Worldwide Permaculture Network

Posted on 03 February 2011

Back in September 2010 I (CJG) did a Permaculture Aid course with Geoff Lawton (founder of the Permaculture Research Institute) at his Zaytuna Farm in New South Wales.  During that course he told us he was developing a kind of ‘Permaculture Facebook’ – a place for people and projects who have completed a Permaculture Design Certificate to share their exciting, solutions-based work being implemented worldwide.

And now… it’s HERE… well, the beta version anyway. 🙂

It looks pretty impressive so far.  There are already hundreds of profiles created and over 30 projects entered.  We are sure it will grow quickly with lots of inspiring people connecting and sharing their holistic, sustainable solutions.

For those of you who have completed your PDC, I encourage you to register.


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