resilience

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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How to Compost Your Pain

By Dido Dunlop (part of a talk at our New Zealand Permaculture gathering 2015, exploring how we can apply Nature’s ecosystems model to human relationships,…

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Living on the Edges

One of the many things that I connect with in permaculture, is that ‘edges are where the action is’. I have spent my whole life…

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Principles of Presence:

Applying Permaculture Design and Integral Theory to Personal Development By Jennifer English Morgan The image of a woman wearing a golden straw hat with a…

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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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