Traditional Landscape Design VS Permaculture Landscape Design

A young family wants to make a change and asked two different landscape design teams to design their landscape for healthy fruits and vegetables, nuts and eggs. The two companies create designs and got back with the couple. The video shows the results and below you can easily see the connections and benefits the permaculture[…]

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Permaculture Tip of the Day – First Flush System Version 3

Nicholas Burtner has started testing out live video and chose to make the first tip from live video while it was raining in the middle of summer to explain version three of the School of Permaculture Suburban Site. Hope you guys enjoy! ~We greatly appreciate your shares and likes. Please share if you found something[…]

Davis CA

Permaculture Tip of the Day – Permaculture Suburban Planning

Get inspired with some footage of Davis California’s Village Homes. Nicholas Burtner visits and see how these strategies and techniques combined with appropriate technology over the last 50 years can make amazing future suburban sites! ~We greatly appreciate your shares and likes. Please share if you found something useful. What next? (click below) Take a[…]

Mediterranean Tree Guilds That Work

Permaculture Tip of the Day – Mediterranean Tree Guilds That Work!

Nicholas Burtner is again with the awesome Loren Luyendyk at a Mediterranean food forest he helped established roughly 7 years ago. Take a yander at the very established lists of trees, a short history, and some tips for each one in that is in this set up. Really awesome stuff! ~We greatly appreciate your shares[…]

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Permaculture Tip of the Day – Vegetable Washing, Worm Farm, & Probiotic Station

Nicholas Burtner is in Victoria, British Columbia with Ann and Gord Baird of Eco-Sense and Ann shows us her multi-functional vegetable washing / worm farm / probiotic station. It is a must have permaculture element that is very useful in the garden or on the farm and is extremely cool! www.eco-sense.ca ~We greatly appreciate your[…]

how many bananana

Permaculture Tip of the Day – How Many Bananas Can Fit in a Banana Circle?

Sorry about the low volume, external mic was being stubborn that day. Nicholas Burtner is at Haiti Communitere in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and stumbles upon this banana circle / banana clump with an obscene about of bananas for such a small space. Make sure to check out our other video explaining in detail what a banana[…]


Permaculture Tip of the Day – One Family, Seven Kids, Homesteading & Home Schooling

THIS IS PERMACULTURE! If they can do this, so can you! Nicholas Burtner is near Victoria, BC, Canada and got to visit Many Hands Farm of Curtis and Kim Robinson. They come from the same background just like many of you and turned their lives around for the better – into permaculture. Check this video[…]

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Permaculture Tip of the Day – Mediterranean Dry Land Gray Water System & Plant Selection

Nicholas Burtner gets a tour of Orella Ranch with Loren Luyendyk as he discusses the intricacies of planting a gray water banana circle-ish system in the Mediterranean dry lands. You can contact/hire Loren at: www.sborganics.com ~We greatly appreciate your shares and likes. If you found something useful, please share. What next? (click below) Take a[…]