Maybe it seems obvious, but most of us now live in an urban world. We can’t just walk out the back door and be in the wilderness, or even have a substantial private space. But we can improve the spaces we have with plants, and we’ll be more successful at that by using permaculture. What does permaculture offer to cities and suburbs?
The Permaculture Neighborhood Center
Mark Lakeman on Urban Permaculture: City Repair, Re-patterning the Grid, Solar Cat Palace
Cultivating A Suburban Foodshed
Suburban Permaculture w/ Janet Barocco and Richard Heinberg
These are hot topics right now, though the concepts are not. City Farmer got rolling in 1978. And Mollison and Holmgren were developing permaculture concepts in the early 1970s.
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