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Permaculture: and overview of the design system

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Andrea Kopp

on 26 May 2011

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Transcript of Permaculture: and overview of the design system

Permaculture As in sustainable, steady state system of creative processes of human culture, such as creation of food, wisdom, shelter and community a design system based on an ethical core Observe patterns in systems: design with, not against Create functional connections:
intergarate rather than segregate Use biological solutions before technological solutions Produce no waste:
integrate outputs as resources Use the smallest intervention
that provides greatest benefit Design from pattern to details Design to obtain a yield:
"make it worth your while" Stack fuctions in space and time:
identify and utilize unoccupied niches Design for Self-Determination:
strive to create self maintaining systems Capture and store energy:
create buffers in the system Apply self-regulation
and accept feedback Creatively respond and adapt to change and infomed by design principles Earth Care People Care Fair Share Permanent • Culture a toolset Permaculture Design Methodologies Resource analysis (Free association) list system components on pieces of paper create "connection" papers next to with on top of in attached to under then arranage at random Random Assembly Zones zone 0 the hearth, center of home, the self, the center zone 1 zone 2 zone 3 zone 4 zone 5 daily business managed production low-input managed areas the sacred, the wild let it be semi-wild little management, occasional resources extraction a way to define site uses and facilitate functional flow care and respect for the patterns of the living and inorganic things in the biosphere supportive interconnected communities
social and economic justice setting limits to consumption
and distributing abundance
equitably then for idea generation Map overlays sector analysis outside influences wind sun neighbors noise water flows wildlife inflows, outflows context and connectedness access points helpful network connections percieved obstacles resources/knowlege
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