMed

Project Type

Urban, Rural, Demonstration, Educational, Permaculture Local Group Transition Town Permablitz

Project Summary

Permacultura Mediterránea is an association that promotes regenerative systems, permaculture design and other tools for a better and more sustainable life in Mediterranean bioregions. We support individuals and groups who are designing, sharing and implementing permaculture. We offer activities, classes, workshops, permaculture resources and services, sustainability and regenerative design. Permaculture is our passion and we believe it to be key in times of crisis and change like the present.

Project Description

Our Vision: At PermaMed, we work towards a growing community of people and organisations living off of the abundance the eco-system offers us, learning from and working in collaboration with all beings to improve our living conditions. We aim to create fertile soil for creativity, connection and life. Our Mission: – Maximise creativity and personal as well as community development through education, investigation, internal work and celebration in a context of respect for all that surrounds us. – Facilitate comprehension of Permaculture and regenarative methods through our demonstration sites. – Educate in and research design for sustainability. – Empower individuals to be able to cover their personal basic needs such as shelter, food, health, clothing and energy, herewith increasing self-sufficiency of people and communities and return the value to local products and workmanship. – Provide tools to each member of society to get closer to his/her holistic vision and therefore easier reach the society’s holistic goal. – Promote consciousness and implementation of lifestyles in resilient communities based on Deep Ecology. – Divulge Ecoliteracy.


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