Sivananda Yoga Farm BlogPermaculture
Permaculture stands for permanent agriculture, or more simply, permanent culture. The term was coined by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren in the 1970s. Permaculture is an ecological design science that compiles ancient indigenous knowledge with modern technology. Its foundation is the three ethics of care of people, care of earth, and share the surplus. It is a way to design communities, buildings, gardens and life based on patterns in nature. Permaculture guides us to live and design systems in a way that regenerate, rather than destroy, nature and our connection with each other.
Yoga and Permaculture Ethics Krishna Das teaches and helps coordinate Yoga and Permaculture programs at the Sivananda Yoga Farm. View Profile > "Yoga is permaculture and permaculture is yoga life." - Swami Sitaramananda There is a strong ethical congruence...read more
Do you want to make a positive impact in the world? A Permaculture Design Course (PDC) is a wonderful way to do that!read more
Spencer Nielsen explains the importance of permaculture and what makes studying permaculture at the Yoga Farm a unique experience.read more
Permaculture at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farmby Bill Wilson“Permaculturists can grow food just about anywhere, repair environmentally damaged lands, design lovely and long lasting green-buildings, produce power, run successful, people-oriented businesses,and build...read more
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