Spiritual gardening, the way out of suffering.
Ever walked along a Chinese garden, public or private, urban or rural? It’s interesting maybe for you to know that if you did, it taught…
We can do better: Resources and Options for Solidarity with Queer people in permaculture.
Seed Saving: If not us, who?
Hierarchies vs Networks
Celtic Wisdom and Regenerative Culture — After Corona Virus
Finding Permaculture in Iran
The Most Vulnerable even More Vulnerable Now
COVID-19, time to embrace complexity By Luiza Oliveira As expected, COVID-19 has been spreading exponentially (1). Safety measurements have been oriented by the World Health…
Interiorizando nuestro ecosistema interior By Rosaura Ruiz Parece una cosa bastante obvia, pero que si la entendemos verdaderamente (no con la mente, sino con las…
What is the Price for Belonging?
By Julia Pereira Dias A lot of our expectations are not our own. Culture shapes what we think about the world, about what people, including…
Love in the time of Corona
By Priya Logan One of the most impactful books I have ever read was The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, which is a memoir transcribed…
Avoid These Common Mistakes After Your Permaculture Design Certificate Course…
By Karryn Olson Often, after an in-depth permaculture learning experience, folks emerge with the desire to change their living or working situations so that they…
How can our we create regenerative livelihoods?
Small-scale farmers — not lab-based foods — can help save the planet
Ecotopia? Other worlds are possible but only through struggle
By Becky Ellis The 2020s are going to be about struggle but if we do it right, it will be collective and (mostly) joyful Everyone who…
Toward a permaculture for the people
Are you in Right Relation?
On people care, cultural emergence and the mindset of abundance — a conversation with Looby Macnamara
Accessing Permaculture for People with Disability and/or Chronic Illness
Emergent Herbalism; plants, people, and culture
Where have all the grownups gone? Ecological responsibility
By Gudrun Cartwright Having recently had a birthday that makes me closer to 50 than to 40, I am, if we’re honest well into middle age.…
We are the ones we are been waiting for
By Gudrun Cartwright I was born in 1972. This means, that by any stretch of the imagination, I am halfway through my life now. Depending…
Book Review: Water in Plain Sight by Judith D Schwartz
Decoloniziation for Beginners: Inner and Outer Vision
Using the land and our tangible environments as the palette of living changes everything. Life is not just an idea that lives in the head,…
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…
How to grow a pollinator garden
On placemaking, true diversity and intercontinental cross-pollination — a conversation with Ridhi D’Cruz
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…
Using Cultural Emergence for Social and Environmental Change
Standing Rock and the Battle to Regain our Humanity
Design Thinking: Cultivating a Designer’s Mind
Fertile Resistance and Reconciliation; An Indigenous Woman’s Response to the Recent Global Corporate Seed Mergers
Permaculture Design: Outside the Box…and Into Nature
Decolonizing seeds and the feminine side of things — a conversation with Rowen White
Waste Not Want Not: Twelve Rs of Recycling
The fight is on. Abortion rights
By Gosia Rokicka On Friday 23rd March 2018 Polish women (and everyone else who supports the cause) will speak out against Polish parliament’s plan to…