Well, I hope this will prove to be a permanent part of the culture at GardenWeb! ;-)
I second GARDENFREAK's request. I'm a newbie at this stuff and a little slow on the pick-up. Sounds GREAT -- but could we have some examples to help flush out the concept?
Yay! Glad to see this ... I better go tell Garden Len!
What potent blood hath modest May. - Ralph W. Emerson
An important area to cover! Sustainable agriculture.
yes spike and thank you for providing this forum, couldn't wait to tell all my cyber pals.
I'm looking forward to learning a lot from this forum, as I am very interested in permaculture, but haven't seen much about it. Thanks, Spike!
Thanks Spike and hi to Len and those I haven't met yet.Should be a great forum.Kurt
I guess I've always been a gardener using the permaculture philosophy and never new it had a name. I do know that my neighbors make fun of me for my ways in the garden. Maybe I can make a positive impact on my neighborhood, hey?
Thanks spike looking forward to this forum and all the information I'm going to gather.
I am thrilled to see this topic as a forum. Thanks, Spike. I have a few links below. Almost every area has a Permaculture Center nearby which may have classes and open house days. Sometimes they do presentations at other locations. Sometimes they pick up and move, or close down, just like any other type of business, so don't get frustrated if it's hard to find just what you are looking for. Check with your County Agent also; they usually know where permaculture is being practiced. -- Marie
Here is a link that might be useful: Permaculture links