I'm new to the forum - have been researching Permaculture for the last year or two and safe to say I'm a convert. I have a huge interest in farming and hope to start a permaculture farm someday in the future.
Bealtaine Cottage <---website, is a permaculture site in Ireland. I don't know if she gives tours or not, but she has lots of videos of her place on her youtube channel at, Bealtaine Cottage <---youtube She's been working on her place, on her own, for 13 years now. And has made a significant improvement to her property. It's therapy just to look through all her photos and videos and seeing all the green. It looks like her website has changed since I last looked through it, but somewhere you will find some before photos when she first purchased it and it was just a lot.
My Food Forest - Mile elevation. Zone 6a. Southern Idaho <--I moved in year two...unfinished...probably has cattle on it.
Hi there! I'm in the North! Been studying Permaculture for 5 or 6 years now and have taken a year at the end of uni to wwoof round Norway and Ireland to try to decide where to buy land in the next few years.
Brexit could make a big difference what side of the border I settle on and I want to see the lie of the land before I commit.
So glad to see some non US based chat on here!
Hi, I'm staying in Cork for 10 days over Christmas and am looking for permie places to visit. Either centres to visit /join in with tasks or just cracking good heartwarming invigorating awe-inspiring places that will help me celebrate all things good.
Think of how stupid the average person is. And how half of them are stupider than that. - Carlin But who reads this tiny ad?
It's like binging on 7 seasons of your favorite netflix permaculture show