Permaculture Design and how it is applicable to your life
Monday, March 26, 2012 • 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Permaculture is a design philosophy that observes patterns in nature and incorporates them into overall site design in order to create more sustainable systems.
And permaculture is a design science grounded in common sense, drawing from ancestral wisdom and modern technology. Practicality, positivity and sound ethical action are focused toward making human settlements more sustainable. This sustainability should be demonstrated by developing long lasting systems that are strong yet adaptable to change and equally address and integrate our social, economic and environmental needs.
The presentation will be about how each of, regardless of our living situation, can begin to use permaculture in our own life to create a more sustainable lifestyle. It will be about the land we live on, the way we use our energy, and more. The presentation will be followed by a question and answer period.
For beginners and lifetime students of permaculture design.
Presenters: Aaron Jerad Heideman & Wind Clearwater
Second in a series of 4th Monday talks and discussions at the Blue Sage. No Charge. (Donations accepted to benefit the Blue Sage.)