A beginner-friendly guide to turning your annual garden into a food forest, with a list of over 100 edible perennial vegetables for a variety of climates.
Read More 100+ Perennial Vegetables for Your Permaculture Food Forest
by Matilde Magro Ever think that you might have a…
Read More Herbalism and The Great Forgetting
by Matilde Magro There are social, ecological, and spiritual structures…
Read More Explaining regeneration and its expansion beyond the limits of culture
Sample design description and activity worksheet for GOBRADIMET.
Read More A Design Cycle Application: GOBRADIMET
Learning a new way of living from an elder Iranian farmer…
Read More Strength and Resistance à la Woman
5 tips for growing vegetables from seed successfully
Read More Growing vegetables from Seed
Gardening diversity is essential for balance and harmony, as is diversity in our lives.
Read More Gardening Diversity in Our Lives and Our Communities
It might not be obvious how to use permaculture in your daily life, but this article will show you how.
Read More 12 Ways To Use Permaculture In Your Daily Life
By Heather Jo Flores What Weeds Indicate About the Condition…
Read More What do weeds indicate about your soil?
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.
Read More Gaining Ground: 8 places to grow food if you don’t have access to land
There are plenty of good reasons to develop a skill…
Read More Big yields From a Small Garden: Growing Food in Small Spaces
group plants together for specific reasons, encourage them to spread into permanent, self-managing landscapes
Read More If You Guild It, They Will Come: How to Grow a Permaculture Food Forest
Some hard truths about growing food and medicine.
Read More Growing Food and Medicine: The Good, The Bad and The Heartbreak
12 Delicious and Nutritious Edible Weeds and How to Include Them in Your Diet
Read More Eat the Weeds! Edible weeds you’re probably already growing
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.
Read More Dry Stone Walls
How to create accurate base maps.
Read More Permaculture Boundaries and Base Maps
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.
Read More Emergent Herbalism; plants, people, and culture
Increase vitality through connection with common weeds, examine your attitude to nettle and dandelion to bring you back to life.
Read More Increase vitality, joy and love
A report back from the International Permaculture Conference and Convergence…
Read More Thank-you India
Whether you are an old expert at seed stewardship or…
Read More Seed saving for beginners
Here are Twelve Rs of recycling to help guide you on your way to cutting down on waste. It may seem a simple goal, but it can be eye opening, and have surprising repercussions in all aspects of your life.
Read More Waste Not Want Not: Twelve Rs of Recycling
Some ideas for improving access to nature connection if you, or someone you are close to, has an illness or disability meaning they find it difficult to be outdoors and need to bring nature inside.
Read More Bringing Nature Inside
Surprise yourself in the garden with self-seeding plants.
Read More Self-Seeding Plants in the Garden Farm
Earth Based Spirituality, using Earth, fire, air, water and spirit to as a tool to design my journey to Andalucía.
Read More Earth Based Spirituality and Permaculture — The 5 Elements as a Design Tool
Harvest time blesses with abundance, a good time to know the basics of food preservation.
Read More Eat With The Seasons: basics of food preservation
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
Home herbal skin care recipes
Read More DIY Herbal Skin Care
Here's some recipes to help you get started with the basics of fermentation.
Read More For the Love of Fermentation: basics of fermentation
Need any recipes for medicinal herbs? Herbal elixirs involve steeping medicinal herbs in honey or, maple syrup, sometimes combining them with brandy or other alcohol, or fermenting them, such as medicinal meads.
Read More Herbal Elixirs and Infusions
Are you wanting to build up your herbal medicinal cabinet? Here's how to make your own tinctures.
Read More How to Make Your Own Tinctures
Need some ideas for homemade herbal tea?
Read More Homemade Herbal Tea Blends
By Jennifer English Morgan “Design creates culture. Culture shapes values.…
Read More Emergent Design ~ Finding the White Tiger