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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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Nam-Ha Quach

Nam-Ha Quach

Born on a sinking boat in the middle of the ocean with pirates chasing our vessel as my family and many others fled Vietnam... That was over 30 years ago. Now I am a husband, a father of 3 beautifu...

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Richard Perkins

Richard Perkins

Richard is one of Europe's leading Permaculture designers & educators, working professionally in every major climate zone across several continents. Richard has led around 30 PDC training...

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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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João Gonçalves
collecting woody species like Ericas, Cytisus and Genista, a almost daily task, physical and contemplative practice, part of the proccess that builds soil on the rocky slopes and reduces fuel for fires
Posted 4 months ago (1 comments)
Nadia Abu Yahia Lawton
Posted November 30, 2013 by Miles Durand & filed under Aid Projects, Community Projects, Demonstration Sites, Education Centres, Food Forests, Food Plants - Annual, Food Plants - Perennial, Plant Systems, Soil Rehabilitation, Trees, Urban Projects.
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Delvin Solkinson
more principles, directives, strategies and attitudes from the permaculture toolkit
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Geoff Lawton
We have created a new series of free videos designed to inspire you over this Christmas and New Year period.
Posted 4 months ago (1 comments)
Jack Spirko
The ice and snow is gone, just about all the water had soaked in, then we got an inch of rain, here are the results.
Posted 4 months ago (3 comments)
paolo barberis
after a year and a half of work, the old house is now inhabitable..
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Sheena Shah
Campaign to raise funds for our project on Rusinga Island, Kenya
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Rob Carregal
Looking for a Permaculture course Director / Developer
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Jack Spirko
We just harvested over 20,000 gallons of melt into our swales, check out this video of it.
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paolo barberis
The old house renovation
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