International Permaculture Association

 
   
     
     
     
   
     
 

Link to Nashville - Permaculture Talk  by Christine Hall - Council Spokeperson

 
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Statement of Purpose

 
     
 

The International Permaculture Association was founded in 2013 to provide a global organization to serve the global permaculture community and promote the advancement of the principles, ethics, and application of permaculture design through the active restoration and rehabilitation of the earth’s soils, ecosystems, water cycle, and atmosphere by a multidimensional and strategic approach of unified global earth stewardship. By organizing into local sustainable communities, and uniting as a global nation with a common purpose of restoring and caring for the earth though permaculture design principles and practices, we can accelerate the healing of ourselves and our planet, and provide a quality of life that is unattainable within the current political, economic, agricultural, social, and industrial systems that currently exist in human society. Small systems are innately manageable at a local level and are exponentially more efficient than large systems, and exponentially less wasteful, with the potential of producing zero waste, infinitely productive and indefinitely sustainable. Without the organizations and legal structures to facilitate these small systems and communities, this goal may prove to be an impossible task, but with them, they may allow us to create an alternative to the destruction of, and total annihilation of life on our planet. The more connected and organized we become, the more we can accomplish in less time, and with less effort. This fact alone justifies the creation of an International Permaculture Association, as well as national and bioregional permaculture associations to facilitate political and local changes that will assist in the creation of sustainable communities while also providing support to those who are transitioning to, or currently practicing a sustainable lifestyle.

 
     
 

Members

- Matthew Stephens (USA) - Dan Carroll (USA) - Christine Hall (USA) -
-Adrian Baxt-Dent (Australia) - Brett Pritchard (AU) - 
- Dylan Ryals Hamilton (USA) - Ho Phui Ling (Malaysia) - Bonnie Borucki (USA) -
- Bharat Mansata (India) - Asta Jankune (UK) -
- Pancho Mcfarlane (USA) - Malik Coburn (USA) -
- Rosemary Olive Mbone Enie (Tanzania/Kenya) -
- Sudhiranjan Mandal (India) - Christopher Shien (USA) - Carron Bailes (UK) -
- Matt Limm (Malaysia) - Eco Chamindra (Sri Lanka) - Vickie Gunn (USA) -
- Jonathan Roe (Canada) - Khamisha Khan (India) - John Nzira (South Africa) -

 
     
   
     
   
 

 

 
     
 
 
 

OnlinePermaculture Design Courses

 
   
 

Bill Mollison 1983 PDC

Bill Mollison Online PDC

Bill Mollison 1985 PDC

 
         
 

Will Hooker PDC Video

Original PDC Handbook 1985

Wikipedia - Permaculture

 
         
 

Small Is Beautiful

Limits To Growth (1972)

Pattern Language

 
         
 

Tree Crops

Bill Mollison 1996
What is permaculture?

SILVICS 1 AND 2

 
         
 

The Flywire House - Holmgren

Owner Built Homestead - Ken Kern

Permaculture Design Part 1 (1980)

 
         
 

The Living Soil - Eva Balfour

One Straw Revolution - Fukuoka

Permaculture Design Part 2 (1980)

 
         
 

Silent Spring - Rachel Carson (1962)

Farmers of Forty Centuries - King

Agroforestry in Dryland Africa

 
         
 

Bill Mollison Interview,
Mother Earth News(1980)

An Agricultural Testament
by Sir Albert Howard

The City Forest - Yeomans

 
         
 

Ecology (1975) - Odum

Permaculture One (FR) - Mollison

The Keyline Plan - Yeomans

 
         
 

Analogue Forestry
An Introduction

Permaculture One
A Perennial Agricultural System for Human Settlements - Mollison

The Challenge of Landscape - Yeomans

 
 

 

     
 

Shelter History 1 (1971

Permaculture: A Quiet Revolution
— An Interview with Bill Mollison

Journey to Forever
Online Library

 
         
 

Free Space - Pamela Allen

Sustainable Ecological Systems: Implementing an Ecological Approach to Land Management

Biodynmic Approaches in
Research and Development
by J. Raupp

 
         
 

Manual-de-Construccion-Con-Bambu-ArquiLibros-AL

New Agriculture:
a Permaculture Point of View
by Venkat

Ekosea Homes
by Lee Porter Butler

 
         
 

On Growth and Formby D'arcy Wentworth Thompson

My Hankerchief Garden
by Charles Banard

Soil and Health Library

 
         
 

Self-Help Construction
of 1-Story Buildings –
Peace Corps

Traditional Food Plants
of Sri Lanka
by Udaya Rajapaksha

   
         
 

Solar Greenhouses for the Home

Sustaining Organic Agri
in Australia by Andrew Monk

   
         
 

The Food and Heat Producing Solar Greenhouse
by Fisher and Yanda

Organic Gardening:
A Guide to Resources:
1989-September 2003

   
         
   

Promoting Urban Agriculture:
A Strategy Framework for Planners
in North America, Europe, and Asia
By Paul Sommers and Jac Smit

   
         
   

Designing Sensible Solutions
to the Energy Crisis

   
         
         
         
   
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