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SUSTAINABLE CULTURE
PERMACULTURE MOVEMENT
PERMACULTURE VISION
PERMACULTURE DESIGN COURSE
BILL MOLLISON
LIVING
INFORMATION
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ARCHITECTURE
LEARNING
INTRODUCTION
IDEAS
THINKING
BEST
EARTH
PRODUCTIVITY
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RELATIONSHIPS
HELP
THEMSELVES
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INDIVIDUALS
CENTRAL THEME
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
CONTRACTION
ORGANIC GARDENING
WRONG PLACE
PUBLICATION
BOOKS RELATED
ORIGINS
ENVIRONMENT
NATURE
NATURAL ECOSYSTEMS
FOREST GARDENING
DESIGN SYSTEM
SYSTEMS
SYSTEM
LAND
BUILDINGS
SUSTAINABLE LIVING
SUSTAINABILITY
PEOPLE
WAYS
FARM
FARMING
FARMERS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Permaculture"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Permaculture is a broad-based and holistic approach that has many applications to all aspects of life.
  2. Permaculture is a design system for harmoniously integrating the natural world and people.
  3. Permaculture is a synthesis of ecology and geography, observation and design. (Web site)
  4. Permaculture is a contraction of "permanent agriculture" and was coined by Bill Mollison, an Australian forest ecologist, in 1978. (Web site)
  5. Permaculture is a design system which aims to create sustainable habitats by following nature's patterns.

Sustainable Culture

  1. Permaculture provides an ethical & holistic foundation for sustainable culture. (Web site)

Permaculture Movement

  1. No-dig gardening was developed by Australian Esther Deans and became an important tool in the Permaculture movement.

Permaculture Vision

  1. Thus the permaculture vision of permanent or sustainable agriculture has evolved to one of permanent or sustainable culture.

Permaculture Design Course

  1. Also I would recommend training in Permaculture, either through the available books and magazines, or by taking a Permaculture Design course. (Web site)

Bill Mollison

  1. The word "permaculture" was coined in 1978 by Bill Mollison, an Australian ecologist, and one of his students, David Holmgren.
  2. The foundation text was Permaculture One which was published in 1978, a joint work between myself and Bill Mollison.
  3. Credit, above all to Bill Mollison and secondly to Yankee Permaculture, is proper and appreciated.

Living

  1. Although it has no concise definition, permaculture is a design for living. (Web site)

Information

  1. Site has information and links on permaculture. (Web site)

Part

  1. Permaculture expands edible landscaping to consider all of the elements that are part of a natural self-sustaining landscape. (Web site)
  2. Permaculture can be viewed as part of the paradigm shift that all of society is experiencing. (Web site)

Architecture

  1. This echoes the Pattern language of Christopher Alexander used in architecture which has been an inspiration for many permaculture designers.

Learning

  1. Offers permaculture courses by distance learning. (Web site)

Introduction

  1. Starhawk and Donna are at work on their next film, an introduction to permaculture.

Ideas

  1. Collection of writings and ideas about permaculture. (Web site)

Thinking

  1. But the thinking behind permaculture is really based on this idea of reducing that energy availability and how you work with that in a creative way.

Best

  1. David Holmgren is best known as the co-originator with Bill Mollison of the Permaculture concept put forth in "Permaculture One" in 1978.

Earth

  1. Permaculture The Earth includes information about sustainable design and interactive forums for the discussion of topics related to permaculture.

Productivity

  1. The Permaculture Design Course is for anyone interested in gaining skills and perspective for sustainable living and productivity.

Study

  1. Permaculture derives practical techniques & principles from the study of natural systems & applies them to earth repair & care. (Web site)

Relationships

  1. However, permaculture is more about planning for relationships among these elements than it is about the elements themselves. (Web site)
  2. The relationships between these disciplines were elaborated into a novel design system termed permaculture. (Web site)
  3. In a Permaculture design, decisions flow naturally from observations of these relationships. (Web site)

Help

  1. International Seed Saving Institute consults with NGO's and developers to help provide seeds, seed-saving education and permaculture designs.

Themselves

  1. Raised beds lend themselves to the development of complex agriculture systems that utilize many of the principles and methods of Permaculture.

