Tiny House on Wheels Workshop (Oct 17-22)


Samuel Alexander – is a lecturer with the Office for Environmental Programs and research fellow at the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute (MSSI), University of Melbourne. He also co-directs the Simplicity Institute. For those in Victoria, here are details of an upcoming “Tiny House on Wheels” workshop out at Wurruk’an. If you’re interested, don’t hesitate to apply as spots are limited and are likely to be filled quickly. I’ve been part […]

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Free Permaculture Property Designs


I’m currently undertaking a Diploma of Permaculture through the Permaculture Institute! A requirement of the Diploma is to have had designed at least seven successful permaculture properties. SO, I’ve decided to offer TEN FREE PERMACULTURE SITE DESIGNS a.k.a. MASTER PLANS for your urban food forest dreams in the Melbourne region this winter! For the past several years I’ve worked on several permaculture plots in Australia, India and Thailand.

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PRI Luganville, Updated Stage 1 of Setting up the Site


Tom Kendall from the Permaculture Research Institute Sunshine Coast talks about and shows the site of the new Permaculture Research Institute Luganville, Vanuatu. The site is surveyed by Tom, Dani, Anne and Meriem and they are determining the location of the first swale, the house and gardens. Follow us on www.permacultureluganville.org. Inaugural PDC course 30 May – 17 June 2016, 12 day PDC course with 3 days practical integration. Every […]

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Permaculture Design Practicum with Rhamis Kent, Owen Hablutzel and Mustafa F. Bakir


This course is organized by TPAE (Permaculture Research Institute of Turkey). Date: 31 August – 3 September 2015 Location: Dedetepe Ecological Farm, Çanakkale Seriously interested in design and consulting? This course is for you! In this 4-day intensive course, PRI’s best three will teach you how to successfully implement your permaculture designs. Having worked as permaculture designers and consultants in various parts of the world, Rhamis, Owen and Mustafa will […]

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Fermenting Beverages


It was some time ago, over a year to completely admit the extent of my procrastination, that I was working through a breezeblock of a book entitled The Art of Fermentation, by Sandor Katz, the modern Moses of the dark and mysterious process. It all sounded so fun, so magical for a guy who loves a tip of the tipple but has never made his own, and I couldn’t help […]

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Increased Environmental Awareness amongst Developing World Factory Workers


Industry development plays a pivotal role in the economy of a country. It not only provides employment to local working class but also, it boosts economy by selling and exporting the products manufactured by the factories. As we all know, factories have direct impact on our environment and eco-system. The emissions of gases and disposal of waste products have always been serious threats to the environment. With the beginning of […]

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The Power Of Duck – A Review


A Brief Description “The Power Of Duck” is a short informative book on the integration of rice and duck farming. The book may be relatively short, however it is nothing short of thorough and abundantly helpful for anyone looking to educate themselves on the processes and benefits of rice farming with ducks. “The Power Of Duck” is a journal like book, written by Takao Furuno, describing his own rice paddy […]

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Energy Globe Award


National ENERGY GLOBE Award Jordan 2015 Has been won by Geoff Lawton and The Permaculture Research Institute for the Permaculture sites featured inGreening/Re-Greening the Desert “To be honored with this award is a great recognition of our work for a better environment and motivates us to continue our endeavors in the future” Geoff Lawton, National Energy Globe Winner Jordan About the AWARD With more than 170 participating countries and over […]

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Casa de Paz (House of Peace)

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This video, “Casa de Paz” A film by Michelle Moore, has been made available courtesy of Karmatube.org 36th Avenue in the Fruitvale district of East Oakland, California, is the turf of four major gangs. The fourth one, according to Pancho Ramos-Stierle, who is one of the anchors of Casa de Paz (House of Peace), is the police, an institutionalized gang, and the most dangerous. Yet the residents of this house […]

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PRI Luganville, Set Up Stage 1


Tom and Zaia Kendall from PRI Sunshine Coast join Daniele Bettini, Anne Blanc and Meriem Kadiri to set up the Permaculture Research Institute Luganville in Vanuatu. The Permaculture Research Institute Luganville volunteers, with Aunty Lyn Tom and I arrived in Port Vila Sunday afternoon and went to our accommodation. We settled in and got prepared for the next day. On Monday morning we went to the Financial Services Commission in […]

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Permaculture Teacher Training for Women


ABOUT THE COURSE: REGISTER HERE Description Drawing on the wisdom of ecological systems and indigenous knowledge, Permaculture offers us a vision, design approach, and tools to create a world of health and abundance. Increased inclusion and support of leadership and perspective from women of diverse backgrounds is vital to this vision. In this unique and innovative program, we explore diversity and leadership while building our confidence. We practice teaching Permaculture […]

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Abundance Mindset Reflected In The Greenspace


We really do have everything we need; when we are open to it. Permaculture teaches us to understand ourselves and our environment and to harness what nature provides – in all her glory and to maximise the opportunity to enjoy the fruits of a combined labour of love and intention for abundance. My garden reminds of this each time I step out into her green glory. In spite of our […]

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