Are there others on here who are disabled? or do you know someone who is? or retired, on a fixed income, able to do some kinds of work but sitting in the office at the computer and handling social interactions and chemicals didn't work out?
Seems like a great opportunity here.
I'll post more later, but want to see what people have to say starting off with a wide-open question. Thanks!
Community Building 2.0: ask me about drL, the rotational-mob-grazing format for human interactions.
There are so many possibilities that could be added into designs to help and care for its users. Many of my aunts, uncles, and grandparents are retired. I think permaculture could definitely be used to enrich their lives.
This video by Cozy Aum gives her voice and advice on doing permaculture with a disability:
Martin Giannini made a nice series about widening permaculture: