Permaculture can be used as a tool to improve all aspects of our lives. During pregnancy, its easy to become overwhelmed by the bombardment from media and people of what you ‘ should be’ doing, how you should look and what you should buy. Permaculture provides an empowering framework through which to curate pregnancy decisions.
Read More Permaculture for Pregnancy
Am I done with choosing struggle? What would it be like to navigate the unknown with play? This is the story of how a tree showed me a way.
Read More Lessons From A Tree: Living and Creating With Earth As Play
I think of the countless beings displaced by and lost to the flames, of the places and plants and memories mingling in the ash, of all those struggling to breathe.
Read More Caring for (More-than-Natal) Kin in Times of Loss
Integrity dynamics and identity
Read More Integrity dynamics
How many types of root vegetables do you grow?
Read More Tales from the Underground: types of root vegetables to grow
By Gudrun Cartwright As a woman in my late forties,…
Read More Approaching menopause as a childfree woman
War, what is it good for? We need more compassion and understanding.
Read More War, what is it good for?
By Julia Pereira Dias Aren’t we the selfless ones? “My…
Read More The Best Advice
Learning a new way of living from an elder Iranian farmer…
Read More Strength and Resistance à la Woman
Using permaculture ethics in public education to engage children in sustainable efforts.
Read More Permaculture Ethics in Public Education
Gardening diversity is essential for balance and harmony, as is diversity in our lives.
Read More Gardening Diversity in Our Lives and Our Communities
We can use celtic wisdom and regenerative culture to deepen our connection with the Earth
Read More Celtic Wisdom and Regenerative Culture — After Corona Virus
When I enrolled in a Permaculture Design Course in 2013, my youngest child was only three months old, and we had only recently landed in Scotland. I had spent most of my adult life away from Scotland…
Read More Mapping and landing in a living world: how a Permaculture Design Course helped me organize my life
In-Situ composting. Why you need it & how to do it right.
Read More In-Situ Composting in Your Garden
By Julia Pereira Dias Nothing causes as much frustration as…
Read More How to Free Yourself from Expectations
How to reconcile creativity and parenting
Read More Creativity and Parenting
Despite what Western media commonly reports, there is permaculture in Iran.
Read More Finding Permaculture in Iran
COVID-19, time to embrace complexity By Luiza Oliveira As expected,…
Read More The Most Vulnerable even More Vulnerable Now
By Heather Jo Flores By no means an exhaustive selection…
Read More 12 Plants to Grow When Gardening with Children
By Heather Jo Flores I am primarily a food gardener,…
Read More Ten Medicinal Flowers that I always plant in every garden
By Julia Pereira Dias A lot of our expectations are…
Read More What is the Price for Belonging?
By Priya Logan One of the most impactful books I…
Read More Love in the time of Corona
By Dido Dunlop Green Tara is a role model, to…
Read More Green Tara, The Ecofeminist Goddess, Shows Us How To Embody Regenerative Culture
By Gudrun Cartwright As always, I was fascinated by what…
Read More Having kids in a climate crisis: can you do it? I’m too scared
Some hard truths about growing food and medicine.
Read More Growing Food and Medicine: The Good, The Bad and The Heartbreak
By Becky Ellis The 2020s are going to be about…
Read More Ecotopia? Other worlds are possible but only through struggle
By Julia Pereira Dias Few terms get the heat up…
Read More Everyone is Fake!
Permaculture approaches to feeding the world in a changing climate, planting trees to feed future generations.
Read More Planting Trees to Feed Future Generations
How patriarchy makes us blind to healthy sisterhood, and how to reclaim it back with women in permaculture.
Read More Why do we need to hear more from women in permaculture?
By Klaudia van Gool Last month I joined the Extinction…
Read More Eco activism – why I got myself arrested
By Gudrun Cartwright Today I need to write. For the…
Read More Writing to get my mojo back
By Julia Pereira Dias So, I hear that positive thinking…
Read More Have We Reached the End of Positive Thinking?
The benefits of teaching permaculture extend beyond disseminating knowledge to exploring personal edges and enjoying the thrill of living in the moment.
Read More Why I love teaching permaculture
By Gudrun Cartwright Will Generation X please stand up? It…
Read More Calling Generation X: is it up to us to save the planet?
By Gudrun Cartwright What does the term ‘grown up’ bring…
Read More What does it mean to be an adult in the 21st Century?
By Julia Pereira Dias Not everyone is frustrated about not…
Read More Thou Shalt Not Unhamster