This channel hosts original videos about using systems thinking to solve problems in your life while growing an awesome garden at the same time!
Created by published author and permaculture teacher Heather Jo Flores, specifically for women who love to write, have a passion for plants, and want to explore more ideas around permaculture and sustainability.
Thanks for listening to Sustainable World Radio and The Plant Report. I love educating about the natural world and Permaculture, ecology, herbal medicine, ethnobotany, fungi, earth repair... the list goes on. I hope that my work inspires you. If you'd like to support this labor...
Mentor students for their whole-system design project.
This website will give you a little flavour of what permaculture design is all about, along with some links and resources to help you to find out more. I work with adults and children in both permaculture design and teaching, go ahead and explore my website to find out more about me and the work that I do.
African Women Rising is training women in permaculture so that they can feed their families and have a better future.
During a Permaculture Pilgrimage to the UK, five women were filmed sharing their perspectives on women's involvement in Permaculture. In this video, Looby Macnamara offers her wisdom on the importance of Women sharing their skills and being acknowledged for what they bring into the world.
The Permaculture Women's Guild is building a global collaborative network of women in permaculture and provides a wealth of valuable information and contacts on its website and through its activities. The Permaculture Women's Guild: is actively 'collaborating, communicating, sharing resources, and empowering each other towards equality, sustainability, and abundance.'
Feature Image: Lisa DePiano and Pandora Thomas are leading Permaculture Teacher Trainings for Women
Esperanza is the Spanish word for hope. The Esperanza Project offers a special blend of hope-based media - one that gives voice to those heroes and heroines who are quietly changing the world from the ground up. Many, but not all, come from countries that we in the North don't often pay attention to, from people who offer a fresh and innovative perspective.
Permaculture Women’s Guild is cultivating global abundance for a new generation, through interactive education, regenerative leadership, and social systems design. We’re here to build personal and professional connections between women who grow food, build community, and care for the Earth.
During a Permaculture Pilgrimage to the UK, five women were filmed sharing their perspectives on women's involvement in Permaculture. In this video, Rosemary Morrow gives insight into her experience on the difference it makes to have women apart of Permaculture in developing countries.
During a Permaculture Pilgrimage to the UK, five women were filmed sharing their perspectives on women's involvement in Permaculture. In this video, Robin Clayfield speaks to the value of equity and everyone being involved with Permaculture.
Jude Hobbs teaches Permaculture Design Courses and Advanced Teacher Trainings. Cascadia Permaculture is the home base for her courses and consulting.
Our Belief: On October 25, 2019, Permaculture Magazine named African Women Rising the winner of the 2019 Permaculture Magazine Grand Prize for our work in Palabek Refugee Camp in Northern Uganda. This award recognizes creating innovative, long-term solutions to help solve the food security problems. The monthly food aid rations from the United Nations World Food Program often run out.
Amy Stross, author of The Suburban Micro-Farm: Modern Solutions for Busy People, shares her adventures and expertise in permaculture gardening in the suburbs of Cincinnati, Ohio. Learn how to build a suburban foodscape that is ecologically friendly and low maintenance. Find Amy's how-to articles on permaculture gardening, edible landscaping, and micro-farming.
We're happy to announce we're working with Eat Well Tasmania and Sustainable Living Tasmania to hold our second annual Home Harvest garden tour in the Hobart municipality! Special thanks to the City of Hobart for funding this great initiative.
Maddy Harland is editor and co-founder of Permaculture Magazine, an international quarterly in print, digital and online at permaculture.co.uk. Maddy co-founded Permanent Publications in 1990, a publishing company, and the Sustainability Centre in Hampshire, UK, in 1995, once a military base, and now a thriving immersive learning centre. She is a founding member Gaia Education who developed the Ecovillage Design Education course endorsed by UNESCO.
I have found the pigs to be surprising in their usefulness. Yes, they are delicious and extremely cheap to keep spring through fall. I didn't expect the million other things they've done for the property and those that live here. First of all, when we bought the pigs we had a problem.
The Finger Lakes Permaculture Institute (FLPCI) was founded by Michael Burns, Steve Gabriel and Karryn Olson Ramanujan in 2005. Since the beginning FLPCI has been sustained and nutured by the support of our alumni and volunteers for whom we are grateful. The board of FLPCI would also like to thank our supporters whose donations help us teach […]
Farm Grants for Women. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, women run approximately 165,000 of the two million farms in the United States. Most farms run by women are small-scale or organic farms. From funding agricultural education to providing grants for research to improve growing methods, many farm ...
