Permaculture: Back to Eden

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Eirik Hordnes is a follower of ReKnew who is passionate about earth care. He asked that we feature some information here to promote the ideas of Permaculture. Permaculture refers to an ecological design which seeks to develop sustainable human settlements and agricultural systems, by attempting to model them on natural ecosystems. It draws from several other disciplines including organic farming, agro forestry and sustainable development.

If you’d like to learn more, you can view two videos on the topic here and here.

Our world is in trouble. Let’s take the time to look at some alternative ways of living on the good earth.

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