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Sustainable Living You Won’t Believe! Vol. 1 Going Organic PDC Documentary | Amazing Earth

Permaculture is a creative design process that is based on ethics and design principles. It guides us to mimic the patterns and relationships we can find in nature and can be applied to all aspects of human habitation, from agriculture to ecological building, from appropriate technology to education and even economics.

The Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course is a seventy-two hour (minimum) training experience. Students who complete the full curriculum earn the internationally-recognized Permaculture Design Certificate. It provides an introduction to permaculture design as set forth by the movement’s co-founder Bill Mollison.

Credit for this course is now accepted by a growing number of universities around the world. To date, thousands of permaculture designers worldwide have been certified through this course, and now comprise a global network of educators and ecological activists who influence major corporations, individuals creating new business alternatives, and groups of committed people working together to change the way we view and design into our landscapes.

The course covers sustainable living systems for a wide variety of landscapes and climates. It includes the application of permaculture principles to food production, home design & construction, energy conservation and generation, and explores the social and economic structures that support a culture that cares for the planet and all its inhabitants.

For more information on permaculture visit:
What is permaculture?: http://www.organicgardening.com/learn-and-grow/introduction-permaculture
Permaculture Principles: http://permacultureprinciples.com/
What is Permaculture Design Certificate Course?: http://www.permaculture.org/what/certificate/
Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Course: http://midwestpermaculture.com/whats-covered-in-a-pdc-course/

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Rafiul Karim says:

truly its lovely

Lotusrk123 says:

Dome greenhouse???

bigchunk1 says:

Why does this information have to come with so much pretentious music?

Brett Slater says:

I love your attitude I'm going to be link you up with my Facebook page please comeAnd like it because I love what you're teaching the more people need to hear about it thanks Brett Slater https://www.facebook.com/SustainableLivingandLifeStyle/

Mindful 45 says:

Very inspirational!

Артюха Магаданский says:

хорошее место…

martysgarden says:

I could not agree more, "health is wealth" and sharing is caring. I recently picked up a stress illness called Torticollis and had to close my Micro Farm for a while, until I am back to 100% full health.
I like working online and teaching others how to grow food, so fulfilling. This will fill up a lot of my time until the farm is back up and running.
Love the Video
Happy Gardening
Marty Ware (from Australia)

June ribaldi says:

Thank you  <3's  Organic  or nothing at all for me. Growing my first  Organic  Vegies and Food  Patio organic  Gardening

Prettyparadoxical Woman says:

I have just inherited land and I would like to build a permaculture community I am in the Ozark mountains please contact me on how to start a group here if that is possible thank you! I'm wondering if there are students that don't own land that have graduated from your school that would like to make a community on my land

That You'dliketoknow says:

What will the world be like when organic food grows locally in abundance everywhere, all over the world? Locally grown organic food designed as eco-systems is the solution to most of the worlds challenges. This is one of the key elements for a foundation of a peaceful and sustainable world for the well being of all, all of nature, including all humans as well as the highest evolution of our societies.
Check out this vertical farming solution for both indoors and outdoors: http://www.butong.se/butong.php?page=sustain&selection=contribution Check out biotecture and earthship design
Permaculture is the solution 🙂
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sohI6vnWZmk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FK0XFvxGxU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvc1Wm9KKro
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8z5xZLY1sA
Waterbox: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRF2bUBPA90
Val & eli's garden https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7iSaRzjxL3E
Imagine natural organic food growing everywhere designed as ecosystems, that requires less and less maintenance each season at the same time producing more and more food. Food parks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jP6rYLblSxc , food forests, deserts re-greening with healthy moist preserving green lands, food grown vertically, alongside, around, and in between buildings, organic food grown on the rooftops and so forth and so on.
Another key element for a flourishing world for the highest potential and well being of all is this:
Self –enquiry to re-discover our true core selves and natural states of being
Make sure to check out Mooji’s channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpw2gh99XM6Mwsbksv0feEg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Sxa6bCtlto
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysb5BHLa-6E
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4zArI0uqWY

MaZEEZaM says:

I clicked here to see the dome house? where is it? :'(

MaZEEZaM says:

I hope hes not in a bushfire zone, his house would not survive.

MaZEEZaM says:

I am all for sustainable living and permaculture but I feel this type of show sets the cause back because it makes it look like its just for hippies and not for the average household when it very much can be with a decent sized block of land.

JaySona101 says:

So who is the black guy? Everyone and everything else got subtitled, starting from your energy control system. Just curious.

Juan Reynoso says:

Great information to learn how to grow your own food.

David Lam says:

The only thing I couldn't believe was this guy spouting permaculture for 35 minutes only to cook with store bought prepackaged flour.

krrrruptidsoless says:

They music wasn't natural to me. Too loud. I didn't see any large pipe wind chimes or gongs. Basically though nature doesn't need music. Music isn't nature. Now there might be what people claim as a natural to music who performs well to human made time and rhythm. But nature doesn't have a set rhythm. Even the sun changes daily. The clouds get in the way, eclipses happen. Nature is a constant interruption of nature. Wind chimes although man made allow you to listen to nature's rhythm of breezes. Although the breeze through the trees are welcome on sunny days without the noise of man. Just the rustling of dry vegetation is enough noise. And religion is a backstabber to nature. Using animals isn't natural it's man made. In fact weaponry evolved from meat eating weapons. So how could having animals around except as a co-exister to enjoy their relaxational movements ever be considered. I watch these permacultures and they always act like they are natural. Then BAM there's the animals they are using. It is basically depressing to see people think that oppression and murdering of animals is both peaceful and natural.

GrowingDownUnder says:

If you can afford land that big you don't need to skip on using real toilets, have some hygiene at least when was the last time you washed those clothes?

JT says:

I want to come live there!

Jack William Atkins says:

I have never heard any music and I do not want to. I have never touched a dog and I do not want to. I have never voted and I do not want to. I have never read  a newspaper and I do not want to. I have never seen a movie and I do not want to. I have never played sport and I do not want to. I have never been in a car and I do not want to.

Jonas Dubaere (Dubion) says:

very nice, i can find myself in this :)

Cristenis Ribeiro says:

Eu agradeço por seres que além de viver o sonho compartilham conosco, alimentando nosso coração de boas aspiração. Obrigado!

danz177 says:

And there you have a community of people that work together voluntarily, where money is not key but a shared resource, but the earth and people are the key to its success. It's called a resource based economy and it is the future of humanity. I love this. Well done folks. Well done!

Jack William Atkins says:

no music please – just talk all the way through

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