How to Permaculture Your Life
AUD $ 32.50
Strategies, skills and techniques for the transition to a greener world
Caught between climate change and a fossil fuel-driven economy that demands ever more growth, the world faces a great transition – by design or disaster – away from fossil fuels to a less energy intensive future.
What proven tools are available to aid in making a successful, deliberate transition to a resilient, sustainable future?
How to Permaculture Your Life is a resource book for everyone interested in Transition, permaculture and more self-reliant and satisfying lifestyles. This book is packed with information on permaculture design principles, soil building, nutrient-dense food growing, including top plant and tree selections for all climatic zones.
This is the original self-published print version by Candlelight Trust. See the UK printing here.
How to Permaculture Your Life: Strategies, skills and techniques for the transition to a greener world
By Ross Mars
This permaculture resource discusses rainwater harvesting and irrigation, human waste management, strategies for rural properties with a unique focus on applying permaculture to small urban spaces for decluttering and efficient food growing.
Also find ideas for using hand tools, food preservation, energy production, and low-carbon housing and a plethora of nearly forgotten skills such as soap making, basket weaving, seed saving, and rope and candle making, and more.
On the desert island of a world in decline this is the one-stop guide to vibrant, resilient living you’ll want to take with you.
“… a toolkit of useful plants; alternative farming systems that repair and build soil; skills to add value to your produce; strategies for energy and water efficiency; and techniques to enable us to re-skill and re-learn arts and crafts many of us have lost in recent generations… this book offers us a powerful crash course in the thinking we will need if we are to create a future that actually works for everyone.”
Rob Hopkins, Founder of the Transition movement and author of The Power of Just Doing Stuff, from the foreword from the UK printing
|Dimensions||254 × 204 × 13 mm|