Vanishing crop varieties, permaculture and food forestry benefits, and three sisters gardening

By collaborating with our community members and fellow growers, and sharing a variety of crops throughout the landscape, the diversity of food will expand beyond what we’d be able to manage singlehandedly.

Tyson Yunkaporta on permaculture, systems thinking & the pattern of creation

Permaculture isn’t a form of gardening – it’s a method of inquiry about relationships – that’s all it is. And it’s awesome and in that way it’s similar to traditional ecological knowledge from all over the planet and it’s a constantly shifting evolving body of knowledge too, that’s never the same in the same place twice. Love it!

What Could Possibly Go Right?: Episode 30 Starhawk

Starhawk is an author, activist, permaculture designer and teacher, founder of Earth Activist Training, and a prominent voice in modern earth-based spirituality and ecofeminism.

She answers the question of “What Could Possibly Go Right?

How Permaculture can Build Resilience and Meet Basic Needs During a Pandemic

Permaculture — a fusion of indigenous knowledge with modern science and technology — offers ways for people to meet their essential needs for food, water, sanitation and other non-material needs, with autonomy and harmony with nature.