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Permaculture has its origins in the designs of produce gardens, farms, houses and communities, and so the examples and references in texts are dominated by such. It is hoped that over time, this text will collect references and examples of permaculture design processes being applied in a wider range of contexts.
This book aims to provide a theoretical overview of permaculture to serve as a starting point for the research and application thereof. It does not aim to serve as an encyclopedia as there are other resources for that (see Other Resources).
- Ethics, principles, methods and outcomes
- Fundamentals - another approach to ethics and principles
- Base Map and sector analysis
- Designer's checklist
- Zone design
- Permaculture elements
- Needs and yields analysis
- Financial permaculture
- Edible plants Classification and Care
- How to: