Permaculture teaches hands-on skills that cultivate reciprocity between people and nature.



“What permaculturists are doing is the most important activity that any group is doing on the planet. We don’t know what details of a truly sustainable future are going to be like, but we need options, we need people experimenting in all kinds of ways, and permaculturists are one of the critical groups that are doing that.” —David Suzuki


Permaculture Wisdom tells us to:

CARE FOR THE EARTH: Protect and create wildlife niche and habitat, Increase biodiversity, Protect watersheds


CARE FOR PEOPLE: Teach and use sustainable design, Increase agro-biodiversity, Strengthen and enliven local culture, Create thriving local economies, Value indigenous knowledge


DISTRIBUTE THE SURPLUS: Share seeds and plants; share harvest; share knowledge and skills.


An introduction to Permaculture with Jenny Pell from Permaculture Now! and Jania from Peak Moment: