“One of the most important things about permaculture is that it is founded on a series of principles that can be applied to any circumstance—agriculture,urban design, or the art of living. The core of the principles is the working relationships and connections between all things.” ― Juliana Birnbaum Fox, Sustainable Revolution: Permaculture in Ecovillages, Urban Farms, and Communities Worldwide
I will be slowly posting about the different Permaculture topics and steps. Remembering that Permaculture is mainly an intentional design process based in ethics, systems and critical thinking, which means that each step/topic is not linear or isolated but integrated and circular, rotating, evolving, connecting and being influenced by all the others.
A Case for Permaculture: why do we need it in the first place?
The Design Cycle/Process
Observation & Interaction: Patterns
Observation & Interaction: Sectors and factors/limiting factors/decision makers
Observation & Interaction: Functions and Relationships
Observation & Interaction: the mapping process
Vision/Design: Disaster Planning/Preparedness
Vision/Design: Checking Against Principles/Ethics
Implementation: Permaculture Strategies/Techniques