Olof Jönnerstig

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Hey Everyone
I have been busy working on Geoff and Nadia Lawton new website for the greening the desert project in jordan.
Would love to hear what you think of it. Also if there is any particular information you think would be good to include on the site.

greeningthedesertproject.org
1 year ago


Get Hands-On Permaculture Experience

Work Side By Side with Geoff Lawton And Learn Arid Climate Permaculture Techniques.

This is an opportunity to experience a Permaculture Master Plan project in action and learn directly from its main designer, Geoff Lawton. Part of the time you will be engaged in practical daily work while other parts of the program you will be learning theoretical aspects of applied permaculture.


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1 year ago


Become a Certified Permaculture Designer!
Join us on at our upcoming Permaculture Design Course in Jordan Taught by Geoff Lawton. Starting on the 3rd -14th of November. Book 21 days in advance to qualify for the early bird discount and save $180...

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GREENING THE DESERT PROJECT NEW WEBSITE


Thought i would share the latest on the greening the desert project :) , anyone here going this year ?
1 year ago
There is a permaculture design certificate course and a month internship at the Greening the desert project coming up in November - December..




GREENING THE DESERT PROJECT PDC





GREENING THE DESERT PROJECT INTERNSHIP
1 year ago


Check out the full infographic here:Rocketstove Infographic

Hey guys just thought i would share one of my latest infographics published on Permaculture News :) Hope you like it:)
1 year ago

Mj Lacey wrote:

This looks like it would be quite easy to fabricate at home - for much less that the $90 price point, discounted from $120 for backing.



Definitely, you could just dig pit and put a pallet on it and tada... but its not quite the same feel  :D

well what I like about it is that it is made to last and its easy, and can go mainstream which can get more people growing their own food etc :)
1 year ago
This i how they actually look like

1 year ago


How cool are these!!! have you spotted them yet???  no its not the girls!!!  The compost bins are actually the benches and they feed the planters around them :D
I had an idea like this ages ago although i never got around to actually doing anything about it. I was going to use a bath tub worm farm system with a wooden lid as a bench, but this is far better.

they are doing a Croud fund to get this out on the market!

Here is the link if you want to





1 year ago