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5) Front Yard Rain Garden and Berm - Midwest Permaculture

Front Yard Rain Garden and Berm - Midwest Permaculture

Souvent reléguée au statut de méthode agricole bio bobo, la permaculture acquiert peu à peu ses lettres de noblesse. Une étude réalisée par l’INRA (Institut français de recherche agronomique) en démontre pour la première fois les capacités de production intensive. Leurs chiffres, présentés à Louvain-la-Neuve ce week-end, interpellent : sur un petit terrain de 1000 m2 …

La permaculture, une agriculture rentable

Ever wonder what a society that: isn't run by corrupt politicians; honors and respects Mother Nature; is resilient; listens and takes into account each member of the community would look like?  Jack Spirko, Host of The Survival Podcast and Toby Hemenway, author of Gaia's Garden share their thoughts on this FASCINATING topic and what steps we can all take to get there.

Toby is the author of Gaia's Garden, the best-selling permaculture book in the world, and his new book, The Permaculture City, on sale as of July

Permaculture Design Course Graduate Clint Chamberlain had this to say about his experience with the six month version of the permaculture design course at the School of Permaculture. ~We greatly appreciate your shares and...

Permaculture Design Course Graduate Clint Chamberlain had this to say about his experience with the six month version of the permaculture design course at the School of Permaculture. ~We greatly appreciate your shares and.

The BEST site I have seen on the subject! Permaculture Design: Vegetable & Herb Guilds | Permaculture Magazine

Paul Alfrey from the Balkan Ecology Project explains how he& created the right herb and vegetable guilds for his Bulgarian site, including using a local stream for irrigation and chickens as pest for pest control and fertilising.

You can never pin too much info on Hugelkulture.  I slready have my test bed started.  Hopefully I get good results next year.  One of the bad things about living so far North, the growing season is never long enough... sigh.

Some really interesting ideas You can never pin too much info on Hugelkulture. I slready have my test bed started. Hopefully I get good results next year. One of the bad things about living so far North, the growing season is never long enough.

We discovered a fantastic introduction to the benefits of Permaculture. It was written by Maddy Harland, editor of Permaculture magazine, and is full of great ideas to keep your garden thriving, including tips to make a garden on your roof, walls or a balcony if you don't have any other space available. You'll also discover the wonders of the "animal tractor" and "chicken greenhouse", designed to make your garden more efficient and self-sufficient!

"Top 10 DIY Permaculture Ideas" I don't understand this article, I can't see the ideas' anywhere on the page, but this one picture shows me quite a lot, and is a similar size to my garden.

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