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Permaculture Design Magazine is an authoritative journal containing in-depth articles on eco-regeneration, broad scale farming systems, agroforestry, home garden design and community action.

Permaculture Design magazine is produced quarterly and primarily serves the permaculture movement in North America but is also available globally. As North America’s first and leading permaculture periodical, you’ll find information about permaculture design, edible landscaping, bioregionalism, ecovillage design, aquaculture, natural building, earthworks, forestry, soils, agriculture, urban sustainability, renewable energy, regeneration & restoration, and many practical solutions to the challenges of life in an age of energy decline and Peak Everything..

Permaculture Design has served the North American permaculture community and readers around the world for over 30 years, originally known as the Permaculture Activist. The magazine receives no public funding and has consistently garnered high regard for dedication to grassroots learning and design intelligence. Stories are reported from readers, activists, designers, teachers, and community organizers across the continent and around the world to reveal the newest discoveries in ecological systems. They attempt to work at the permaculture edge and to provide information useful to people working on the ground.

You can help make a difference, have fun, eat well, find new friends, propagate love and justice, help the earth heal, and earn the praise of your descendants.

In this issue (99), you will read articles by:

  • The Upward Spiral - Jono Neiger
  • Tree-Crop Survivors: Amongst the Sprawl - Ben Richmond
  • Restoring Communities and Landscape: Agroforestry in Ecuador - Nick Slobodian
  • Ecology and Economy: The End of Restoration - Tao Orion
  • Woodland Permaculture - Don Tipping
  • Integrate, Don’t Segregate - Diana Sette
  • Open Letter Reclaiming Environmentalism - Derrick Jensen and Lierre Keith
  • Understanding the Ebb and Flow of Permaculture - David Holmgren
  • Abundance from Small Spaces - Graham Bell
  • A New Framework for Sustainability - Kristín Vala Ragnarsdóttir
  • A Tour of the Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute - Jerome Osentowski
  • Can Arable be Permacultural? - Federico Filippi
  • The Big Idea with Seven Billion Solutions - Rosemary Morrow
  • Harnessing Permaculture for Sustainable Development - Gisele Henriques and Lachlan McKenzie
  • Rights of Nature—Why Do We Need It? - Mumta Ito

  • And much more!

    Visit www.permaculturedesignmagazine.com for current subscription information.

    Other issues available here:
    Issue 96
    Issue 97
    Issue 98
    Issue 100


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