Permaculture is a design system that works with nature to create abundant, regenerative systems. By observing natural patterns and using principles like zoning and stacking, permaculture transforms spaces into ecologically sound and productive landscapes. Anyone can apply permaculture, starting small with things like container gardens, worm composting, rainwater harvesting and native plants. Permaculture provides fresh organic food while also caring for the earth and community. With its ethics of earth care, people care and fair share, permaculture offers a positive vision for living sustainably.
Permaculture is an ecological design system modeled on patterns in nature to sustainably provide for human needs; its core ethics of earth care, people care, and fair share promote regenerative land stewardship, community resilience, and sharing surplus for the greater good.