Permaculture 101

Permaculture was introduced by a couple of radically-minded Australians, in the 1970s, as an answer to Peak Oil (also). Today it is spread all over the world. Penny Livingston-Stark of the Regenerative Design Institute in Bolinas, California, explains the movement that looks to the natural world for answers to human problems.

 

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