To help keep the word going and provide a place to find news of what is happening in the world of permaculture, here is another post with the latest from around the web.
The Edible Yard: Landscaping and Permaculture
This is the second article in as many days I’ve run across from Epoch Times. This one features Chandra Hartman, who provides an overview of Permaculture, as well as a discussion of the difference between where landscape design begins: walk the land, draw a map, and study sun exposure, versus permaculture: determine the customer’s needs and availability to be involved with the finished product. The end of the article is about Serenbe, a 1000 acre community south of Atlanta, GA, and Seed Savers Exchange.
High Schoolers Bitten by Permaculture Bug
A column about the impact of Permaculture on High School students in California. They are doing some great work.
Permaculture in city squares, school auditoriums and neighborhood meeting places
An interview with Killian O’Brien and the work being done to ReNew, ReVision, and ReDesign Detroit using permaculture. Killian’s perspective is refreshing and cuts to the point.