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While not exactly a book, I thought this was probably the best place for this post.

The Permaculture Calendar illustrates the 12 Design Principles, one for each month, using thought provoking images and text. It was design as a way to help people learn the principles, as defined by co-originator David Holmgren, with a daily use item.

By embodying the permaculture ethics, using 100% post consumer recycled paper, veg based inks and renewable energy to produce it, the calendar has a light footprint on the earth, and is a positive contribution to the people who produced it. To demonstrate the ethic of Fair Share, 10% of net sales from the Calendar will be donated to Permafund Permafund, supporting permaculture projects internationally, creating a truely ethical product.

If you are interested in finding out more, check out the Permaculture Calendar on PermaculturePrinciples.com.

Richard Telford
Did you ever grow anything in the garden of your mind? - Fred Rogers. Tiny ad:
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