Permaculture Design Magazine Issue: 108 – May 2018

AUD $6.95

In Your City

  • Portland, Oregon: Embodying Permaculture Ethics – Marisha Auerbach
  • Brooklyn: The Old Stone House – Claudia Joseph
  • The Story of LIFE in Miami – Mario Yanez
  • Ryerson Urban Farm in Toronto – Ceira Young
  • Homesteading in Urban Environments – Rachel Kaplan
  • Chicago: Permaculture Emerges – Alexandra Diaz and David Staudacher
  • Working for a Better Life Together: Shareable Cities – Neal Gorenflo
  • Permaculture Guilds: A Model for Mutual Support – Chad Hellwinckel and Rhonda Baird
  • Creating Community Together – Leni Koen
  • Small and Slow Solutions – Chris Smith
  • Campti, Field of Dreams – Donna Isaacs
  • Maya Mountain Research Farm: View from a PDC – Rhonda Baird
  • The Great American Stand: US Forests and Climate Change – Bill Moomaw, PhD and Danna Smith, JD
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Permaculture Design Magazine

An authoritative journal containing in-depth articles on eco-regeneration, broadscale farming systems, agroforestry, home garden design and community action.

Permaculture Design has served the North American permaculture community and readers around the world for over 30 years, originally known as the Permaculture Activist. The magazine receives no public funding and has consistently garnered high regard for dedication to grassroots learning and design intelligence. Stories are from readers, activists, designers, teachers, and community organizers across America and around the world to reveal the newest discoveries in ecological systems. Working at the permaculture edge and to provide information useful to people working on the ground.

Download a sample from the Decolonizing Permaculture issue here (19MB).

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Weight 0.15 kg
Dimensions 275 x 213 x 5 mm

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