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Videos: Permaculture inspirationAnders Dreyer updated 4 months, 2 weeks ago 1 Member · 33 Posts
Anders DreyerAdministratorFebruary 3, 2021 at 21:29
Ecoversity – Online Live Permaculture Design Certification
Anders DreyerAdministratorMarch 30, 2021 at 18:51
This video is a little bit outside “traditional” permaculture but definitely worth watching and learning a few things.
Anders DreyerAdministratorApril 5, 2021 at 20:23
Organic Farm at 7,000ft plus Alpacas
I just love how much they have been able to do on the land in terms of diverse offers and innovative solutions.
Embark on a cinematic journey to the beautiful Bee Grateful Farm in Steamboat Springs, CO! Since it’s beginning in 2018, Jason and Hethir Rodriguez have built a thriving organic farm and started multiple complementary side businesses along the way. Learn about an innovative technique that significantly reduced weed pressure on their farm, Jason’s favorite (and very unconventional!) time-saving farm tool, and much more in this episode of The Good Life!
Anders DreyerAdministratorApril 23, 2021 at 13:05
Incredibly Diverse 17-Year-Old Syntropic Food Forest – The Food Forest Farmers
Syntropic farming is a new and ancient regenerative agriculture practice that can be implemented in any region, in any climate, in limitless ways – even in your own back yard. For over a decade the Lotz-Keegan family have been implementing permaculture practices to regenerate a degraded hillside into an abundant food forest of native and exotic trees that feed their family, their community, the wildlife, the soil, and their souls.
Combining the practices of syntropic agroforestry with the principles of permaculture and their own deeply thoughtful approach to land regeneration, food growing, and lifestyle, this family is partnering with nature to create a humming diversity on the land and a positive story about the role of humans in an eco-system.
Anders DreyerAdministratorMay 27, 2021 at 14:41
Be inspired by the incredible story of how Heidi and Evan have developed a thriving off-grid homestead from raw land with limited resources, plus a ton of hard work and determination! With every structure built by hand from trees cut and milled on their own land, a robust solar system to power their entire farm, and incredibly steep hillsides to farm on, there is a lot to learn from this incredible family! Learn about the recent devastating tragedy that turned their world upside down, and how it sparked one of the most uplifting experiences of their lives.
Anders DreyerAdministratorAugust 10, 2021 at 23:12
Tropical EDIBLE GARDEN PARADISE in Tennessee
Kaye makes a return visit to The Bamboo Guy, Darrell Luck’s amazing tropical infused edible terrace garden on his large property in Tennessee, guided tour with LOADS of gardening info!
Anders DreyerAdministratorSeptember 25, 2021 at 22:36
Incredible Permaculture Kitchen Garden Tour | August No Dig Homegrown Abundance
Anders DreyerAdministratorOctober 5, 2021 at 22:11
He Turned His Parent’s 6-ACRE BACKYARD Into a PERMACULTURE Paradise
We traveled to Trumansburg to see how he turned his parent’s 6-acre backyard into a permaculture paradise.
Anders DreyerAdministratorOctober 13, 2021 at 20:06
Biodynamic Agriculture: Farming in Service of Life | Kiss the Ground
A few voices of Biodynamic Agriculture share their view of the beautiful harmonies that exist within nature and how following Biodynamic practices can heal the land, influence our food systems and, in turn, nourish our health.
To learn more visit http://kisstheground.com/biodynamic/
Anders DreyerAdministratorOctober 13, 2021 at 20:16
Regenerative Agriculture and Permaculture Garden Tour | Sustainable Farming
We go on a garden tour at Full Circle Farms which is a regenerative agriculture farm in Waimanalo on Oahu, Hawaii. Organic gardener, Shawn shows us how he turned a horse arena into a bountiful and productive permaculture garden by making quality organic soil with the lasagna method, sheet mulching, composting, and vermicomposting techniques. He even shared a tasty treat with us that I had never experienced, delicious! This video by Elise Pickett of The Urban Harvest highlights the power of sustainable farming no matter where you live.
Anders DreyerAdministratorOctober 13, 2021 at 23:10
Agroforestry in Europe with Martin Crawford, Martin Wolfe, Philipp Weiss etc
You find Part 1 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H83je…
In this part 2 of the film, some of Sweden’s and England’s pioneers in Agroforestry explain how we through our food production can play a key role in restoring ecosystems, creating food security, new jobs and an improved quality of life. Hur kan vi tillgodose våra mänskliga grundbehov samtidigt som vi stärker hälsan i de ekosystem som vi är en del av? I denna del 2 av filmen berättar några av Sveriges och Englands främsta pionjärer inom Agroforestry hur vi genom vår maproduktion kan få en nyckelroll i att läka ekosystem, skapa matsäkerhet, jobb och ökad livskvallité.
Anders DreyerAdministratorOctober 26, 2021 at 19:52
Growing a Greener World Episode 1204 – Fall Gardening Chores
The decisions you’re making in the garden as this growing season winds down are already affecting next season’s success! Joe invites viewers to tag along as he puts the GardenFarm to bed in the fall and demonstrates the simple steps you can take now that will pay off with bigger, better results when next spring’s planting season rolls around!
Anders DreyerAdministratorOctober 29, 2021 at 22:09
This GARDEN May Make You Cry
This will probably be one of our most cherished gardens on the land we’re stewarding. Let us tell you a story of how it all came to be…
Anders DreyerAdministratorNovember 14, 2021 at 15:24
Why Biodiversity Matters
In continuation of our series on the four basic principles of soil health, this week’s video is all about biodiversity in the soil.
Anders DreyerAdministratorNovember 26, 2021 at 21:44
Incredible Permaculture and Homesteading School – A Complete Tour of Wild Abundance!
Wild Abundance teaches skills for living with the Earth. It’s a home, a hub, and a dream of a more interconnected and sustainable world. Their campus is located in the mountains near Asheville, North Carolina and is a living example of everything they teach with beautiful handcrafted buildings, abundant gardens and a community full of passionate people.
Wild Abundance offers classes that cover subjects foundational to human culture for millennia. You can sign up for their Tiny House Academy, get your permaculture design certificate or learn things like survival skills, basic carpentry and much more! They offer classes both in person and online. Rob Greenfield highly recommends education at Wild Abundance! Their women’s rewilding and women’s carpentry classes are super powerful and transformative!
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wildabundance/ @wildabundance