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Regenerative Scales of Permanence by Alan Booker


In this hour+ long lecture from the 2022 PDC at Wheaton Labs, Alan walks you through the orders of scale for regenerative design and integrates these design methodologies for homesteading, farming as well as for use in larger scale systems.

This is all a part of Alan's Integrated Regenerative Design Framework curriculum developed for undergraduate level architects, engineers, scientists and developers.






In addition to teaching the Wheaton Labs PDC, Alan also provides consulting and workshops on earthworks, soil remediation, composting, forest gardening, holistic management of pastureland, keyline design, aquaculture and aquaponics, off-grid energy systems, and natural building systems.

Alan is the founder and lead instructor of the Eldenbridge Institute, which provides education and research in support of regenerative communities.

https://globalearthrepairfoundation.org/alan-booker-holistic-design-and-permaculture/





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