This is about
the busiest and most visited permaculture forum that I know of with
the potential exception of some Australian sites.
organic practices, critter care, general homesteading, alternative
building, alternative energy, woodland care, cooking and food preservation,
fungi, intentional community, wildcrafting, medicinal herbs, art,
music and aesthetics, resources: seeds, plants, honey, consulting,
etc., WWOOF / organic farm volunteers/interns/jobs...
serves the people who are transforming the world. It is a community
directory and networking forum that maps and connects non-governmental
organizations and individuals addressing the central issues of our
day: climate change, poverty, the environment, peace, water, hunger,
social justice, conservation, human rights and more. Content is
created and edited by people like you.
Here's a couple of the Permaculture groups there:
Permaculture Alliance of California, US based, international in
Permaculture Association of Teachers and Organizers http://www.wiserearth.org/group/PATO
comes to USA's Capital! Let's green the nation from the inside
How? Join us to share ideas and ethics like cooperation not competition,
maximizing valuable connections, working with nature, learning from
nature, least work for greatest possible effect, caring for our community
and taking care of our needs and products, right livelihood, less
waste/less haste, slowing down for higher quality lifestyle.... and
much more! Please only join us if you live or work within 100 miles
of the center of Washington DC, and have a genuine interest in
changing your life and your nation... from the inside out. So join
Coast Permaculture Guild and Santa Barbara Permaculture Network.
To get Up to Date Permaculture Ongoing Announcements for courses
, events and posting of articles of interest try subscribing to
our local Permaculture Listserves. ccpg serves San Lois Obispo
(firstname.lastname@example.org), scpg serves Santa Barbara down and including
Los Angeles (scpg@arashi,com), and sdpg serves San Diego area (email@example.com).
TO SUBSCRIBE to this mailing listserve, log on at the appropriate
regional website to which you wish to subscribe.
South Coast Permaculture Guild and Santa Barbara Permaculture Network
224E Figueroa ST #C Santa Barbara CA 93101
magazine, which is very supportive of Permaculture's
expansion, maintains two e-mail lists that enable its readers
to easily communicate with each other. One list is for global
discussions and the other for local discussions (i.e. pertaining
to the Central Coast of California). Go to http://hopedance.org/component/user/register
to sign up.
Northeastern Permaculture Network
Wiki: The network is a group of designers, teachers, students,
activists, farmers, homesteaders, and other permaculture enthusiasts
who mutually support and collaborate to demonstrate, educate, and
inspire permaculture solutions in the Northeast and New England. http://northeasternpermaculture.wikispaces.com/
- PC course and workshop announcements
- Relocalization organizing and coordination
- Permaculture site tours
- Networking and fundraising events
- Related articles and reviews
- Links to PC-related websites, directories and information sources
Addressing the Sierra Nevada Bioregion
including Angels Camp, Arnold, Auburn, Bishop, Camp Nelson, Camptonville,
Chico, Coulterville, Downieville, Grass Valley, Independence, Jackson,
Johnsondale, Kernville, Lone Pine, Mammoth Lakes, Mariposa, Mather,
Nevada City, Oakhurst, Oroville, Paradise, Placerville, Portola, Quincy,
Sacramento, Sonora, South Lake Tahoe, Susanville, Sutter Creek, Truckee,
and Westwood, California.
LISTSERVE was created to support communication, resource sharing,
and relationship-building among folks interested in permaculture
in Arizona and surrounding regions.
England Yahoo Groups: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/[GROUP] Insert one of the following into the space [GROUP] GreenPhoenixPermaculture, HVEcovillage,
EcovillageNWNJ, nyc_ishmael, TriStatePermaculture
New York State Rise Up Groups: http://lists.riseup.net/www/info/[GROUP]
Insert one of the following into the space [GROUP] permaculturehudsonvalley, northeasternpermaculture,
Mailing List in Germany (German Language) firstname.lastname@example.org
(post articles to this address) To subscribe, send email to
ADD YOUR ADDRESS PERMAKULTUR-ML in body of message
For A Future mailing list (of high interest and value to Permaculturists
/ designers / teachers. VERY recommended.) http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pfaf
- which is a general forum with news about the project and discussions
on useful plants. Currently fairly low traffic. Comments can also
be added to each page on our website, these are useful if you have
plant specific information you would like to add. For an index of
all the comments added so far see the discussion
lists page. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pfaf_developers
- discussion on developing our web site and database. We also have
a set of discussion boards linked in with our website and database.
Some of these contain very detailed information about specific plants.
-- Plants for a Future: 7000 useful plants Web: http://www.pfaf.org/
Permaculture (primarily information exchange) mailto:
is the site for collaborative solutions in sustainability, poverty
reduction and international development. Appropedia helps us sustain
our world. Learn more at our Mission
page. Appropedia Blog.
The Permaculture Information Web is a collaborative project
to provide a comprehensive resource of permaculture related information.
This wiki uses a precise language to describe the different parts
of human habitat and that language is used to categorize the articles
in this wiki. This narrative identifies the categories and shows
how they fit together. Follow links to start exploring the content.
Phoenix Permaculture Wiki is a new project created with the
intent of developing a shared and readily accessible knowledge base
for those interested in practising permaculture in the Phoenix, Az,
This wiki shares concepts of PermaCulture in a variety of approaches.
link to our site, clip the graphic, paste in your page(s) and add