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Permaculture People |
Wednesday, 1st July 2015

Martin Crawford, pioneering forest gardener, introduces us to his beautiful Forest Garden full of food, fibres and medicinal plants in South Devon.

Centred around a key interview with Martin, the film uses drone shots for never seen before vantage points of his garden.

Georgi Pavlov |
Monday, 29th June 2015

If you could animate your landscape and imagine a restorative agriculture what would it look like? Here is the Regarians' vision at Savannah Farm, South Australia: climax species trees carefully spaced over diverse pastures with dew ponds and small-scale animal husbandry on moveable arks with holistic, mob grazing.

Watch this animation at full screen!

The Edible Schoolyard Project |
Thursday, 25th June 2015

Teaching children how to grow fresh organic fruit and vegetables is just one aspect of the Edible Schoolyard.

Students learn how to sow seeds, plant out seedlings, water, compost and harvest but then also how to cook all the delicious vegetables they have cropped!

John D. Liu |
Friday, 12th June 2015

This new short film by John D. Liu looks at how reforestation and sustaianable farming practices can protect and enhance drylands all over the world to lock carbon up in the soil, slow down climate change, build fertility and alleviate poverty.

Permaculture magazine |
Tuesday, 9th June 2015

To create a fully functioning forest garden, optimising all the niches by designing and planting the seven layers is a useful part of stacking and it is not so difficult as it may seem as long as you have enough space for the larger trees. The layers are: High tree canopy, smaller trees, shrubs, rhizosphere, ground cover, root crops and climbers.

John D. Liu |
Thursday, 4th June 2015

What is Wealth? Where does it come from? Can we ensure abundance and sustainability?

Rodale press |
Saturday, 30th May 2015

Masanobu Fukuoka (1913- 2008) was a Japanese farmer and philosopher who had a huge influence on the permaculture movement worldwide. He developed the theory and practice of 'A Natural Way of Farming' that involved minimum intervention from the farmer, and no-till, no-herbicide grain cultivationmethods traditional to many indigenous cultures.

Rozie Apps |
Thursday, 14th May 2015

The world is slowly waking up to the unsustainable nature of the Fashion Industry.

With the collapse of an eight storey building killing over 1,100 clothing factory workers and injuring another 2,500 in Savar, Bangladesh and several other factories catching on fire killing and injuring hundreds, action needs to be taken.