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This Forum is for general discussion around the topic of pemaculture and related areas of interest. This is also a platform for questions or clarifications that may come up about permaculture or related topics or how to use them for adding new posts.

1 1 Feb 13, 2010
by Ken B. at 9:53 PM

Discuss Cumberland Green Bioregional Council!

86 110 Jan 8, 2013
by Randall D. at 4:00 PM

Permaculture Ethics and Design Principles are the foundation of all that we do. These are simply statements or affirmations to help guide us through the garden as we proceed with the process of healing Gaia. If you have some to share, please do.

3 3 Feb 20, 2010
by Ken B. at 7:21 PM

We have started on the pathway into the garden. To insure our survival the most important yield in the garden is food. Without it, nothing else really matters. Include pure, clean and safe drinking water as part of the essential food list.

6 7 May 14, 2010
by A former member at 11:11 AM

Early American homesteaders when arriving at a new place to live, made the creation of a root cellar to store food a top priority. This also happens to be where they lived until such time as they could afford to build a house.

5 5 Apr 30, 2010
by martin h. at 4:28 PM

Tools come in a wide variety and depending on many variables, we can determine their usefulness. Many tools are a reflection of technology and a planetary game gone a muck. Here we can discuss the merits and uses of the many tools available to us.

1 2 Feb 25, 2010
by Joe B. at 9:19 AM

Education is one of most powerful tools in our arsenal. A large part of the educational experience involves the process of unlearning false premises. Then maybe, just maybe, there's a little space for the truth to get in, or a perspective to shift.

2 2 Feb 27, 2010
by martin h. at 10:22 PM

This space if for sharing topics related to Health & Spiritual Wellbeing. For example, there is a forum just for discussing religious or non-religious views. Please add any topics not covered if you sense that it belongs under this domain.

3 5 Mar 26, 2010
by martin h. at 1:24 PM

Money and Economics can be a mystery. One thing we can probably all agree on is that there is something fundamentally flawed with the predominant economic model under which we live today. So what would a sustainable and resilient economy look like?

3 3 Apr 6, 2010
by martin h. at 8:21 PM

Our survival depends on protecting the bioregion in which we live. Community and how we govern ourselves is one vehicle by which we can transform our bioregion back into the garden nature intended. What is the best pathway to restoring our bioregion?

4 4 Jul 3, 2010
by Ken B. at 9:39 AM

The Transition Network has achieved astounding results in the U.K. working at the township level. What can we learn about these successes which might allow us to use this approach at the bioregional or watershed level as well?

4 4 Nov 18, 2012
by martin h. at 7:49 PM

If you are not familiar with the Living Green Journal, see http://www.holisticec...­

2 3 Feb 28, 2010
by Cindy at 6:31 PM

There were a few folks at the business meeting at Eric and Beth's that snowy wkend in Jan. Notes from barter discussion are in the beginning of this thread.

2 4 Feb 22, 2010
by A former member at 10:13 AM

The results of June forums will help set priorities for implementation. For more information visit http://nashvilleopens...­
There are several topic set to be discussed in break out work groups.
Ideas from this forum will help.

6 6 May 17, 2010
by Cindy at 1:09 AM

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