New in this edition are discussions on air quality, marine permaculture, ‘crowded margins’ (including refugee camps), emerging economic models and livelihoods. Rob Allsop’s accessible illustrations complement and illuminate Rosemary Morrow’s practical approach.
2021 marked the start of the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration; a critical period for preventing, halting and reversing the degradation of ecosystems around the world. In recognition, Earth Restorer’s Guide to Permaculture equips readers with the tools, and 40-years of evidence-based practice, to lead the movement.
Take a look at the Conversation Series with Rowe Morrow. Each of the four parts in this conversation series includes a video interview with Rowe, complemented by reflective questions, illustrations from the book and learning prompts.
“This is a vital book for our times of climate catastrophe, biodiversity loss, species extinction, and food and water scarcity…it shines the light on another path.” – Dr Vandana Shiva, Indian scholar, author and environmental activist.
“I have been reading a chapter a day of this book and am thoroughly enjoying it – both the newness of it and the eternity of it. It feels just like sitting and being with Rosemary as she teaches.” – Sally Neaves, permaculture teacher, designer and practitioner
“This text presents as a new and extremely timely book, expanding the definition of permaculture and delving deeply into issues of decolonisation, the permaculture response to climate change, and economic inequality.” – Brenna Quinlan, permaculture illustrator, author and teacher
Published June 2022
Paperback, b&w illustrations throughout, 512 pages.
Printed in Australia