The 12 Principles of Permaculture: Thinking Outside the Garden ~ How to Put to Work the Principles Permaculture in Your Life Now! (Permaculture & Sustainable Living – Green Lifestyle)

| October 8, 2017

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Revised 2nd Edition with over 50% New and Expanded Content! Learn How to Apply the Principles of Permaculture in Your Life Today – Explore how to think beyond the garden and apply the principles of permaculture in all aspects of your life

The main goal of this book is to get the reader to think of permaculture principles as something broader than gardening techniques. Permaculture is a set of design principles that can be applied to any type of system design. The 12 design principles are common sense and will guide the process naturally as you walk your design through a given principle.

In each principle’s chapter, the reader is given an overview of that principle and then given real-world examples of how the principles apply in other areas of our lives beyond the garden. Examples include topics like gardening, finance, health, and education.
The examples or peppered with questions to prompt the reader how and where they can embrace permaculture in their everyday life immediately. From plant guild combinations to how the permaculture mindset can help you save money and live vibrantly

In the second writing of this book, has incorporated as much of the constructive feedback from the first addition and the content has doubled in length to better explore each principle and to explore innovative ideas.

This book attempts to free the principles of permaculture from their most common association of being just farming techniques and view them as a guiding set of design principles for solving problems.

This book doesn’t require the reader to have any prior knowledge of Permaculture or have taken any design courses but rather gives you ideas you can use NOW!

The 12 Principles include…

  • Principle I: Observe and Interact
  • Principle II: Catch and Store Energy
  • Principle III: Obtain a Yield
  • Principle IV: Apply Self-Regulation and Accept Feedback
  • Principle V: Use and Value Renewable Resources and Services
  • Principle VI: Produce No Waste
  • Principle VII: Design from Patterns to Details
  • Principle VIII: Integrate Rather Than Segregate
  • Principle IX: Use Small and Slow Solutions
  • Principle X: Use and Value Diversity
  • Principle XI: Use Edges and Value the Marginal
  • Principle XII: Creatively Use and Respond to Change
  • Much, much more!

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Tags: (Permaculture, permaculture design, green living, climate change, environmental management, resource, global warming)

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