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Who are the top 100 people of permaculture?

 
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I just added Paul Gautschi of The Back to Eden method



I think he's brought a lot of people to the idea of no-till and permaculture through his methods.
 
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YES!  I was ready to nominate Heather Jo Flores myself but you did it already!  She should surely be on the list!!!
 
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Nicole Alderman wrote: Would you like me to make posts down here for the rest of the people on the list?



Yes please!
 
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Seems like I only have one apple?  Instead of 10?  Or even 100 if it's changed to that?  And when I try to vote with my one apple, it just freezes up with nothing happening.  Until I refresh the page and get my apple back without my vote working.....
 
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Currently reading this: https://www.amazon.com/Bright-Green-Lies-Mainstream-Environmentalism/dp/194862639X/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= and thinking Derrick Jensen will be known as the Rachel Carson of our times.  He has a critical message for all of us Permies and Environmenatlists need to hear if we're truly honest and serious....
He should be on the list!  Thank you!
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Peg,

The apple poll is part of our apple system.  

https://permies.com/wiki/52882/apples-forum-kind

If you have three apples, you would get just three votes.

But "the people's choice" is open to everybody - including people with no apples.  And you can put a thumbs up on every post in this thread that you like.
 
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I would also like to nominate Indigenous people everywhere. Here's an example of why:

Ancient Gardens Persist in British Columbia’s Forests: https://www.hakaimagazine.com/news/ancient-gardens-persist-in-british-columbias-forests/
 
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Thanks, Paul for this link "The apple poll is part of our apple system.  

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If you have three apples, you would get just three votes. "

I figured that Apples were rewards to be earned but also saw Nicole saying that everyone was getting 10 for this voting and that she was increasing it to 100 just for this?

And the one Apple that I have (not that active on here, obviously!, at least so far) isn't working.  I was able to use my one thumbs up vote, though on the big poll.  Still says I have one Apple left to use and no more thumb votes.  Shrug shoulder icon here.....

I do think this is an outstanding forum in every way possible, technically and human energy.....looking forward to participating more.

And looking forward to learning more about how it works!

Thanks to all of you!
 
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The number of apples in the poll is more of a minimum, rather than a maximum. I have some crazy amount of apples (I've been on here a while!), but, I don't have 7,819 votes. I only have 100. When the apple limit was set to 10, I could only vote 10 times, not 7,819 times.

I'll try to reword the first post to make it a bit more clear!

 
 
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Peg Campbell wrote:Seems like I only have one apple?  Instead of 10?  Or even 100 if it's changed to that?  And when I try to vote with my one apple, it just freezes up with nothing happening.  Until I refresh the page and get my apple back without my vote working.....



Not sure how or why but it seems to be working now!  
 
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Nicole Alderman wrote: Would you like me to make posts down here for the rest of the people on the list?



Yes please!



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John D. Liu  

John Dennis Liu (born 1953 in Nashville, Tennessee) is a Chinese American film-maker and ecologist. He is also a researcher at several institutions. In January 2015 John was named Visiting Fellow at Netherlands Institute of Ecology (NIOO) of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. John is also Ecosystem Ambassador for the Commonland Foundation based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. In 2017 John Liu founded Ecosystem Restoration Camps, a worldwide movement that aims to restore damaged ecosystems on a large scale. (Photo and quote from wikipedia)
 
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Jean Pain

Jean Pain (12 December 1928 – 30 July 1981) was a Swiss-born  French inventor and innovator who developed the compost heater, a compost-based bioenergy system, that produced 100% of his energy needs. He heated water to 60 °C (140 °F) at a rate of 4 litres per minute (0.88 imp gal/min; 1.1 US gal/min) which he used for washing and heating. He also distilled enough methane to run an electricity generator, cooking elements, and power his truck. This method of creating usable energy from composting materials has come to be known as "Jean Pain Composting", or the "Jean Pain Method". quote from wikipedia
 
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 Ben Law

Ben specialises in Roundwood Timber Framing and has developed specialist jointing techniques for the architectural style of building he creates. These, he passes on through his flagship Roundwood Timber Framing course. The building of his house was filmed for Channel 4’s Grand Designs program and was voted the most popular Grand Design ever by viewers.

Ben is also a prolific author having written seven books. His latest book ‘Woodland Workshop’ is a practical construction book of traditional and modern woodland devices. Translations of  Ben’s book ‘Woodland craft’ are available in French and German, Roundwood Timber Framing is also available in French. (quote and picture from Ben Law's website)

 
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 Alan Savory

Clifford Allan Redin Savory (born 15 September 1935) is a Zimbabwean ecologist, livestock farmer, and president and co-founder of the Savory Institute. He originated Holistic management (agriculture), a systems thinking approach to managing resources.

