An exploration of an alternative view on a common perennial weed: approaching with curiosity, gratitude and a sense of reciprocity.
Read More Teachings of the Thistle￼
Circular economy is not just a big concept for governments and economists, but something real that we can immediately put into practice as individuals.
Read More Regenerating Our Reality through Circular Economy
A critical exploration of the concepts of balance and self-sustenance as applied in permaculture and ecological agriculture.
Read More The role of the farmer in a thriving agro-ecological system
Imagining a Permaculture life in 1916
Read More Foremother: A review of Herland by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
"Opinion is the medium between knowledge and ignorance" --Plato
Read More When we don’t know enough, what good does opinion do?
Does permaculture have what it takes to evolve?
Read More Women Who Ask, Women Who Listen: Social Permaculture and Laying Stones for Peace
Our ecovillage set up ‘invisible structures’, to build a strong community, to work together well, from practical land care to our deepest vision.
Read More Community Building: Social and Spiritual Permaculture for Intentional Communities and Transition Towns
Permaculture offers a rich toolkit for designing for holistic abundance not only in our landscapes, but our personal finances as well.
Read More My Permaculture Wealth Building Journey
Food and water are the baselines of every culture. We will neglect every single thing good about any culture until we understand why people eat and how they eat, and how passed down from generations and generations the “question of food” really is. There is no healing at all until one heals its relationship with food.
Read More And then there is food.
I think some of us have given up on trying to reach remaining humans outside of our bubbles.
Read More Questioning role-models
We, humans, invented language to name things to understand them by expanding on their meaning, but my proposal is that right now it hinders our understanding of things more than it helps. Particularly language that it’s either too formal or too loose in terms of meaning and understanding.
Read More Social Permaculture: Language and its barriers to understanding
A poem about wounds created by Patriarchy, Religion, and Capitalism.
Read More Colonial Trauma: No, I Won’t Confess, I Will Say It Out Loud!
by Matilde Magro Whether you follow me on Medium, Facebook,…
Read More Reappropriating our inherent natural culture
by Devorah Brous I’ve been working with faith-institutions since 2011…
Read More Growing Urban Community Resilience Gardens in Los Angeles
I think of the countless beings displaced by and lost to the flames, of the places and plants and memories mingling in the ash, of all those struggling to breathe.
Read More Caring for (More-than-Natal) Kin in Times of Loss
How do we have difficult conversations? Any time we expect a conversation to be(come) difficult, it is because we assume that either the other person will reject what we propose or they will be hurt by what we share with them. I want to talk about the latter.
Read More How to Have Difficult Conversations
The future of life on Earth is uncertain and our lifetimes are finite. Consider our own deaths as well as the possibilities of climate catastrophe.
Read More Embers of Hope: Embracing Life in an Age of Ecological Destruction and Climate Chaos
It’s interesting how a simple act of kindness can multiply itself into thousands of good deeds in a short time, but how does that happen?
Read More Kindness Circles, surrounding community
Dying Creatively: Using permaculture design to improve how we die
Read More The Art Of Dying Creatively
Resources for the queer people in permaculture
Read More We can do better: Resources and Options for Solidarity with Queer people in permaculture.
Integrity dynamics and identity
Read More Integrity dynamics
Sample design description and activity worksheet for GOBRADIMET.
Read More A Design Cycle Application: GOBRADIMET
What does the 2008 crisis, illegal drug cartels, your mental health and seed saving have in common? A lot more than you’d think.
Read More Seed Saving: If not us, who?
Are you able to approach life with an abundance mindset?
Read More Abundance Mindset, Scarcity Mindset
Permaculture communication skills, speaking with compassion and the need to be understood.
Read More Permaculture communication skills
Best online permaculture course for women and by women
Read More 5 Reasons You Should Take this Online Permaculture Design Course
Reclaiming our sense of belonging.
Read More Plants as Friends and Family Members
By Julia Pereira Dias Aren’t we the selfless ones? “My…
Read More The Best Advice
Governments vs people power, hierarchies vs networks and response to crisis.
Read More Hierarchies vs Networks
Using permaculture ethics in public education to engage children in sustainable efforts.
Read More Permaculture Ethics in Public Education
Racism and climate change are linked in many ways. We must be anti-racist environmentalists.
Read More It’s not enough to be an environmentalist. We must be anti-racist environmentalists.
Gardening diversity is essential for balance and harmony, as is diversity in our lives.
Read More Gardening Diversity in Our Lives and Our Communities
We can use celtic wisdom and regenerative culture to deepen our connection with the Earth
Read More Celtic Wisdom and Regenerative Culture — After Corona Virus
Doulas and permaculture ethics.
Read More Doulas and Permaculture
COVID-19, time to embrace complexity By Luiza Oliveira As expected,…
Read More The Most Vulnerable even More Vulnerable Now
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