Come along for a retrospective look at the International Permaculture Conference and Convergence (IPC11) that was hosted by Cuba in late 2013, and witness the experience through the lens of Andrew Millison.
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Join Andrew Millison in 2013 as he travels back to Arizona and revisits several permaculture projects installed in the late 1990s to see how they are working and growing. We go from the arid forest in Prescott at 5300′, down to the desert grasslands of Arcosanti at 3500′, then down to the Sonoran Desert in… Read more »
Would you believe that 1 in 6 married couples in the U.S. now meet online? I know what you’re thinking… the U.S. divorce rate is 1 in 2. Point taken. But, sincere connection does happen for some people over the internet. Recently there has been a stir in the Permaculture community over Geoff Lawton’s widely… Read more »
Permaculture seed wizard Don Tipping takes us on a 10 minute animated tour of the epic Seven Seeds Farm in the Siskiyou Mountains of Southern Oregon, USA. The farm was designed using permaculture principles and keyline patterning. We follow the water system from top to bottom, and then the amazing downstream effects are revealed. This… Read more »
Permaculture Elder Tom Ward takes us on a 10-minute animated tour of Wolf Gulch Farm in Southern Oregon, USA. It was designed using permaculture principles and laid out using Keyline patterning. Tom’s narrated journey explores water supply and storage, soil building, wind and air drainage, cropping, and an enlightened perspective on the watershed and the… Read more »