Permaculture: A Designers Manual Hardcover – Dec 31 1997
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understanding patterns in nature,
earthworks and their use in earth repair,
techniques and design strategies for both urban and rural applications,
the temperate climates,
humid cool climates,
humid tropics ,
trees and their energy transactions,
energy efficient architecture,
legal strategies and trusts,
effective working groups,
money and finance,
While there is plenty of useful material for the average reader, the book is vital for permaculture students as well as anyone planning on becoming a registered permaculture teacher. Simply put, there is no book available that covers the topic of permaculture as a whole better than the Manual. If you are looking to get one book on the subject, this is it.
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This book has all the information you need to create a self sustaining life.
We can all protest by waving signs and raising voices, but the world's change must start from... Read more
Product received in excellent condition as advertised. Shipping took longer than expected but did have to go thru customs. PleasedPublished on Jan. 3 2011 by jack.h
If ecology was the primary intellectual response to the environmental and agricultural crises of the twentieth century, permaculture (or permanent agriculture) was its practical... Read morePublished on Jan. 30 2004 by J.W.K
This may well be the most useful one book you will ever read. Bill Mollison is the consumate intellectual wild-crafter, gathering ideas and techniques from around the globe and... Read morePublished on July 6 2002 by Byron E. Butchart
Having worked in the field of sustainable foresty and agriculture for the past 9 years, I found the concepts presented in this book to be VERY useful. Read morePublished on Dec 24 2000 by Jason Eaton