Are you able to approach life with an abundance mindset?
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they’re easier to build than you might think By Heather Jo…
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For people who have their own yard, starting a garden is easy. But for those who don’t have easy access to land, starting a garden takes a little more effort.
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By Heather Jo Flores Tips for cloudy skies tomato gardeners…
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group plants together for specific reasons, encourage them to spread into permanent, self-managing landscapes
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By Heather Jo Flores It’s always a good day for…
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By Karryn Olson Often, after an in-depth permaculture learning experience,…
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Some hard truths about growing food and medicine.
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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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Permaculture approaches to feeding the world in a changing climate, planting trees to feed future generations.
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Delicious, drought-tolerant, easy to grow…what’s not to love? by Heather Jo…
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How to create accurate base maps.
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Permanent permaculture, is it possible?
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By Helen iles It’s early morning. The sun is already…
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What is Rewilding? Is rewilding a way of off-setting normal life?
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Need to attract a more diverse group of insects and pollinators? Here's how to grow a pollinator garden.
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A report back from the International Permaculture Conference and Convergence…
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Urban land access can be difficult but there are ways to get past this barrier.
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By Heather Jo Flores “Contact with the soil reminds us…
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Microclimate, finding home & a sense of place
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Earth Based Spirituality, using Earth, fire, air, water and spirit to as a tool to design my journey to Andalucía.
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We’ve now gone so far beyond what is appropriate for our culture, for our health, and for the planet that it is time to bring technology back to scale. The problem is the solution.
Read More Problem is the solution: keeping it simple
Applying Permaculture Design and Integral Theory to Personal Development By…
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