Permaculture Heros - Local, National and World Wide

The following list of People are pioneers in the Permaculture movement and should be explored as examples of what one person can do to help change the course of the planet.

 

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22

Jan

2013

The Resilient Farm and Homestead

by Ben Falk of Whole Systems Design

The Resilient Farm and Homestead is a handbook for developing regenerative human habitat systems adaptive to drought, flooding, heat, power outage, price spikes, pest pressure, and the multitude of challenges brought by climate change, peak oil, food system contamination and economic decline.
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Jan

2013

Bill Mollison

Co-Originator of the term and practice of Permaculture

BIll Mollison, a farmer and scientist from Tasmania developed the approach to Permaculture in the 1970's as an approach to restoring "Permenently Sustainable Agriculture" (Permaculture) often focusing on Dryland Farming.
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22

Jan

2013

David Holmgren

Co-Originator of the term and concept of Permaculture

David Holmgren (born 1955) is an ecologist, ecological design engineer and writer. He is known as one of the co-originators of the permaculture concept with Bill Mollison.
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22

Jan

2013

Geoff Lawton

International Permaculture Consultant

Since 1995 i have specialized in permaculture education, design, implementation, system establishment, administration and community development.

In 1996 i was happy to be accredited with the Permaculture Community Services Award by the permaculture movement for services in Australia and around the world....   Click Read More...

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Jan

2013

Polyculture Garden Bed Size - a Design Exercise

at Hagarville Food Forest

Update 8/4/2013:   I have moved forward with my design plan and thought I would add a picture of what the bed sizes look like fully populated :).

Original Post:

I am trying to develop a strategic project plan for my garden beds this year and would like some feedback and advice before I commit. While I know that making errors is all part of learning I also know that we can learn by other’s experience (and errors). In General we want feedback on how wide to design and construct our polyculture based annual garden beds with wide paths planted with living mulch plants for chop and drop.

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