This example comes from Faculty Member Jennifer Albanese
By Aranya in his Permaculture design process This is the part where we identify why we are redesigning the site. The following process we would ideally go through with each client (everyoneinvolved ought to be interviewed to some degree). Sometimes, your clients will include both adults and children, though one or two may guide the processmore than the others.
Written by Doug Crouch This session in the PDC is the bridge between the principles and patterns and gets into the nitty gritty of design process. It is a session that is very call and response orientated and a session for storytelling to ground out this theory. Where do we begin? So the first question is…
This is the part where we identify why we are redesigning the site. The following process we would ideally go through with each client (everyone involved ought to be interviewed to some degree). Sometimes, your clients will include both adults and children, though one or two may guide the process more than the others.
A list of sample questions, created for students in the Permaculture Women's Guild online certification program
Permaculture Master Planning - Permaculture Analysis and Assessment is a crucial step to find all the elements, components, systems and resources you have available on your site and how you can best utilize them in one integrated Permaculture Design.
Assessment Of Permaculture Designs. Holistic systems require observation and seasonal re-evaluation to meet all objectives. Here some recommended questions to ask of the design. Is the site designed mainly for self-management? Or does it require a lot of human effort? What are the ongoing projects that will not be easily overcome. Can the effort be … Continue reading Evaluate Your Permaculture Design
This is the first article of a comprehensive series on permaculture design by Aranya. Enjoy! 1. The site survey Introduction We are going to start our process by first surveying the area to be designed.
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Written by Doug Crouch Assessment Phase: Quick Summary 4. Holistic Site Analysis Checklist – the client/ land interview with an analytical perspective. Decipher or interpret needs of the client and gain insight into the site’s context from the assigned sheet. Use it to help catalogue observations and research. Not every bullet will be used. …