Takota Coen wrote:I'm curious what was your biggest insight/take away from the book?
Leigh Tate wrote:
Specifically, I have to say that the Step 0 discussion on paradigms really sold me on the book. I've been very aware of the first two, the degenerative and sustainable viewpoints. The first has always struck me as blatantly wrong, and something about the "sustainable" worldview has seemed off. Maybe because it just doesn't match up to my evolving relationship with nature after 12 years on our homestead. So, getting to the description of the regenerative paradigm was a happy "that's it!" moment for me.
Rob Avis wrote:If anyone has any questions regarding the book please feel free to post here. We will be checking daily and answering any question you might have about the book, our process and any of the tools we use.
Hope to hear from you soon!
Frank Cordeiro wrote:I only have a 5 acre property, garden about 1/4 acre due to water restrictions, and let the rest remain as forest. Many permaculture books are designed for larger properties. Is this book something I can use or would it just contain information for the larger community?
A Huggins wrote:I have really enjoyed the recordings on the Verge student dash board about the book after purchasing the book bundle. I have listened to them multiple times. Plenty of wise insights that are important to have a comprehensive wholistic design that aims to improve the designers well being.
At home I don't have time to scratch myself. I have four kids under ten. The eldest on the autism spectrum and the youngest still in nappies. Any advice on working my way into the planning tools sequentially?
Life is very hectic but I want use these valuable tools to make my actions more intentional and beneficial to achieve my well being goals. How would you approach your book if you were in the same situation? Thanks.
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