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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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2016 Calendar image collection

Feature your project in the Permaculture Calendar

Each year we update the website with twelve fresh images to illustrate the principles. These photos were submitted from people around the world and were selected to feature in the 2016 Permaculture Calendar. Now we are looking for the next twelve. We are always on the lookout for images to help give a wider interpretation […]

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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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Principle 8: Integrate rather than segregate

Expose your Permaculture project in 2014

Would you like the opportunity to feature as an example of one of the 12 design principles on the Permaculture Principles website and in the Permaculture Calendar? Note: Submissions for the 2014 calendar are now closed. Have a think about a photo for 2015… With around 150,000 unique visitors to the site over the past […]

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