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Geoff Lawton’s Online PDC Registration Re-opened for a further 24 Hours!

Geoff Lawton’s Online Permaculture Design Course Over the last few days we’ve been inundated with people seeking admittance to do Geoff Lawton’s Online PDC course. People have been phoning and emailing us for help and advice. Some people say they’ve only discovered the course after it was officially closed . Others needed more time to get their tuition funds together. If you’re one of these people and feel like you’ve […]

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Geoff Lawton’s 2015 Online Permaculture Design Course

This is it! Geoff Lawton’s Online Permaculture Course is NOW OPEN for Registration “This is the day you have been waiting for. This is the launch day for the new Online PDC for 2015. We have a very special event here, and we have only run it twice before, one a year, now we have moved it forward to the winter of the northern hemisphere for 2015. This is an […]

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Re-Greening a Mountain

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5wdD7KeQsk?rel=0&showinfo=0″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen> Re-Greening a Mountain video trailer. See the full version on Geofflawton.com When Geoff Lawton says this is the best Permaculture demonstration site on the planet, then you have to stop and listen. “Where is it exactly?” I asked, as I’ve never heard of this place. I didn’t know the Chinese were even into permaculture. “Kadoorie Farm” he said and he insisted we go there and film. “It’s […]

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Flat Land, Flash Floods and Permaculture

We hear a lot about infiltrating swales with water, but what do you do when you live on very flat and windy land, next to a river that experiences regular flooding and you don’t need any water in your garden because your whole land is one big soakage swale? This is what Minnesota two acre landowner, Bruce Blair experienced 23 years ago when his land was suddenly deluged in a […]

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How to Create a Permaculture Design

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-w26dTqT54?rel=0&showinfo=0″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen> Geoff’s new video on Creating Permaculture Designs, see the full version on Geofflawton.com So you’ve always wanted to design a beautiful plant system in your garden, but baulked at the idea because, quiet honestly, you can’t tell a bean from a cactus or a legume from a walnut and don’t have the time or interest to devote to studying all this plant diversity stuff and biology bores […]

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How to build a Geo-Solar Greenhouse

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=at0JklqqHUA?rel=0&showinfo=0″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen> Geoff’s new video on Annualized Geo-Solar, see the full version on Geofflawton.com Imagine if you could trap the energy of the sun, shining on you on a warm summers day and store it, in a bank, for future use when you needed it in the winter? Sounds fanciful right? Well, that’s the principle of Annualized Geo-Solar. A fancy name, but a clever way of storing the heat […]

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From Monoculture to Permaculture

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46wpCQf0sgw?rel=0&showinfo=0″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen> How one man transformed his farm from Monoculture to Permaculture. When Warren Brush bought a run down orchard near Ventura, California, he knew he was in for the ride of his life transforming it into a Permaculture farm. From an original monoculture persimmon, apple and avocado orchard, it’s a risky challenge to turn all this around and announce you are now also running a creamery and a […]

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A Lesson from the Edge of a Canadian Highway

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4evxn5o0jyU?rel=0&showinfo=0″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen> To see more videos like this visit GeoffLawton.com Recently whilst driving through Alberta, Canada, we stopped off on the side of the road to take a look at the state forest. A brooding mass of pine trees and a carpet of soft moss and mycelium. We filmed a video segment in the forest and were returning to the car when Geoff Lawton froze and looked down at […]

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Hey! It’s High Cold Dry and Windy and Doing just Great!

Trailer Only – See the full length video here Every now and then you come across climate that is not so user friendly. It’s in the High, Dry and Cold and Windy desert environment of Nevada’s high country near Reno. A place with many challenges. Sagebrush and horse trails dot the landscape. It is cowboy country. So what on earth is a Permaculture teacher doing in such a windswept environment?

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