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As an offering to the world community, Gaiacraft presents a unique card deck which explores the permaculture principles in a dynamic new way. Featuring 64 principles, directives, strategies, attitudes, and ethics sourced from elders of the permaculture movement, this is a collection of foundational concepts that can support any permaculture design process. Mixing art, symbol, photo and text, this creative learning and teaching toolkit inspires new insights and deepened understandings about the applications of permaculture.

The Permaculture Principles Card Deck supports people’s learning / teaching practice and works with people of all ages, disciplines, educational backgrounds and experience levels. This is a game that can be played in countless ways, potentially engaging all the different learning / teaching styles at once. Personal reflections, classrooms, conversations, site designs or decision making processes can all benefit from the use of these cards. The principles were inspired from study of how indigenous peoples have lived in harmony with their environment along with insights gleaned from modern understandings of how nature has designed itself.

These lushly illustrated, full color, double sided cards are available as an open source files for download here. For those wanting to print the cards, it’s likely more affordable and less work to order them through our print on demand printer who can mail it to you anywhere in the world.

This visionary permaculture learning and teaching toolset will bring creative insights and artful inspiration into your educational life journey.

Source curriculum:

Bill Mollison, David Holmgren, Robin Clayfield, Rosemary Morrow, Geoff Lawton, Robyn Francis, Larry Santoyo, Michael Becker and Toby Hemenway

4 Responses to “Permaculture Principles Card Deck”

  1. joone floresca

    i like the cards. they will greatly help my audience understand permaculture better and appreciate it. please help me make my order.

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  2. D Graves

    Took a while to download, but well worth it. Fantastic looking resource – thank you for sharing to the community :)

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  3. D Graves

    looking at the cards today, it seems that the cards have been released in such a way that no-one can print them so that they will match up correctly – the fronts are a different size and arranged with space between each hexagon while the backs are not. This is a pity because ordering them means transport half way around the world and the carbon footprint involved in the packaging of it (defeats the purpose of permaculture to a degree).

    I would happy pay for the pdfs that match up so that I can print easily myself. Anyone else feel the same?

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  4. delvin

    awesome thanks everyone

    the cards are set up perfectly for print
    one side is larger than the other to have ‘bleed’ so if you get them printed at a local printshop
    and they are not printed exactly back to back then they will still cut perfectly
    you always cut from the side that is smaller!!

    its likely alot less expensive to get them printed, cut and mailed to you from the print on demand printer
    but downloading the free files and printing them yourself has worked for many people so far so should work for you too !

    super bless

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