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On a lovely early summer evening at Yandoit Farm in central Victoria, Permaculture co-originator David Holmgren, Very Edible Gardens Director and PermaBlitz co-founder Dan Palmer & Regrarians Director Darren Doherty discuss with Regrarians’ Lisa Heenan the benefits of cooperation for local enterprises, the use of swales and a few other issues.

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David Holmgren talks collapse at the Sustainable Living Festival Great Debate

The full event can be view here: https://vimeo.com/119722889

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David Holmgren

Listen to David speak on MixCloud talking about his essay on ‘Crash on Demand

 

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Permaculture Flower

 

Explore this wonderful Permaculture flower – Pattern Language on the Prezi website.

Also other Permaculture works can be found here.

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The Food Forest writes…

This rare and candid interview with David Holmgren, co-originator of the permaculture concept was obtained by Sam Collins during a Permacuture Design Certificate course David taught at The Food Forest in April 2010. David reflects on the future of human occupation on the planet and permacultures template for survival and abundance.

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Modern Survival writes…

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“Today we will once again delve deeply into the topic of permaculture.  Permaculture in its’ modern form is the result of the combined efforts of two men, Bill Mollison and David Holmgren.

Very few people in the main stream world even understand the basics of what permaculture is, its mission and how it extends far beyond agriculture…”

Read more and listen to podcast here.

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The End of Suburbia is a must see documentary about peak oil, arguing that it spells a hard crash for the suburban dream. David Holmgren here offers a counterview, a vision of a radically retrofitted, food producing suburbia. David Holmgren is the co-originator of Permaculture.

[holmgren.com.au]

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