first flush version 3

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[…]

dehyrating food with hot water

Permaculture Tip of the Day – Dehydrating Food with Hot Water






Nicholas Burtner is in Victoria, British Columbia at the Ann and Gord Baird homestead, where it is truly awesome, and Gord shows off a very unique designed feature for dehydrating food using the “wasted” heat from the solar hot water heater. #Awesome Find out more and contact Gord at http://www.eco-sense.ca ~We greatly appreciate your shares[…]

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[…]

class photo

School of Permaculture Student Testimonials






School of Permaculture students share a little of their experience with the permaculture design course taught at School of Permaculture ~We greatly appreciate your shares and likes. Please share if you found something useful. What next? (click below) Take a Course Hire a Consultant Hire a Speaker Aid & Orphanage Donate Catch up with us[…]

biogasdigester

Permaculture Tip of the Day – Greenhouse/Biogas Digester/Root Cellar/Living Roof






Check out this multi-functional building that Sandy McPherson and Alan Philip put together. This building, made from the clay excavated from a water storage project on the same site, is a solar greenhouse with a thick wall between the sun side and shade side  to provide a cold storage root cellar. Along with the solar[…]

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[…]

Kelcey Carlberg

Kelcey Carlberg has this to say about the School of Permaculture






Current Permaculture Design Course student Kelcey Carlberg has this to say about her experience with the six month version of the permaculture design course at the School of Permaculture. ~We greatly appreciate your shares and likes. Please share if you found something useful. What next? (click below) Take a Course Hire a Consultant Hire a[…]

urbanite on steroids

Permaculture Tip of the Day – Beautifying Urban Spaces With Reclaimed Materials – Urbanite On Steroids






Nicholas Burtner visits Elijah Santoyo in a suburb or Los Angeles and gets rocked by some amazing implementation of urban design. You will definitely want to know how to get that natural patina stone look using urbanite, which we affectionately dub “Urbanite on Steroids”. Elijah explains it in this video. Learn more at www.earthflow.com —-[…]