Permaculture Women Writers

And then there is food.

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.
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Poetics of communication

There’s an issue that needs addressing, like a PO-box of understanding, of enthusiastically awaiting new mail to arrive, like the birds of yesterday in harmonic screeches of today’s fairy tales.
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Permaculture for Pregnancy

Permaculture can be used as a tool to improve all aspects of our lives. During pregnancy, its easy to become overwhelmed by the bombardment from media and people of what you ‘ should be’ doing, how you should look and what you should buy. Permaculture provides an empowering framework through which to curate pregnancy decisions.
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Permaculture For Renters

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.
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How to Have Difficult Conversations

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.
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The Medicine of Making Your Own Cosmetics

I make big quantities of it because it’s really the most miraculous cream ever, and it really helps with both oily or dry skin to level out the essential oils of the skin itself. It’s also great for marks and a natural sunscreen.
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Botany for Everyone

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.
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