It is not about being politically correct. As permaculture practioners, we know whole systems thrive when their parts function optimally, manifesting their highest potential.
Finger Lakes Permaculture Institute would like to highlight an upcoming event organized by Karryn Olson-Ramanujan for anyone interested in the international permaculture movement and offer a recording of her recent interview on The Permaculture Podcast show regarding her work on “A Pattern Language for Women in Permaculture.”
Anna McCown was raised as a Southern Baptist in subtropical Alabama. Yet now we find her as a queer southerner surviving the cold winters of upstate New York learning how to appreciate summertime while honing her permaculture organizing skills. Through Giving Ground Farm, she is working with the Finger Lakes Permaculture Institute to support permaculture education.
Who Is At the Table? An Invitation. The first day I heard the word “permaculture,” I was temping in a high-rise office building in downtown San Francisco. A coworker had asked me about my experience living and studying … Continued