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Why is so much theory about this needed? Can’t I just go out and plant some veggies and trees?

This is third of the five Modules that create the Integral Permaculture Curriculum

 

Although permaculture started as “Permanent Agriculture”, very soon we realized that an ecological food system

cannot work long-term inside an exploitative economy or an un-just society – we need to design systems that integrate it all,

and do it uniquely for each place and climate, culture and economic situation, and especially in a way that can last for generations.

 

In this module we grasp the main patterns of how ecosystems work throughout our planet, the foundations that nurture and sustain life,

and also specific design lessons from many different natural systems, and how to intervene effectively to move them towards maximum fertility,

as this is a level where we can act very easily to change the environment around us, and learn directly from nature about connection & self-esteem.  

 

OVERVIEW

Through this module, you will explore different questions such as:

  • What is Soil?  &  How can we take care of it?
  • How can we re-generate soils and ecosystems?
  • What are the Cycles of Life?
  • How can we effectively manage Water in landscapes?
  • What is Aquaculture?   & What can it be applied for?
  • What roles do Animals play in ecosystems?  &  How can we integrate them?
  • What is Food Sovereignty?  &  How can we achieve it?
  • How can we intervene to increase Biodiversity around us?
  • Why are Trees so important?  &  What do we need to know about them?
  • How can we design Forest Gardens?

 

Consider your thoughts on these questions before and as you study the classes, and notice how the way you design and manage projects changes when you work with these concepts and models – or not! – and tell us all about it in the discussion forum (below).

Course Curriculum

3.1 - Soil
3.1.a – Geology and Ecology 00:40:00
3.1.b – Agriculture 00:28:00
3.1.c – Biology 00:10:00
3.1.d – History and culture 00:14:00
3.1.e – Psychology 00:11:00
3.1.f – Permaculture 00:40:00
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3.2 - Regeneration
3.2.a – an ABC of regeneration 00:28:00
3.2.b – Examples : Jordan, USA, Borneo 00:21:00
3.2.c – Learning from Ladakh 00:06:00
3.2.d – Stop the destruction 00:04:00
3.2.e – Addicted society 01:18:00
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3.3 - Vital cycles
3.3.a – The fear of death 00:37:00
3.3.b – The elementals 00:22:00
3.3.c – Growth cycles 00:19:00
3.3.d – Natural succession 00:12:00
3.3.e – Terrestial biomes 00:06:00
3.3.f – Our niche in Gaia 00:12:00
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3.4 - Water
3.4.a – An EgoRestoration Project 00:21:00
3.4.b – Storage in Soil and Vegetation 00:22:00
3.4.c – Swales and Diversion channels 00:29:00
3.4.d – Rainwater collecting 00:12:00
3.4.e – Dams and Reservoirs 00:19:00
3.4.f – Mythology and Culture of Water 00:19:00
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3.5 - Aquaculture
3.5.a – Oceans in Distress 00:26:00
3.5.b – Finca Veta La Palma 00:20:00
3.5.c – Sepp Holzer Aquaculture 00:19:00
3.5.d – Some Marine Systems 00:10:00
3.5.e – Small ponds 00:38:00
3.5.f – Rehydration revolution 00:20:00
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3.6 - Animals
3.6.a – The Vegeterian Myth 00:12:00
3.6.b – Chickens and Tractors 00:23:00
3.6.c – Polyface farm 00:07:00
3.6.d – Transhumance 00:12:00
3.6.e – Duck-Rice farming 00:04:00
3.6.f – Some surprising Foie Gras 00:33:00
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3.7 - Food Sovereignty
3.7.a – The Via Campesina Movement 00:14:00
3.7.b – Basic Reconnecting 00:21:00
3.7.c – Types of organic agriculture 01:08:00
3.7.d – Some specific foods 00:26:00
3.7.e – Feeding the world 00:16:00
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3.8 - Biodiversity
3.8.a – Diversity Principle, Inside and Outside 00:12:00
3.8.b – Seeds and plants propagation 00:33:00
3.8.c – Nurseries 00:24:00
3.8.d – Habitats and Transgenics 00:20:00
3.8.e – Vandana Shiva 00:08:00
3.9 - Trees
3.9.a – The Basics 00:26:00
3.9.b – Growing and Maintaining Trees 00:23:00
3.9.c – Tree guilds and types of forest 00:16:00
3.9.d – Protecting the Trees 00:35:00
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3.10 - Forest Gardens
3.10.a – Importance of Forests 00:20:00
3.10.b – Forest Mythologies 00:21:00
3.10.c – How to design Edible Forest 02:02:00
3.10.d – Examples of Forest gardens 00:22:00
3.10.e – Re-storying – Woodland of the Future 00:50:00
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