It’s the time of the year when I get super excited as I start planning for the logistics of our annual permaculture course.
Every year, people like you make the commitment to study how we can restore and regenerate our landscapes (both physical and social) and make our livelihoods more resilient in the face of climate -and social- uncertainties.
“Growing your own food, generating your own power, living simply but well, and being a role model that helps bind the community into a supportive entity… These are not utopian ideals. It’s all feasible. It’s been done many places. It can be done in your neighbourood too.”
Permaculture is rooted in agricultural landscape & social repair. However now, its principles are applied in many interconnected fields.
- Food production
- Family gardens and community gardens
- Water harvesting
- Soil reconstruction
- Energy production
- Organisational structures
- Finance & investment
- Social structures
“I dream of a Permaculture Retirement Village system… imagine, old Permies, retiring gracefully, alongside new/young Permies who are learning from Elders, doing the work, working for food and education, happily ever after… Any takers to design such system? I’d love to lead you in that process…”