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Dick Proenneke

Richard Louis Proenneke (/ˈprɛnəkiː/; May 4, 1916 – April 20, 2003) was an American self-educated naturalist, conservationist, writer, and wildlife photographer who, from the age of about 53, lived alone for nearly thirty years (1969–1999) in the mountains of Alaska in a log cabin that he constructed by hand near the shore of Twin Lakes. Proenneke hunted, fished, raised and gathered his own food, and also had supplies flown in occasionally. He documented his activities in journals and on film, and also recorded valuable meteorological and natural data. The journals and film were later used by others to write books and produce documentaries about his time in the wilderness. (Picture and quote from wikipedia)
 
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Mike Oehler

Mike Oehler (born January 2, 1938 in Chicago; pronounced /ˈeɪlɚ/ [ay-lur]) was an American author based in Idaho. He was a proponent and designer of affordable and sustainable alternative forms of housing.  (quote from wikipedia)
 
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Rajendra Singh

Rajendra Singh (born 6 August 1959) is an Indian water conservationist and environmentalist from Alwar district, Rajasthan in India. Also known as "waterman of India", he won the Magsaysay Award in 2001 and Stockholm Water Prize in 2015. He runs an NGO called 'Tarun Bharat Sangh' (TBS), which was founded in 1975.
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Darren J. Doherty

Darren J. Doherty (CPAg AIA) has extensive experience across the world in project design, development, management & training. A career-long focus on the profitable & regenerative retrofit of broadacre landscapes has seen Darren acclaimed as a pioneer in this important & often overlooked field. ( quote and picture from Darren's website)
 
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P.A. Yeomans

Percival Alfred Yeomans (1905 - November 1984) was an Australian inventor known for the Keyline system for the development of land and increasing the fertility of that land. As a mining engineer and gold assayer, Yeomans had developed a keen sense of hydrology and equipment design. Upon his brother-in-law's death in a grass fire, P.A. Yeomans assumed management of a large tract of land he later named Nevallan in New South Wales. Here he developed improved methods and equipment for cultivation.  His designs won him The Prince Philip Design Award Australia in 1974. (quote from wikipedia)
 
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David Holmgren

David Holmgren is best known as the co-originator with Bill Mollison of the permaculture concept following the publication of Permaculture One in 1978. Since then he has developed three properties, consulted and supervised in urban and rural projects and presented lectures, workshops and courses at a wide variety of events and venues in Australia and around the world. His writings over those three decades span a diversity of subjects and issues but always illuminating another aspect of permaculture thinking. (Quote and picture from David's website)
 
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Robyn Francis

Robyn Francis is an Australian permaculture figure, designer, educator, presenter, innovator and founder of Permaculture College Australia.

Having worked in Permaculture since 1983 permaculture throughout Australia and overseas, Robyn was founding director of Permaculture International Ltd (PIL) in 1987, designer and creator of Djanbung Gardens, Australia's leading permaculture centre, and was member of the National Reference Group which developed the Accredited Permaculture Training™ (APT) for Permaculture International. (quote and image from wikipedia)
 
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Rosemary Morrow is the author of numerous publications including Permaculture Teaching Matters,  The Earth User’s Guide to Permaculture, which has been translated into many languages, and The Earth User’s Guide to Teaching Permaculture.

For almost 40 years Rosemary has worked extensively with farmers and villagers in Africa, Central and South East Asia and Eastern Europe. Rosemary has especially dedicated much of her efforts to refugees the people of war-torn nations such as Vietnam, Cambodia, Uganda, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Kurdistan and East Timor, and to communities experiencing the serious effects of climate change like the Solomon Islands, and the effects of the GFC, like Spain, Greece and Portugal. quote from Blue Mountain Permaculture Institute
 
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Narsanna Koppula is a permaculture pioneer in India. A lover of nature and environment, he was among the first Indians trained by Bill Mollison in the 1980s. With his mentor, Late Dr. Venkat, who has been his constant source of inspiration, they created the first permaculture farms in India and formed Permaculture Farmers Group across the country. (Image and quote from Aranya Agricultural Alternatives)
 
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Penny Livingston-Stark is internationally recognized as a permaculture teacher, designer and speaker. Penny has been teaching and working professionally in the land management, regenerative design, and permaculture development field for 25 years and has extensive experience in all phases of ecologically sound design and construction as well as the use of natural non-toxic building materials.   Quote from Journey of the Universe
 
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Geoff Lawton

Geoff Lawton (born 10 December 1954) is a British-born Australian permaculture consultant, designer, teacher and speaker.  Since 1995 he has specialised in permaculture education, design, implementation, system establishment, administration and community development.

