For many people, thinking green and exerting effort in order to help Mother Earth is not really a good way to earn money. That, however, is a thing of the past.
Paul Wheaton, one of the leading figures when it comes to permaculture, would be holding a talk on Petaluma Seed Bank located at Petaluma, CA this coming Sunday, September 2nd. The said talk will focus on how to make money with permaculture.
Aside from his devotion to permaculture, Paul Wheaton is also into software engineering. To date, he is the site owner and moderator of Permies.com as well as CodeRanch, an online site dedicated to software programmers who would like to know more about computer programming. Permies.com, on the other hand, is the largest online resource for anything and everything about permaculture.
For most people, permaculture is nothing more than a movement to take care of the environment. In truth, however, permaculture is more than that. Permaculture, considered to be a branch of such niches as ecological design as well as ecological engineering, rests on three tenets or principles: taking care of the earth, taking care of the people around, and sharing the surplus. Its most practical application can be found in rainwater harvesting as well as sheet mulching.
As part of landscaping, permaculture can be used by many artists and creative people in order to make money. With permaculture, they would be able to maximize the use of one element without doing more harm to the environment.
For those who are interested in hearing more about permaculture, visit http://www.permies.com/, a site being handled by Paul Wheaton for individuals out to make a difference. You can also listen recordings of his previous talks at RichSoil.com under the permaculture category.
WHAT: Making Big Bucks with Permaculture
WHERE: Petaluma Seed Bank
199 Petaluma Blvd. N., Petaluma, CA 94952
WHEN: Sunday, September 2, 26, 6:30 p.m.
HOW: Open to the public
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subject: Symphonies in Seed & Soil Tour Date - September 2 - Petaluma Seed Bank