Permaculture consists of a sustainability design methodology that seeks to achieve high levels of resilience with very low environmental impacts by observing the natural patterns and using a set of functional and relational space and resource management techniques. However, permaculture is also a philosophy with its own ethic; summarized in three principles: earth care, people care and fair share. It goes without saying, that permaculture is also fundamentally about trying to live here, on this planet, and right now, at this moment in history.
At the heart of any resilient permaculture project lies a well thought design, which utilises the four energies of earth, wind, fire, and water, in order to get the most from the land with little or no damage being a core priority. Permaculture gives you the oportunity to develop an action-plan that we can use to create sustainable family-living space, intentional rural or urban communities, management of responsible organizations or the integral education to your children.