Permaculture is a powerful and practical answer if your goal is to become more sustainable. Embracing permaculture practices in your life is an exciting proposition, but it quickly becomes overwhelming if you don’t avoid common mistakes. Look at this list of 7 steps that help you succeed in your permaculture journey.
This is the third post in the series that describe upcoming permaculture design course in Costa Rica. We are hoping to make your trip planning much simpler by providing more photos and information on class logistics. For topics of travel planning, food and people (hosts, teachers, participants) and about fitting in, please visit this post. For teacher’s notes and impressions about this class, please visit here. And a short video of the class is here. […]
Following is a story told by Durga, a friend, a former student, and now a teacher of permaculture. Durga is native to Costa Rica, where she shepherds many permaculture projects and initiatives and lives at Sat Yoga Ashram. Durga is co-teacher of our annual Permaculture Design Course in Costa Rica. Being a Seed My first roots started to grow at Sat Yoga Ashram in 2012, before that I was a nomadic seed, an active ecologist […]Read More
This is a guest post by one of Lama Foundation’ residents, Rebecca Rodger. Lama Foundation has been a host of numerous permaculture design courses, “on the mountain”, in the stunning setting of the Sangre de Cristo range of Northern New Mexico. In 2016, Lama is celebrating its 50th anniversary, meanwhile we are forging a new connection in the region and have moved our permaculture design course to a lower elevation to offer a better learning […]