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Introduction to Permaculture Design

This Course introduces you to the ethics, design theory (Natural Sy...
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PDC Module 2: Basics

Understanding Forests, Water, Soils, Buildings, Aquaculture, Maricu...
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Module 3 PDC Final

This is the final module of the full Traditional Permacultuer Desig...
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New Video Presentation about Water

by April SAMPSON-KELLY -

This video is part 1 of 2 videos about water. It aims to broaden understanding of water, what it is, how it is made, how it works in the food forest and how we can create a plan to capture and use it. Part 2 introduces ideas on how to improve water management methods, harvest as much as possible, spread it out, store only what you need as potable but as much as possible inground. How to clean it then share it.


New Video On Ethics with Dr. Charlie Brennan

by April SAMPSON-KELLY -

Ethics with Dr. Charlie Brennan


Dr Charlie Brennan talks about big choices. We can live by default. Or we can live by Design. Our lives are mapped out for us by our familes, our culture and our workplaces. We can live by the default that is already set or we can question what drives us. And design a better future for ourselves, others and the planet.

New Video on Seed Saving

by April SAMPSON-KELLY -

Hello everyone, today we released another video about how seed saving will help you and your food forest adapt to climate change. Enjoy! 

 

One little seed has much potential. It can adapt to your bioregion, feed you, protect the soil and build a more resilient future. Seed saving helps you to localise plants to suit your climate. You can save both annual plant seed and perennials. But perennials are the plants that build resilience and long term survival of the forest. Diversifying the plants in the food forest broadens our options. Seed saving is one the most important tools you can use to create your sustainable food forest.

Patterns Course Notes - Quick Update

by April SAMPSON-KELLY -

Hi everyone, the Patterns course notes in Module 3 have been updated today and a longer version of the patterns video now contains examples of the historical use of the 8 basic patterns. Enjoy 

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