Monthly Archives: September 2013

Permaculture Principle: Interdependence

After reading yet another article on an “all natural” pesticide, I decided that we need to talk a bit about Interdependence and how it applies when dealing with insects. Specifically when we are dealing with what we call pests. The … Continue reading

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Permaculture Principle: The value of taking incremental steps.

When Mr. Holmgren speaks of taking incremental steps in his 12 principles of Permaculture, he is undoubtedly talking about preventing making major errors as you observe and make adjustments in your design. Today I want to talk about another great … Continue reading

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A short video on the value of soil building

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Ecological Conciousness-

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…but is it Permaculture?

I came to write this article because I research while working I find that there is a lot of division in the Permaculture community as to what Permaculture is and is not. Some of the common debates are between people … Continue reading

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Project Nuevo Mundo by the Earth Odyssey Bus tour.

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Zachary Weiss speaking on what he learned during his time with Sepp Holzer

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Peter bane Permaculture in the world. A look at some permaculture designs.

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Building a backyard aquaponic system (ibc build, 3 parts)

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Farm and Homestead Resiliency Principles in Practice- Great talk from Ben Falk

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John Kohler from “growing your greens” showing how to build a fully recycled raise bed garden.

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Taking Frugal Gardening To A New Level

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Backyard Permaculture- Great “how to” design video.

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George Monbiot- a new future for nature

RSA This video is a bit outside our normal “how to” and basic permaculture theory videos, but I think Mr. Monbiot discusses some important views on the interdependence of natural systems. this knowledge can be very valuable to the permaculture … Continue reading

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Time Lapse- How to build a lasagna (sheet mulch) garden

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