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P3 Permaculture
P3 Permaculture
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Montreal, QC, CA
Climate zone:
Cold Temperate

Amanda Dunn Conrad Goulet Darren Shield Geneviève L'Heureux Joshua Reed Karina Cabrera Mylène Pinard-L'Abbée Nathan Crockford Tala Chebib
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P3 Permaculture

Project Type

Urban, Rural, Residential, Balcony Garden, Commercial, Intentional Communities, Community, School Projects, Philanthropic aid, Demonstration, Educational, Permaculture Local Group Transition Town Permablitz, Financial Economic, Legal, Political

Project Summary

P3 Permaculture is a social enterprise with a mission to promote appropriate ecological solutions that profit the planet and its inhabitants. We provide the training and resources you need, whether you plan to become a permaculture designer, a community organizer, or simply a more ecologically conscious individual.

Project Description

At P3 we believe in:>Permaculture: A design process that incorporates principles derived from the observation of nature to create conscious design solutions resulting in a holistic ecologically abundant society.>Accessibility: Solutions that are simple, practical, attractive, affordable and appropriate.>Abundance: Solutions that promote good food, healthy lifestyles, happiness, leisure, wealth and resilience for the planet and its people.>Legacy: Creating lasting solutions. Systems that provide for the needs of the plant and its inhabitants, today and tomorrow. >Community: Establishing supportive networks of people and organizations. >Knowledge Sharing: Encouraging dynamic and diverse knowledge exchange - traditional, innovative, intergenerational, intercultural, sustainable practices, skill sharing and beyond. >Supporting Entrepreneurship: Creating an ecosystem of enterprises that support and share resources, while providing opportunities for mutual development and growth.>Healthy Choices: Sharing information on, and increasing access to, healthy food, meaningful employment and enriching lifestyles.>Happiness: Having fun! Increasing positive and fulfilling experiences everyday, in life and work.>Evolution: Incorporating ideas and solutions from: outside research and experts; our staff, clients and community; indigenous resources and nature itself; to help P3 creatively adapt and innovate.


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