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Lisa Mahon

Lisa Mahon

Since 1998 I have owned and operated a certified organic farm in Central Victoria, Australia with my partner, Ken. Every season is different and the property is slowly evolving. I have been pass...

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Sailchearnach

Sailchearnach

Non-commercial smallholding in the west of Ireland (fruit & veg, dairy goats & chickens, flowers, bees and plenty of wildlife ...). Trying to meet many of our needs with not too much work :)

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Marion Roberts

Marion Roberts

My background is fairly diverse - or as Geoff Lawton would say, I have a portfolio of careers. I worked as a cook/chef for many years before getting a degree in health science and setting up privat...

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Family Sustainability

Family Sustainability

To increase the bio diversity and fertility of the existing orchard to produce all poultry, fruit and vegetable needs for our family (and a few friends)

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Armando Simon
Its time to visit and feel the place folks. PermaPuebla is open for a week to receive people that want to engage in the projet. Weve contacted for future engagement somewhat with Jesus from Lineaclave.org -Keyline Design- and Nicholas Sharpe from Allan Sa
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Kevin Martin
It is our mission to develop sustainable living systems within The Four corners region. We seek to establish a new approach to ecological design, wherein a ecological balance be gained through a lifestyle built around the ecosystem, and in harmony with i
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Harrison Quigley
If accepted, launch of Onchenda's first regional eCommerce food hub will occur in Santiago, Chile
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Pietro Zucchetti
The Permaculture Institute of Italy has been heard to the 9th Agricultural commission of the Senate of Rome in Italy,on what permaculture could do to help to regenerate the italian environment,social issues and economy. By Andrea Minchio.
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Guy Miklos
My 456 page portfolio, aligned to Diploma System 5.2 with the Permaculture Association in the UK. A video with my Diploma presentation, links to the portfolio content, including nearly all the designs, as well as critique of the diploma system.
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Wojciech Ryszard Górny
My first permaculture lecture given this Saturday
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Rami Siam
This is the first in a series of videos recording the progress of Rami Siam's unique and insightful 'natural farming' inspired small scale farming project in Southern Spain. In this video, Rami explains the developments he has made on his project since 2
Posted 2 months ago (2 comments)
Wendy Seabrook
Using Practical Permaculture Principles to Help Us Think Like an Ecosystem
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Richard Larson
Multiple water sources, tight clay, gradual slope, all perfect elements for a stepped chinampa!
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