View from the wonderful pond with forest view I have been traveling around the world for the last 5 years working on permaculture projects and communities in several countries. I shared my nomadic journey in 2 articles which you can see here and here . I decided to settle down for a while and bring… Read more »
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Tom Kendall from the Permaculture Research Institute Sunshine Coast shows how he feeds the 5m3 biodigester to create biogas for use in the kitchen.
By Cheri‐Lynn McCabe and Sandra Bartram Photograph courtesy of Lexicon of Sustainability (http://www.lexiconofsustainability.com) “If we as human beings are to continue to live on this planet we have to stop destroying her.” –Dr. Elaine Ingham Montreal 2015 Historically, soils have not received the respect nor the attention they deserve. Mechanical and biological processes have not… Read more »
Almost all other issues are superficial by comparison to soil loss. So why don’t we talk about it? Imagine a wonderful world, a planet on which there was no threat of climate breakdown, no loss of freshwater, no antibiotic resistance, no obesity crisis, no terrorism, no war. Surely, then, we would be out of major… Read more »
It’ such a key part of our lives – indeed, all of life – that it can be said to be quite literally elementary; but much of the way in which this vital force is being used appears sometimes to lack some understanding of what water is, and how it behaves. A Fragile Resource? Much… Read more »
I have seen on Ted, about Allan Savory, then the photos Before/After about holistic management, that make me feel better. By miraculous chance, I discovered those articles on PRI written by Dan Palmer about holistic management. Therefore I started to work on those articles. I studied, summarized, in a mind map way, all the questions… Read more »
The Permaculture Research Insitute’s, Geoff Lawton, stopped by the Hunt Utilities Group and took a tour of the campus. He toured the gardens, the demonstration housing and gave a lecture on designing an urban landscape with Permaculture designs. Recorded on 08/18/14
We are seeking expressions of interest from an individual/s interested in setting up their own organic, permaculture or biodynamic market garden business/s within Honeycomb Valley Farm, Nabiac, NSW. We have land available (initially 3 acres to 15 acres of the 90 acre farm with potential for more – this is a separate area to where… Read more »
Imagine a place that people can go to get through their problems and prepare their selves to restart a new life. Imagine that these process includes learning a permacultural way of understanding the reality. That’s what ARCAH’s project is working to reach in a therapeutic community (CT) SP- Brazil. View of our permacultural yard in… Read more »
Zaytuna Farms Solar Panels on the Shed Roof My Intentions in writing this article are to share with you my personal experiences of ten years of research as a consumer and a potential customer, just wanting to do the right thing for the earth when it comes to having a cold beer and a cool… Read more »
A video specifically for World Water Day, 2012, from Michael To bring awareness to World Water Day, we are sharing two very interesting videos created and shared by Michael from Vsauce on youtube.
This is a film about a bunch of ordinary people caught up in a modern day multinational “gold rush” to secure and exploit coal seam gas. With endorsements from: “If you care about our country, see it!” – Alan Jones “No Australian voter should miss this film” – Bob Brown Fracking… Read more »