Some good and important (and one misleading) point about permaculture as a movement. The author criticizes that permaculture is sometimes misused as a business (for those $2,000 permaculture courses) and
The Facebook page “NowThis” posted this video: https://www.facebook.com/NowThisNews/videos/1384836634939790/ This is our response: “Completely controlled environment”… ‘Civilized’ humans and their insatiable need to control and dominate Nature. Growing plants like this
One of the most important articles I’ve read in a long time. The author, David R. Montgomery (Professor of Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington) will soon publish his
This article addresses the exact same problems we face here in southern Thailand. Last year’s dry season was the hottest year in 65 years in Thailand (and the hottest year
Good argumentation for our case: permaculture and several anti-civilization movements (such as Deep Green Resistance) have a lot more in common than everyone thinks. The main premises and motivations point
What has to happen until everyone finally believes it?! Permaculture is the future, and civilization is not! Civilization cannot be maintained through permaculture instead of agriculture. http://www.technologywater.com/post/69995394390/un-report-says-small-scale-organic-farming-only
With his book “The One-Straw Revolution” permaculturalist Masanobu Fukuoka created one of the most important books about natural farming methods.