Growing Urban Community Resilience Gardens in Los Angeles
by Devorah Brous I’ve been working with faith-institutions since 2011 to repurpose vacant institutional land into edible gardens and orchards to foster healthy, water-wise environments…
Permaculture in the City: a sampler of inspiring urban agriculture projects
How to Have Difficult Conversations
Do you want to teach permaculture? Here’s what you need to know.
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…
Chicken shed dilemmas! Mistakes are tools for learning…
Dry Stone Walls
What’s so permanent about permaculture?
On people care, cultural emergence and the mindset of abundance — a conversation with Looby Macnamara
What is Rewilding? Here’s another view
Community Woodlands: Nurturing trees and people
Emergent Herbalism; plants, people, and culture
Why my farm isn’t a “Permaculture Farm”
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…
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…
Standing Rock and the Battle to Regain our Humanity
Design Thinking: Cultivating a Designer’s Mind
Decolonizing seeds and the feminine side of things — a conversation with Rowen White
Strategies for urban land access
On urban permaculture, eco-activism and co-creation of space with non-human animals — a conversation with Becky Ellis
On permaculture, entitlement, and that pesky third ethic: all aboard the elephant in the room
By Heather Jo Flores “Contact with the soil reminds us that we are an integral part of nature, rather than feeling shut out and excluded.…
Towards a Socially Sustainable Permaculture — Some Practical Steps
Let’s Talk People Care: Decolonizing Permaculture
The Art of Hosting within permaculture
What’s permaculture got to do with the housing crisis?
Decolonising Permaculture: a Welsh Perspective
Ctrl Alt Shi(f)t: Shi(f)t in Alternative Spaces
What is the definition of Permaculture?
Decolonizing Permaculture: Bridging the gap between privilege and oppression
by Heather Jo Flores As Published in issue #98 of Permaculture Design Magazine, November 2015 First of all, I want to say that I do…
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…