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permaculture magazine |
Monday, 11th March 2013
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Adapting to the weather in Cherrapunji, India, the locals understand how to design the landscape in order to get the most of the environment despite the adverse weather conditions. How do you design a bridge in a place that is one of the wettest monsoon areas in the world? Cherrapunji once received...
 
Allan Savory |
Wednesday, 6th March 2013
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"I can think of almost nothing that offers more hope for our planet, for your children, and their children, and all of humanity." These words by Allan Savory are the essence of this film. Although this film explains how to turn an arid, 'desertified' landscape back to green, nutritious and growable...
 
Paul Wheaton, www.permies.com |
Monday, 4th March 2013
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What's Paul Wheaton from www.permies.com up to now? Passionate promoter of rocket stove technologies, he's made over 20 videos on the subject and given them away on YouTube for free. Now he wants to share the latest technological developments in a series of four detailed films with annimations and...
 
Wyre Forest Orchard |
Saturday, 2nd March 2013
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Many people believe tree pruning to be a difficult, daunting task, but this need not be the case! This video uncovers the mysticism that surrounds pruning fruit trees and provides a very useful starting point for anyone thinking of attempting it themselves. It also shows you how to restoration...
 
Sebastian von Holstein |
Tuesday, 19th February 2013
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Meet John D. Liu, the environmental film maker who says "it is possible to regenerate large-scale damaged ecosystems." The documentary film looks at restoration projects in China, Africa, South America and the Middle East, who aim to rejuvenate eroded landscapes. Permaculture teacher Geoff Lawton,...
 
Geoff Lawton |
Saturday, 16th February 2013
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"You can fix all of the world's problems in the garden," says Lawton.  Take a glimpse into the impossible project that not only succeeded, but thrived. This is the story of how permaculture methods helped green a small portion of hyper-arid desert: a place with near to no rainfall and temperatures...
 
http://faircompanies.com |
Monday, 4th February 2013
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Meet the Guerrilla Grafters, a group of San Franciscans who believe urban trees are a precious thing, and can produce more than just pretty flowers. Their goal is to graft - albeit illegally - fruit bearing stock onto non-fruit bearing fruit trees, in the hope that over time the cities ornamental...
 
Mary Clear, Incredible Edible Todmorden |
Thursday, 31st January 2013
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This is a fantastic, funny, inspiring talk given by Mary Clear from Incredible Edible Todmoren, a small town in Yorkshire whose people decided they were worried about climate change, food security in Africa and their children's future. Mary and her friends, sitting in a kitchen with no money, asked...
 
Norman Phipps & Dean Buchanan |
Thursday, 24th January 2013
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This video follows the Low Impact Living Initiative (LILI) as they attempt to teach the skills needed to make handmade solar PV systems in developing countries. Here, people are taught to cut solar cells to size, hand solder and wire simple electronics amongst other skills in a order to create a...
 
Permaculture Magazine |
Sunday, 20th January 2013
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Open your eyes to the possibilities of living a compact and low impact urban life. It is about learning how to live happily with less clutter, and to embrace the joys in life. Most of our society is struggling to pay the bills, whilst chasing the ideal of a 'bigger' lifestyle. Compact Living: how...
 

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