benefits of a permaculture design

We design landscapes and spaces that work with and benefit nature Any area of land can reap the rewards of a permaculture design project, from schools, nursing homes, commercial properties, communities and public spaces. Learning from nature’s success, we create a symbiotic relationship that allows us to work with resources already available.

  • Water catchment
  • Soil restoration & retention
  • Permanent food supplies
  • Healthier more nutritious food
  • Food forests that encourage wildlife
  • Self-sufficient power systems
  • Companion planting
  • Natural pest control
  • Sustainable structures
  • Aquaculture
  • Healthier more peaceful spaces
  • Restoring natural wildlife
  • Reforestation
  • Sustainable communities

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The word Permaculture (Permanent-Agriculture) was coined by Bill Mollison, who was a co-creator of the concept of an agricultural system working harmoniously with nature rather than against it.

The 12 main principles of permaculture provide the tools to live a sustainable and self-sufficient life working with nature and utilising the resources sourced from the environment.

The three core ethics of permaculture were derived from the commonalities of many worldviews and beliefs seeking universal principles to guide our own actions:

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