With 27 years of permaculture education to date, the Permaculture Institute continues growing the field for the benefit of all.
Through each step of the candle-making process I felt a connection to the nature in my neighborhood and a deep appreciation for what bees do.
Karryn Olson’s work as a longtime permaculture teacher and practitioner reveals important considerations.
Hopi Tutskwa translates from the Hopi language to the life ways and knowledge of the land and soil.
Permaculture provides a pathway to transform the world. To realize its potential, we have to use design as a transformative process.
How do we learn to see patterns instead of “things”? Joel Glanzberg shares his perspective and process.
My certainty grows that community-based efforts in places like North St. Louis have a lot to teach about permaculture.
When I encountered permaculture, what really drew me was the statement of ethics and the principles of nature applied to society.