The Permaculture Handbook

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The Permaculture Handbook: Garden Farming for Town and Country

ISBN: 0865716668 | 480 Pages | EPUB | June 1, 2012 | English | 16 MB

Permanent agriculture – abundance by design
The urban landscape has swallowed vast swaths of prime farmland across North America. Imagine how much more self-reliant our communities would be if 30 million acres of lawns were made productive again. Permaculture is a practical way to apply ecological design principles to food, housing, and energy systems; making growing fruits, vegetables and livestock easier and more sustainable.
The Permaculture Handbook is a step-by-step, beautifully illustrated guide to creating resilient and prosperous households andneighborhoods, complemented by extensive case studies of three successful farmsteads and market gardens. This comprehensive manual casts garden farming as both an economic opportunity and a strategy for living well with less money. It shows how, by mimicking the intelligence of nature and applying appropriate technologies such as solar and environmental design, permaculture can: Create an abundance of fresh, nourishing local produceReduce dependence on expensive, polluting fossil fuelsDrought-proof our cities and countrysideConvert waste into wealth

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