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Maddy Harland

Maddy Harland is editor and co-founder of Permaculture Magazine, an international quarterly in print, digital and online at permaculture.co.uk. Maddy co-founded Permanent Publications in 1990, a publishing company, and the Sustainability Centre in Hampshire, UK, in 1995, once a military base, and now a thriving immersive learning centre. She is a founding member Gaia Education who developed the Ecovillage Design Education course endorsed by UNESCO. Maddy is an adviser to the Ecosystem Restoration Foundation and a trustee for Common Earth, a joint initiative between the Cloudburst Foundation and the Commonwealth, a climate action programme aimed at supporting member states to adopt regenerative solutions to address climate change. Maddy has one of Britain's most establish edible forest gardens in Hampshire. She is the author of Fertile Edges: Regenerating Land, Culture and Hope and The Biotime Log. (Quote and image from Permaculture Magazine's website )
 
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Mark is a national leader in the development of sustainable public places. In the last decade he has directed, facilitated, or inspired designs for more than three hundred new community-generated public places in Portland, Oregon alone. Through his leadership in Communitecture, Inc., and it’s various affiliates such as the The City Repair Project (501(c)3), The Village Building Convergence, and the Planet Repair Institute, he has also been instrumental in the development of dozens of participatory organizations and urban permaculture design projects across the United States and Canada. Mark works with governmental leaders, community organizations, and educational institutions in many diverse communities. (quote and picture from Mark's website)
 
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Starhawk founded Earth Activist Training, teaching permaculture design grounded in spirituality and with a focus on activism. She travels internationally, lecturing and teaching on earth-based spirituality, the tools of ritual, and the skills of activism. (Quote from her website)
 
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Eugenio Gras is a dynamic 30 year veteran of regenerative agriculture with vast experience across the world, particularly in South America, Australia & Europe. His organisation MasHumus has an alumni of thousands of people, with their primary focus being to bringing cost-effective and simple regenerative agricultural technologies into the hands of every producer. A master communicator who speaks 5 languages, Eugenio engages all manner of audiences wherever he goes with his broad skill and wide experience. Eugenio is the author of 'Cosecha de Agua y Tierra' ('Working with Water and Land') which has sold thousands of copies around the world. A native of Guadalajara in central Mexico, Eugenio is an experienced builder, dairy farmer and cheese maker, consultant and trainer. (image and quote from Designed Visions)



 
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J. Russel Smith for his book, Tree Crops: A permanent agriculture, which highlighted the negative effects of annual, conventional agricultural, and advocated for perennial tree crops as productive substitutes.

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(February 3, 1874 – February 26, 1966) was an American geographer. He worked in the Department of Geography and Industry at the University of Pennsylvania and later the Columbia Business School where he chaired the economic geography program. From 1941 to 1942, Smith served as President of the American Association of Geographers. He is considered the father of the field of Agroforestry.



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Eric Toensmeier for his work in perennial food forestry and efforts in carbon farming solutions.

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Eric Toensmeier is the award-winning author of Paradise Lot and Perennial Vegetables, and the co-author of Edible Forest Gardens as well as a contributor for Drawdown. He is an appointed lecturer at Yale University, and an international trainer, presenting in English and Spanish in the US, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, and the Caribbean. Eric has studied permaculture and useful plants of the world for over two decades. He managed an urban farm project for five years, ran a seed company, and co-developed a farm business training curriculum that is now used in eight US states and three Canadian provinces. Eric’s most recent book is the Carbon Farming: a Global Toolkit for Stabilizing the Climate with Tree Crops and Regenerative Agriculture Practices which was backed by supporters through a Kickstarter campaign.



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Scott Mann for his outreach in The Permaculture Podcast

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Scott started The Permaculture Podcast in October 2010, the same week he completed a Permaculture Design Course with Susquehanna Permaculture. Originally interested in interviewing gardeners, homesteaders, and land-managers as a way to extend his permaculture education, this gradually shifted towards the emerging edges of permaculture beyond the landscape.

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Roberto Perez is a pioneer of the permaculture movement in Cuba where a food production revolution occurred starting in 1993, four years after the 1989 collapse of the USSR and the socialist block (quote from Permaculture News, image from Oregon State)
 
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Julious Piti has more than 20 years experience in Permaculture, he is the co-founder of one of the most interesting Permaculture Projects in Zimbabwe (CELUCT in Chikukwa - Zimbabwe). (image and quote from Poret)
 
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