More than a decade of permaculture implementation in Timor-Leste is leading to a unique guidebook specific to worldwide tropical climates — that is, if an ongoing crowdfunding campaign succeeds. The practical reference guide – A Tropical Permaculture Guidebook — aims at “assisting subsistence farmers in tropical areas worldwide to gain community, health, economic, environment & development […]
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The Kumukoa House community would like to thank The UH Hilo Student Association (UHHSA) for funding the permaculture parking lot at the UH Hilo campus. The project is a sustainability initiative supported by the UH Hilo College of Agriculture, The UH Hilo Sustainability Committee, UHHSA Sustainability Committee, student organizations The Agriculture Club and Global HOPE, […]
Thursday March 12th
Agroforestry Design Basics
Come join us and bring your questions!
You will learn observation, identification, and assesment of resources on your site.
Each site is different and the “problem” is often the “solution” as they say in Permaculture. Learn mapping basics to make sure trees have proper spacing to thrive. Learn strategies for planting in areas with little soil and or lots of rock.
Permaculture orchard creation in a nutshell.
∞ Cost: $12 with delicious vegetarian lunch included
- REGISTER HERE for Drop in Class ! $12 To Reserve Your Space for 1 (plus taxes)
About This Kickstarter Project Permaculture Activist has served the North American permaculture community and readers around the world for nearly 30 years. It receives no public funding and has consistently garnered high regard for dedication to grassroots learning and design intelligence. We report stories from readers, activists, designers, teachers, and community organizers across the continent […]
The Blitz is On!
It is happening again my friends. This Blitz is for the Fabulous Jacqueline Winter (pictured above) at her home on Waialae Nui Ridge. Jacqueline already has a number off edible elements at play so our mission is to amplify, revitalize, mulchify, and fertilize.
There will also be a grafting workshop taught by the Magnanimous Mr. Drew Wilkinson. Come get your learn on.
Your time, energy, and service is, as always, deeply appreciated.
Saturday, March 7th
Meet on-site at 9am.
WHERE: Waialae Nui Ridge, Mauka of Kahala Mall
RSVP: Reply "I'M IN - SEND ME THE DEETS" to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday Evening March 6th to receive the blitz location details.
Recently Ended & Funded The Film Chickens are the gateway towards complete self-reliance. Chickens are a perfect starting point for anyone who wants to be more connected to their food. Not only are they fun to raise; they offer eggs, meat, fertilizer, and they are capable of all kinds of work! I guarantee, that if […]
Soil Supporters Unite Sunday May 3rd
Molokai & Dano Gorsich With Geoff Lawton Permaculture In Paradise 34 Years ago Dano Gorsich asked his old permaculture teacher, Bill Mollison, what he should do with his land on the island of Molokai in Hawaii? Bill explained how he should design his tropical house, how it should face to capture the sea breezes, the […]
Hands In The Earth
March 3rd, 2015
Lease Land In Hamakua Start Your Own Farm The Hāmākua Agricultural Co-op holds master leases for approximately 1,000 acres of land located between Paauilo and Honokaia owned by the State of Hawai‘i. This land has been divided into 100 farms ranging in size from 3 to 20 acres. Our lands are situated at low elevations […]