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2017 Permaculture Calendar

Our permaculture journey in images

Russ Grayson’s review of the 2017 Permaculture Calendar Originally published on the PacificEdge blog. WITHOUT DIRECTION we drift like a ship with a broken engine. With a sense of direction we move forward. But to have direction we have to know where we have come from. We have to know where we are going. The […]

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Michael Green thumbs a ride from Seymour

Adventures in Hitch-hiking

Principle 9: Use Small and Slow Solutions Michael Green often uses his thumb to catch a long distance lift, and carries everything he needs on his back. Waiting near the freeway entrance, with a request for a lift to a nearby city, has proven to be a better technique than waiting on the freeway with […]

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Juan Anton and his Edible Forest

SideWays is an innovative open-source project, founded by Benoit Cassegrain and Hélène Legay, that brings attention to social initiatives that you probably haven’t heard of. They include a 5 minute episode and interview that is crowdfunded to showcase positive and original initiatives… like this one. 78 year old Juan Anton Mora runs 40 minutes several […]

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2014 Permaculture Calendar - with moon planting guide

Permaculture Calendar winners announced

Last month we ran a competition for some creative comments explaining why readers would like a copy of the Permaculture Calendar. Congratulations to Beck, Anri, Justin, Charlie and Liz. You’ll be getting your calendars soon. Beck wrote: “Yo! Permies! Wanna lowdown bout germies, and da wormies; that’s all good? Calendar brings it; whole world sings […]

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The 2014 Permaculture Calendar

The 2014 Permaculture Calendar embodies the ethics and principles that it illustrates Made from 100% post consumer recycled pulp on certified carbon neutral paper that is manufactured and printed in Australia using 100% renewable energy. The calendar’s size and weight take advantage of standardised postage and reduced freight costs. Printing plates and paper waste are all recycled. Inks […]

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