Dying Creatively: Using permaculture design to improve how we die
Read More The Art Of Dying Creatively
Stitched up as we are I figure we can Lilo…
Read More We are Stitch (Let’s be Lilo!)
Resources for the queer people in permaculture
Read More We can do better: Resources and Options for Solidarity with Queer people in permaculture.
Sample design description and activity worksheet for GOBRADIMET.
Read More A Design Cycle Application: GOBRADIMET
Permaculture approaches to landing during pregnancy. By Priya Logan As…
Read More Taking stock before the stork: using permaculture to plan with pregnancy
By Dido Dunlop Our hearts and outer world grow hearty together…
Read More Buddhist Meditation and Regenerative Culture
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
Despite what Western media commonly reports, there is permaculture in Iran.
Read More Finding Permaculture in Iran
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
What is permaculture? Here's an expansive Permaculture FAQ with a collection of helpful links to help you on your permaculture learning journey.
Read More What is permaculture? A definitive FAQ for newbie permies in 2023 (with awesome illustrations!)
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
A curated collection of top-notch permaculture books by women you might not have heard about.
Read More Top 20+ Best Permaculture Books by Women
an ode to the principles and processes of nature as applied to teaching and organizing my writing career
Read More Why I use permaculture for everything
Some hard truths about growing food and medicine.
Read More Growing Food and Medicine: The Good, The Bad and The Heartbreak
A newbook about the life lessons we can learn from trees. Think Like a Tree by Sarah Spencer book review.
Read More Book Review: Think Like a Tree by Sarah Spencer
How to get rid of snails and slugs without using poison
Read More Happy Trails: organic slug and snail control
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?
Care of the Earth. Care of people. Fair surplus sharing. For whom? We need a permaculture for the people.
Read More Toward a permaculture for the people
There is a new beautiful permaculture design resource. Here is the Permaculture Design Companion by Jasmine Dale reviewed.
Read More Book Review: Permaculture Design Companion by Jasmine Dale
What it means to live in right relation
Read More Are you in Right Relation?
By Gudrun Cartwright Today I need to write. For the…
Read More Writing to get my mojo back
How to use the GOBRADIMET Design process for working on projects and in groups.
Read More GOBRADIMET+ Design process
Do you need some help organizing your life? Here is my life design card deck review.
Read More Review: Life Design Card Deck By Lisa Mcloughlin
Make a seed journal to record any ideas and visions that you would like to see grow.
Read More Seed Journal — Using Permaculture To Create A New Planner Reflection Tool
City of Refuge is Starhawk’s powerful and profound sequel to the Fifth Sacred Thing.
Read More Book Review: City of Refuge by Starhawk
Through observing community woodlands principles of nature become important.
Read More Community Woodlands: Nurturing trees and people
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
What is Ecofeminism? The five elements are one way to explain.
Read More What is Ecofeminism? In a nutshell — how to save the world
What needs to be done for decolonising learning?
Read More Decolonising learning
See where water is being lost or wasted with permaculture water design.
Read More This is Why Permaculture Water Design is So Powerful
Standing Rock became, not just a simple protest, but a working, living example of what was possible, what could be done.
Read More Standing Rock and the Battle to Regain our Humanity
Design thinking, be intentional and present with your process.
Read More Design Thinking: Cultivating a Designer’s Mind
Urban land access can be difficult but there are ways to get past this barrier.
Read More Strategies for urban land access
By Heather Jo Flores “Contact with the soil reminds us…
Read More On permaculture, entitlement, and that pesky third ethic: all aboard the elephant in the room