Garden Juju Collective is a design consultancy led by Dr. Charlie Brennan and Bridget O'Brien that specialises in regenerative design and project management services. We are skilled and long time educators offering a range of workshops that are centerd on designing lifestyles that cultivate abundance.
Our podcasts were on hold during this intense year of COVID as we responded to more communities in need than ever. We will resume our podcasts along with a series of members only webinars and online...
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This is an archive, launchpad, and supplemental resources for homeschooling kids to cultivate love for the planet and their bodies one plant or mushroom species at a time. Robyn has been teaching gardening, herbalism, and permaculture design to kids and adults since 2010, so she started offering these classes when coronavirus stay-at-home and quarantine orders resulted in kids all over the U.S. suddenly being forced to learn from home. These live lessons run every day at 2pm EST Monday through Friday and are FREE!
Wholly Rooted Handcrafted Botanicals is a line of small batch handcrafted herbal and aromatherapy products. Formulated by a certified aromatherapist. Organic, natural, handcrafted, small batch bath, body beauty.
Huttons Valley Permaculture Practical everyday permaculture. Organic gardening, establishing swale food forest, rotational grazing. Harvest and food preserving
We specialize in edible and medicinal plants that grow well in Florida. We use regenerative agriculture techniques on our farm. That means we build healthy soils, renew clean water supplies, increase wildlife habitat, and create a stronger, more resilient community while growing healthy, nutrient dense, chemical free food and herbs.
Do you find that you don't have enough time to get everything accomplished? Our family was feeling stretched, so we decided to start a new family rhythm! Each Winter, we commit to taking on less than the year before come Spring.
Welcome to our Koanga Institute Knowledge Base. We are dedicated to pursuing and accumulating the knowledge and skills required to live regeneratively and simply. Our research takes inspiration and direction from international sources, however we focus on finding long term solutions that are suitable for New Zealand conditions.
There was just one problem with this hand cream: because creams are generally an emulsion of water in oil, they need the addition of a preservative to keep them stable. We had both started using natural oils for our face and body a few years earlier and loved the effects.
Everyone wants to live in a thriving, vibrant community, yet we usually spend and invest our money in ways that direct that money elsewhere. While we're... Volunteering overseas with the U.S. Peace Corps taught my dear friend Sara Bruya and me a great deal...
We are Shipping Within 1 to 2 Days!~ sending love from our snowy garden to yours ~New for 2021!Our Organic Ginger Will Be Available March 1stAs well as our organic dahlia & potato tubers, mark your calendar!Explore GingerJoin Our Seed [...]
All of our seed is open pollinated, non-hybrid, non-GMO, untreated, natural seed. eritage Harvest Seed is a Canadian heirloom/heritage seed mail order company specializing in rare and endangered heirloom/heritage varieties of vegetables, flowers, herbs and ancient grain seeds. With over 800 varieties to choose from, we'll surely have something to suit your taste.
Local seeds play a key role in sustainable agriculture. San Diego Seed Co. produces these regionally adapted local seeds for Southern California climates.
Every seed has a story, sometimes going back thousands of years. At Hudson Valley Seed Company, we aim to celebrate these stories, and we've found the best medium in which to do so is art. Each year, we commission artists to tell the story of a particular seed variety.
We are opening intermittently as demand for seeds is exceptionally high. Once we take a weeks worth of orders we close again while we send them out. We really apologise for the frustration, but we are a small company of of 7 people.
Maddy Harland on growing an extraordinary range of food when a field of poor soil was transformed into a permaculture paradise
It’s been said in recent months that Black people are in the midst of two pandemics : racism and the coronavirus outbreak. As the killings of Breonna Taylor , George Floyd and countless other Black Americans have sparked a summer of protests, Blk Girls Green House co-founders Kalkidan Gebreyohannes and J’Maica Roxanne realized the importance of Black folks cultivating sacred, peaceful spaces. On Saturday, Blk Girls Green House , a West Oakland-based open-air plant nursery and home goods shop, opened for business. “We realized that it was paramount that we prioritize how our spaces make us feel,” the co-founders told Blavity. The way Black people have had to process trauma and stress around everything that has been happening carries such a heavy weight. Creating spaces for ourselves that fosters peace, joy, pride and beauty can literally translate into sanity during a time when things are so misaligned and unjust for our people. The duo's sheer love of greenery — there are a...
Blame it on Laura Ingalls Wilder: Deep down, I always wanted to be a pioneer. I wasn't raised on a farm, and when and if we did have a yard depending on where we moved, it was always pretty small. I remember reading one of the Little House books, perched by my window, where Laura and her sis...