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The Earthius Project
The Earthius Project
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9261 Blackley Lake Road, Wake Forest, NC, US
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Warm Temperate

Daniel Twedt
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The Earthius Project

Project Type

Residential, Demonstration, Educational, Financial Economic

Project Summary

The Earthius Project is both a physical demonstration site for applied permaculture principles, as well as a social movement local to eastern North Carolina that aims to increase interest, skills and community via Permaculture Ethics. We run workshops and classes on food production, system design, system construction, and the socio-economic implications of permaculture thinking.

Project Description

Saving the planet is a dirty job, but I love doing it. The earth is a vibrant, breathing, pulsing being that needs to be understood and loved, before we can cooperate with her and protect her. So stick around, and you will find out all kinds of reasons to appreciate Mother Earth. Along the way, you will relearn the ancient wisdoms of balance and gratitude, of give and take, that have made our beautiful planet so willing to provide for us. But time is running out. She is dying. And like a cornered animal, she will fight back. In the end, if we continue down the road laid by the industrial revolution and the progress of the 20th century, it will not be we who destroy our beautiful planet, but rather Mother Earth who destroys us.


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