A straightforward way to think through accessibility in your garden and plan improvements.
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Everything you need to know about choosing a Permaculture Design Certificate program, or not.
Read More What is a Permaculture Design Certificate and is it worth a big investment? Top 10 PDC FAQ’s
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￼
How much thought have you given to aging? Using the permaculture design process, consider creating a plan for your elder years.
Read More Growing Old With Permaculture
Does permaculture have what it takes to evolve?
Read More Women Who Ask, Women Who Listen: Social Permaculture and Laying Stones for Peace
We all want to become better, fitter, happier. As long as we believe in guilt and shame, though, self-improvement is bound to make us suffer.
Read More A Manifest for the Embodiment of Imperfection
A perspective on how to care for the nature and the biodiversity within and around us.
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Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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Mayne Island, British Columbia, Canada
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I don’t know you, but for me, reading self-development books has always been intensely frustrating.
Read More What is zone 00 design and why should you start yours?!
Native stories about natural spirits which comprise the reality of things can help us a lot in thinking in regenerative terms.
Read More What Indigenous spiritual knowledge can teach us about regenerative design
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
Am I done with choosing struggle? What would it be like to navigate the unknown with play? This is the story of how a tree showed me a way.
Read More Lessons From A Tree: Living and Creating With Earth As Play
by Devorah Brous I’ve been working with faith-institutions since 2011…
Read More Growing Urban Community Resilience Gardens in Los Angeles
If you live in the city, that doesn’t mean you can’t grow your own fruits and veggies! By using a few simple strategies, you can enjoy fresh homegrown fruits and veggies, year round.
Read More Permaculture For Renters
10 urban gardens that will inspire you to grow food no matter where you live
Read More Permaculture in the City: a sampler of inspiring urban agriculture projects
One of the most common sticking points for permaculture students is the base map, so let's take care of that right now!
Read More Demystifying The Permaculture Base Map
Aside from the bean growing experiments in primary school and the occasional plant part identification ditto sheet, many of us have not had any formal botanical education in botany.
Read More Botany for Everyone
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.
How many types of root vegetables do you grow?
Read More Tales from the Underground: types of root vegetables to grow
Best online permaculture course for women and by women
Read More 5 Reasons You Should Take this Online Permaculture Design Course
tips and tricks for growing gorgeous organic garlic
Read More How to grow garlic
Learn from my example how to build organic garden soil.
Read More How to build organic garden soil
By Priya Logan I previously wrote a post about identifying…
Read More Archetypes and the power to transform
Reclaiming our sense of belonging.
Read More Plants as Friends and Family Members
All you need is cabbage, salt, and to remember a few important details
Read More How to make Sauerkraut: the Gateway to Home Ferments
By Dido Dunlop Our hearts and outer world grow hearty together…
Read More Buddhist Meditation and Regenerative Culture
Governments vs people power, hierarchies vs networks and response to crisis.
Read More Hierarchies vs Networks
Learning a new way of living from an elder Iranian farmer…
Read More Strength and Resistance à la Woman
Using permaculture ethics in public education to engage children in sustainable efforts.
Read More Permaculture Ethics in Public Education
5 tips for growing vegetables from seed successfully
Read More Growing vegetables from Seed
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.
Learn the benefits of Prunella Vulgaris. Self heal, heal-all, woundwort, heart-of-the-earth, carpenter’s herb, brownwort and blue curls are just some of the names this flower go by.
Read More Benefits of Prunella Vulgaris: Self heal, the wonder weed
Stinging nettle plays an important part in permaculture.
Read More The life of a stinging nettle in a permaculture garden