Andy Homer

Love Vs. Fear

Imagine if we could help someone change their life for the better permanently, in under three years. Or imagine being in direct contact with the people on the ground, turning their semi-desert home back to an abundant food forest using permaculture, perhaps even going over and helping out…. Imagine being able to offer advice and expertise, or just encouragement and support, while a family solves their problems. No middlemen, no […]

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Save the World, Without Giving Your Money Away!

Editor’s Note: There are still places available on the April 17-30 PDC in Morocco – you’re encouraged to book now! Andy’s side-offer, described below, may well be another good reason to go – as while taking the course you have opportunity to check out a very affordable investment opportunity that may pay dividends in more ways than one. With the high risk of our seeing hyperinflation hit us sometime in […]

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Morocco PDC Update (for April 17-30, 2010) – Let’s Get Behind This!

Editor’s Note: A couple of months ago we advertised (on the blog and in our course listings) the exciting opportunity to take a Permaculture Design Certificate course (PDC) in an amazing location, and with an excellent permaculture instructor, and where in doing so you’ll be supporting impoverished locals to begin to take charge of their future in a sustainable way. We bring this to your attention once more, and encourage […]

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Permaculture Master Plan: Planting up the Global Garden

You’re trying to say that you can live in the modern way and continue to think in the traditional way. That’s not true. The way you live affects the way you think. – Danny Billie, Traditional Seminole I’d like to recount here my impressions of the PRI, and how different it is from many other organizations. We (Tribal Networks) first came across them when looking for solutions to problems we […]

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PDC in Morocco – 17-30 April 2010

Ait Attab is a Tribal Region in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Tribal Networks first visited the region with the intention of putting in modern communications to enable the people to make their world better. We found that there is a severe shortage of water most of the year, and the whole area is slowly turning into desert. We were aware of permaculture and knew that this could make a […]

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