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Applying permaculture principles to all spheres of life

 
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Hi folks!

One thing that fascinates me a lot is hearing stories of how people have applied some of the 12 Permaculture principles in order to solve a problem, or create a better way to do something, in all kinds of areas of their lives: from business, to personal finance, relationships and... of course, gardening.

I'd love to read more of these stories as I think they can really convey that Permaculture (permanent culture) is more than just sustainable farming, rather, a set of ethics and design principles that can be applied to anything.

With this in mind, I had the idea of setting up a website/blog just to collect and share these creative applications of permaculture principles in many different fields.

I'm posting this to, in a very informal way, survey what would be other people's interest in reading such a thing, or even collaborating in someway.

thanks in advance
 
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