Voices of Women in Permaculture

Rants, opinions, politics, relationships–this section of our magazine hosts a huge diversity of articles from women all over the world.

Somos Naturaleza

Interiorizando nuestro ecosistema interior By Rosaura Ruiz Parece una cosa bastante obvia, pero que si la entendemos verdaderamente (no con la mente, sino con las…

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Nature of a Resilient Heart

By Nihan Sevinc Uncertain times call for resilient hearts. Hearts that know how to feel and release. A resilient heart welcomes emotions, like a tree…

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The Poetic Garden

By the Spontaneously Creative Plants By Luiza Oliveira I come along when winter is no longer around. I thrive where others find too hard to be,…

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Shedding Skin

Things We Can Let Go Of In A Crisis. By Priya Logan Sometimes we are like snakes that have outgrown our skins. Sometimes, we need to…

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Allotted peace

My allotment, a small gateway into the living land, has been of prime importance to my connection to the ground of Permaculture. I have been…

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Everyone is Fake!

By Julia Pereira Dias Few terms get the heat up as quickly as ‘fake’ these days. Everybody hates the fakes. Except here is the truth:…

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Matavenero

The time I visited the oldest ecocommunity in Spain By Elena Pollen Long before moving to Spain, or, a few months actually, my partner &…

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Tribute to Polly

By Aline Van Moerbeke A couple of months ago we spoke, not long, but she was there, in flesh and blood, shining and vibrating, alive.…

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What’s in a Name?

Arbitrary label or a point of connection? By Roshnii Rose What’s in a name? That which we call a rose,By any other name would smell…

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A Long Way Home

By Helen iles It’s early morning. The sun is already flooding the woodland scene outside my window, when a robin hops onto the patio table…

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Thou Shalt Not Unhamster

By Julia Pereira Dias Not everyone is frustrated about not having followed their dreams. I know a number of wonderful people that live the ‘normal…

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How to Compost Your Pain

By Dido Dunlop (part of a talk at our New Zealand Permaculture gathering 2015, exploring how we can apply Nature’s ecosystems model to human relationships,…

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