In partnership with Rabbit: a journal for nonfiction poetry we are thrilled to announce the launch of the 2021 Venie Holmgren Environmental Poetry Prize.
In episode 221 of the For the Wild podcast, David Holmgren explores creative reuse, salvage economies, ethical relationships, permaculture, and the intricacies of mass movements that are trying to override a system that is deeply committed to a machination of consumerism and debt.
In ‘How Everything Can Collapse’, authors Servigne and Stevens strongly articulate the inevitability of some type of near-term collapse of what they call thermo-industrial civilization, while avoiding the hazards of apocalyptic millennialism. The balance between conveying critically important information and sunny exploration of the universal human instincts, behaviours and beliefs is one of the strengths […]
When does a book become news? When it becomes a bestseller? When its author is famous or influential? When it develops a cult following of readers? When it addresses the circumstances of a large segment of the population? When social media algorithms reinforce awareness of the book? When it addresses critical issues to the future of society and […]
Recently we were made aware of Mark Johnson’s creation of a permaculture allotment as a natural haven for people in London struggling with homelessness, addiction and mental health issues. Mark’s best selling autobiography Wasted charts the transformation he has made in his own life and provides an inspiration for times of challenge and change.
Melliodora Publishing and Grow Do It Permaculture invite you to attend the online launch of Our Street and Permaculture Action Cards: Sunday November 29 from 11am – 12pm.
This coming Sunday November 22 at 9am (AEDT) , David Holmgren is giving a presentation followed by a Q & A on ‘Fire Resilient Design and Land and Climate Care’.
Let’s never stop thinking about the future: The connections between permaculture, Japanese design and homesteading in a frugal future.
Amongst all the beautiful images of the 2021 Permaculture Principles calendar, is a stunning aerial shot of a mudbrick house and lush green tree amongst the devastation of bushfires on the south coast of NSW.
An email conversation between David Holmgren and Stephen, a reader and practitioner of RetroSuburbia.