permaculture

Saying No to chemicals

In this video from Veria Living we see What is Organic. Since moving to the Himalayas five years ago, Puran's guide and mentor Tito Signh has tried to convince the locals to give up chemical farming. Though Tito's life is far more simple than it used to be, he is now a proud and adamant custodian of his environment and the traditional ways people have co-existed with it for hundreds of years.
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Permaculture - A Quiet Revolution

I hope it is already  happening...everyone is more and more interested in going towards self reliancy on growing my own food.
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Students growing their own food

I'm glad to see young people becoming more interested growing their own local food.
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Herb spiral

Real informative and well worth video the watch about createing a herb spiral in permaculture way.
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The Growing Edge

Much wisdom in this document.
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Living Permaculture - Grow Your Own Animal Food

There is no greater feeling than producing the majority of what we need on on own land. We started this journey 9 years ago in Costa Rica and are so amazed with how far we have come. Feeding ourselves from our land always seemed like a daunting task, but feeding all of our animals too...Impossible. So we thought. I am happy to say, after years of hard work and experimentation, we are finally feeding our animals from our own homegrown food.
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How permaculture farm suppresses insect and disease pests

Woodleaf farm is a leader in two important areas of organic fruit production: farm design to suppress insect and disease pests and systems soil management to improve plant health. Over 30 years, Woodleaf has developed effective design and management strategies to generate specific ecosystem functions, such as insect pest suppression, foliar disease management, and balanced Nitrogen:Carbon soil fertility cycles. The systems management strategies utilized for insect and disease suppression and soil health are intertwined and synergistic.  Here we present a summary of the details of Woodleaf's system approach to pest and soil management.
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Greening the Desert

This video shows how Geoff Lawton went to the Jordanian desert in 2001 and turned a ten acre bit of desert and turned it into a orchard. if this can be done in the Jordanian desert imagine what can be achieved not just there but everywhere.

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Alex's PermaGarden

By design, Alex's fertile permagarden continues to expand in all directions, providing vegetables, grains, herbs, and spices, all without watering, herbicides, pesticides, or commercial fertilizers. The best food is organic, grown in your own back (and front!) yard. Lawns are sooooo 20th Century!

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(IM)PERMANENCE part two (movie)

One family is on an epic adventure travelling 40 000 miles overland through 40 countries, creating a free online documentary series about all aspects of truly abundant, healthy, beneficial and integrative ways of living, farming and meeting our needs locally to share with you and the world in this time of great transition

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