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Guy De Pompignac
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Hi,

i'm wondering what are your best blogs about permacultures ? from farmers, urban gardeners, about their food forest, guild building, chickens, etc ?

Only the best !



Here is some of the blogs i find very good ;

Experiences of food forest for chickens
http://www.avianaquamiser.com/news/

Temperate climate permaculture
http://tcpermaculture.blogspot.com/

Kerrplunk
http://kerrplunk.org/

Great podcasts and follow up blog posts
http://agroinnovations.com/

Great veg guild thoughs
http://farmerscrub.blogspot.com/
 
lil hodgins
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I just did a search for some blogs, thanks for the links.....do you know of any in france?
 
Guy De Pompignac
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I think my blog is the one which describe the most a permaculture design : http://www.permaculture.eu.org/blog

They are some great blogs of french permaculturists aggregated here : http://planet.permaculture.fr/

Here are more great permaculture (or related) in english :

* http://portageperennials.wordpress.com/
* http://sustainablesmallholding.org/
* http://tcpermaculture.com/
* http://turkeysong.wordpress.com/

Complete the list !
 
lil hodgins
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Great.....many thanks.
 
Travis Philp
gardener
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Not claiming to be anywhere near the best but I do blog about my permaculture farm in Ontario Canada...

Greenshire Eco Farms Blog

Greenshire Youtube Channel
 
Jay Vinekeeper
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Location: Northwest Lower MI
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This deserves to be on the first page for awhile longer.

Thanks Guy.
 
Nils Rehmann
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We have a little blog where we describe our efforts towards Permaculture

permaculture-beginnings.blogspot.ca

by far not the best, but we try to keep it interesting.
 
Chris Badgett
pollinator
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We have a blog for permaculture and organic growing here: http://organiclifeguru.com/blog/

The blog is part of the Organic Life Guru website.

Organic Life Guru offers online courses about permaculture topics by various folks like Toby Hemenway and Michael Pilarski.
 
Tom Bocking
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I’ve checked out several of these blogs, and many of those suggested are really quite good.

Over time I hope to make the list as well. I have a blog with a foundation in Permaculture, but a generational twist. It’s called Generations’ Bounty Podcast and the theme is “Helping you to Build Abundance for your family, now and for generations to come”. With that said, it’s really more podcast, less blog.

http://www.GenerationsBounty.com or Search for Generations Bounty on iTunes or Stitcher.

As of 9/22/14 there are 28 episodes with a new one coming out every day. Starting in the next couple of weeks it will chronicle the creation of a backyard permaculture system, or forest garden, from zero vegetation to what hopefully will be a highly productive edible backyard as well as a local educational site in North Carolina, USA.
 
Laura Johnson
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As a lifetime gardener- I discovered Permaculture a few years ago. Read a lot of books, went to Permaculture Voices #1. Ended up taking Geoff's online course.
Made a plan to convert my 30 year old garden into Permaculture with a small food forest. I am chronicling it on a fledging blog. www.steps2permCulture.com
Watch it happen! Need some encouragement along the way.
 
Miles Flansburg
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Anna Hess does a good one at...

the Walden Effect
 
Casey Williams
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I just started a blog!! It is definitely nowhere near "the best", but I figure it may help someone, somewhere along the line. It is out of my general comfort zone, but I wanted to feel like I am doing something in an area that I am passionate about (permaculture) in a time where I am not doing very much in the physical realm in the way of permaculture.

For those that may be interested. As time passes, the information shared through this blog may be old hat to many of you, but you may learn a thing or two as well. I definitely expand my mind by reading the thoughts of others with similar interests. Enjoy!

https://reconnect.live/
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