decolonizing permaculture

Dry Stone Walls

Dry stone walls are a significant part of the landscape in many parts of the world. They are built in places where there are plenty of stones nearby, and where trees don’t thrive well enough to create hedges or to provide materials for fencing.
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Emergent Herbalism; plants, people, and culture

The cross-cultural use of herbs and herbal medicine has experienced a significant resurgence in the past several decades. This emergent herbalism has become a popular method of alternative medicine as well as a profitable commercial industry.
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Permies of the world unite!

A manifesto for an internationalist permaculture movement By Becky Ellis Migration, the movement of people over landscapes, is, arguably, one of the defining characteristics of…

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Thank-you India

A report back from the International Permaculture Conference and Convergence in Hyderabad, India. By Becky Ellis In November 2017, I had the amazing experience of…

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Permaculture on the edge

Building an anti/beyond/despite capitalist movement By Becky Ellis Permaculture is a philosophy and set of practices aimed at creating regenerative human spaces that mimic natural…

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