Pollution

  1. Permaculture offers a radical approach to food production and urban renewal, water, energy and pollution.

Individuals

  1. The aim is to link travelers with individuals and organizations involved in sustainable agriculture, forestry, permaculture, and ecological restoration. (Web site)

Central Theme

  1. A central theme in permaculture is the design of ecological landscapes that produce food. (Web site)

Sustainable Development

  1. Through permaculture & sustainable development we will be better able to increase the quality rather than the quantity of our lives. (Web site)

Contraction

  1. It is a contraction of "permanent agriculture" or "permanent culture." Permaculture is about designing ecological human habitats and food production systems. (Web site)
  2. A contraction of "permanent agriculture," the word "permaculture" was coined by Australian Bill Mollison in the late 1970s. (Web site)

Organic Gardening

  1. In general, the technique of organic gardening lies on two agricultural concept: permaculture and biodynamic agriculture.
  2. A good workshop for those who have taken Introduction to Organic Gardening and Permaculture.

Wrong Place

  1. Thus it is a further principle of permaculture that " pollution is energy in the wrong place".

Publication

  1. A design approach called 'permaculture' was their response and was first made public with the publication of Permaculture One in 1978.

Books Related

  1. Permanent Publications - Permanent Publications is a UK based business that specialises in the publication and distribution of books related to permaculture.

Origins

  1. Permaculture has developed from its origins in Australia into an international 'movement'.

Environment

  1. Both philosophical and practical, Hart discusses gardening, agroforestry, permaculture, the environment, and what constitutes a proper diet. (Web site)
  2. Permaculture promotes organic agriculture which does not use pesticides to pollute the environment.
  3. Permaculture is the art and science of designing human beings' place in the environment. (Web site)

Nature

  1. In permaculture, we are learning from the working systems of nature to plan to fix the sick landscapes of human agricultural and city systems. (Web site)
  2. However like "nature", the permaculture concept evolves with time making its definition difficult.
  3. A permaculture design incorporates a diversity of species & interrelations between species, & allows for the continuous evolution that occurs in Nature. (Web site)

Natural Ecosystems

  1. Permaculture started out in the 1970s as a sustainable alternative to modern agriculture, taking its inspiration from natural ecosystems. (Web site)

Forest Gardening

  1. Forest gardening is an important element of permaculture. (Web site)
  2. Tikopians practice an intensive permaculture system, similar in principle to forest gardening and the gardens of the New Guinea highlands.
  3. Tikopians practice an intensive permaculture system similar in principle to forest gardening, and the gardens of the New Guinea highlands.

Design System

  1. Permaculture, a design system which emulates natural patterns and maximizes productivity, is being taught throughout Havana. (Web site)

Systems

  1. This does not mean that there is no possibility of making a living from permaculture systems.
  2. Permaculture systems provide for their own needs, do not exploit or pollute, & are therefore sustainable. (Web site)

System

  1. The ethical basis of permaculture rests upon care of the earth-maintaining a system in which all life can thrive.

Land

  1. Since permaculture is not a production system, per se, but rather a land use planning philosophy, it is not limited to a specific method of production. (Web site)

Buildings

  1. On one level, permaculture deals with plants, animals, buildings, and infrastructures (water, energy, communications). (Web site)

Sustainable Living

  1. Also publish ans sell books, tools & products related to permaculture and sustainable living.
  2. David Holmgren: Permaculture is a design system for sustainable living and land use.
  3. But, there are many other definitions of permaculture, just as there are many definitions of sustainable living. (Web site)

Sustainability

  1. You will find wwoof hosts here that will offer apprenticeships on organic farms, permaculture, renewable energy, and many other aspects of sustainability.

People

  1. One of the places, for example, where people interested in permaculture go to study that, as much as to help, is Cuba.
  2. Permaculture designs incorporate food, energy, and shelter for people and animals while linking the needs and outputs of each element of the system.

Ways

  1. Permaculture is built upon an ethic of caring for the earth and interacting with the environment in mutually beneficial ways. (Web site)
  2. Permaculture is, in many ways, acting out our commitment to Deep Ecology.

Farm

  1. So, as things stand it is quite hard for a permaculture farm to compete with a "conventional " farm in order to grow basic fruit and veg.

Farming

  1. Permaculture concepts also reach beyond farming and gardens that into designs for all types of resilient, sustainable structures, both physical and social. (Web site)

Farmers

  1. It is also promoting a project (permaculture) to protect ecosysytems where farmers used to cut down trees for shifting cultivation.

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