Permaculture

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Permaculture

An approach to designing human settlements, in particular, the development of perennial agricultural systems that mimic the structure and interrelationship found in natural ecologies.
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Roberto, a permaculturalist at the Antonio Nunez Jimenez Foundation for Nature and Humanity in Havana, passed on some of his knowledge to the garden's experts.
The Strategic Role of the Built Environment, the Landscape and Spatial Design: As Permaculturalist Bill Mollison has emphasized, the greatest efficiency gains can often be achieved by a simple spatial rearrangement of system components.
David is a permaculturalist concentrating on sustainable methods of working the land, including coppicing, charcoal burning and furniture making.
Here, rhubarb, laburnum and apples comprise three of the seven layers of a forest garden in permaculturalist and author Graham Bell's highly productive quarter-acre forest garden in Scotland.
Neighborhood organizations could create inventories of locally available skills and assets for reworking the way we live, such as master gardeners, contractors, meeting facilitators, public health workers, permaculturalists and many others.