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The Resilience Hub & Portland Maine Permaculture Message Board › Supporting Science-Based Permaculture Research

Supporting Science-Based Permaculture Research

Lisa F.
Group Organizer
Portland, ME
Post #: 2,234
Some of you know Rafter. He does very good work and has identified a gap that needs filling. Pls support if you can.

.......there has been no systematic evaluation of permaculture farming. There is no published research.There are plenty of books, magazines, and websites - but nothing in the scientific literature. Whether you are a policy maker, a struggling farmer, or an activist, you’re left with some questions that are very hard to answer: What really happens when permaculture is taken up as an approach to farming? What kind of impact has it had so far? How do we know?

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