A short video about a food forest.
A seven minute basic overview of edible forest systems.
Permaculture affects every part of your life, from how you design your room, to how you design your life. It encompasses how people are able to get along and make living decisions that make sense for the long term. This interview with Stephen Brooks, director of the Punta Mona center for sustainable living and education, offers some background and concise explanation of what permaculture is.
In this video, Juli and Jeff Gillies demonstrate a wide array of permaculture homesteading techniques on their 5 acres in Alberta, Canada. In just a couple of years they have transformed their land – an old junk yard – into a beautiful and productive garden, complete with a food forest and up-cycled raised beds.
Meet Jivin’ John Stansfield, Waiheke Island’s own sustainable soil soldier. In this episode, he’s planting food on council land in front of his house.
Food forests are at the heart of Permaculture and fast becoming a hot topic in many areas of debate as people realize their full potential.
Geoff Lawton is a permaculture consultant, designer and teacher. In this short video, he gives us a zero to 10 years tour of a food forest with chickens.
The Growhaus featured on local TV news
Tim Donovan, who calls himself “a farmer and maker,” leads the agriculture team at Project Grow, a program of Port City Development Center, an arts and farming organization that works with adults with disabilities. The project brings together people active in the arts, farming and community organizing and has grown from one small plot of about an eighth of an acre to four plots covering more than an acre and a half.
This video is Midwest Permaculture’s Intro to Permaculture Internet Webinar, The Case for Permaculture. Originally available free online in eighteen segments, it is now available here as one single video.