As nature’s tiny pollinators, native stingless bees play a crucial role in maintaining the biodiversity of our ecosystems. Supporting these fascinating creatures through dedicated hive spaces can not only enhance…
Relying solely on tourism can lead to seasonal fluctuations, vulnerability to external factors, increased dependence on imported foods, and shifts in land use that threaten traditional agriculture.
Tool libraries and construction leftovers depots are integral elements in a holistic permaculture design.
Overall, organizing a permaculture network creates a supportive community that fosters collaboration, knowledge sharing, and collective action towards creating sustainable and resilient systems. It amplifies the impact of individual efforts, promotes learning, and inspires positive change on a larger scale.
An Unforgettable Beehive Splitting Adventure in the Costa Rican Mountains
By joining the group, you will be able to connect with like-minded individuals who share your passion for permaculture and learn more about the network’s upcoming events and activities.
Organizing a permaculture network can have many benefits for individuals and communities interested in sustainable agriculture and ecological design.
Both bees and mammals have social hierarchies, with individuals occupying different roles and positions based on factors such as age, size, and reproductive status.
Its nutritional benefits, ease of cultivation, and low maintenance requirements make it an ideal choice for those looking to grow their own food sustainably.
Its versatility, sustainability, and nutritional benefits make it an exciting area of study for researchers and food enthusiasts alike.
Permaculture networks can have various outcomes depending on their goals and focus areas. Here are some examples of potential outcomes: Increased access to locally-grown food: Permaculture networks often focus on…
Piper Sarmentosum is a versatile and fascinating plant with a rich history, folklore, medicinal and culinary use.
Unsustainable practices have significant negative impacts on the environment, human health, and social and economic systems.
Permaculture and collective unconscious intersect through the emphasis on interconnectedness…
Location Awumaki Tel 60858631 WA 8796 9606https://maps.app.goo.gl/sLRCeo3LkycEkxiZA Permaculture Design gives hope to those who find meaning in nature as the design itself is a copy of systems regularly forming and found…
When we work together in this way, we create a sense of shared purpose and meaning that is deeply fulfilling.
It promotes sustainability, biodiversity, regenerative agriculture, community building, and empowerment.
Lesser-Known Aspects of Kimchi
Therefore, promoting sustainability is an important way to prevent conflicts and promote peace.
Tropical lettuce varieties are better adapted to hot and humid climates.
there are cities that have implemented permaculture principles in their urban planning and design.
Yes, people can experience grief and other intense emotional reactions when they witness environmental destruction.
Permaculture recognizes that everything in nature is interconnected and interdependent, and that humans are not separate from nature but a part of it. Similarly, emotions are not isolated experiences but are shaped by our relationships with other people and the world around us.
fermentation is a versatile and ancient technique that offers numerous benefits
International Permaculture Day is a significant event in Costa Rica
mimic the patterns and relationships found in natural ecosystems
forests provide important ecosystem services that are essential for human well-being
…up untill ww1 all agriculture was organic
Here are three reasons why permaculture is decentralized:
Anyone can engage in permaculture design, regardless of age, background, or experience.
The permaculture network is a decentralized and self-organizing system that operates at local, regional, and global scales.
Costa Rica and Permaculture
when to resort to permaculture design?
permaculture design as a means of community building….
To learn to love snakes…
… how permaculture deals with free energy.
DESCUBRE EL SABOR DE COSTA RICA A TRAVEZ DE SUS FRUTOS Y PLANTAS CON UNA HERMOSA VISTA DEL LAGO ARENAL!
Pulling this one off involved danger, pain, exertion and improvisation. Right out of our alley. Pick your challenge. So grateful for this one.
“It is in our powers to culture and to thrive within Smart Landscapes. Will it ever be our mainstream intention?”
“In response to the positive potential of the air, negative charge builds up on the surface of the flowers through a process known as electrostatic induction …”
… begins with the organic ability of sugar production. Plants produce, use and store sugars within their sap or juice or, converted into starch, to be deposited through their seeds,…
…. said the bee entering the hive. Bees love honey, so do very many other creatures, small and big, humans included. The relationship between humans and bees is ancient. Humans,…
I am very grateful that I was able to be with Mary, Eva, Eric and Simon today and to have them over for an Excursion. Thank you beautiful family!
https://upwardspirals.net/organic-directory/ “Find the Others. ” Thank you Mikey for sharing. I’m looking forward to hearing from the readers what they think.
“there are about 1,600 species of bamboo, about 10% of them edible for humans”
He explained in Spanish how his family takes Gavilana always with them when going for a vacation. It’s effective to help against a list of ailments like indigestion, food poisoning,…
… in the human diet is beyond a doubt the deciding factor when we reach for one. We particularly feel the pull when it’s perky, moist, tender and vibrant. Tropical…
Imagine a baby growing in a span of few weeks to the size of a hump back whale. I know it sounds insane. Apparently, that’s the case though with the…