What we find emerging at Agraria and quickening in the midst of uncertainty and historic change is a commitment to inhabiting patterns of growth and evolution—a commitment to the shape of things to come.
The focus of this initial circuit has been the popular practice of defining permaculture design as, above all else, a process of assembling elements into whole systems.
Using patterns enables people to communicate common ideas about complex relationships more easily and to seamlessly combine theoretical research with its practical application.
With this post we enter the home straight of our first inquiry circuit into a weak link in conventional definitions and understandings of permaculture design process.
Today, at least in Norway, we have too much of everything, and hence we value nothing.