Midwest Permaculture

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This is the networking home of
Midwest Permaculture(.com).

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This networking site was created to facilitate connections between our students, graduates and the public on the subject of permaculture.

In essence, this is really just a social network, like Facebook, for anyone interested in permaculture.

Feel free to browse. The public forums are open to everyone to view. To post to these you will need to create a simple identity page. Add your picture if you like. It's really easy and we do not use your information for marketing purposes.

Have Fun...Connect... and Learn...
Bill & Becky Wilson
Midwest Permaculture Founders

Much gratitude to Milton Dixon (our internet technical advisor) who did the heavy lifting in making this site fuction: Miltonics@MidwestPermaculture.com

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Ernest Rando added a discussion to the group General Discussions
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Summer Camp Music & Arts Festival opportunity May 20th-25th, here in Illinois!

Dear Permies,We here at the Center for Sustainable Community and Midwest Permaculture have a unique opportunity for outgoing individuals interested in attending the Summer Camp Art and Music Festival at Three Sisters Park in…See More
13 hours ago
Bill Wilson replied to Bill Wilson's discussion Who has grown the haycinth bean? (Lablab purpureus) in the group Plant Guilds
"Thanks Bryce.  Good point Bryce.  The lablab is an annual in our climate whereas the clover is a perennial and will come to life each spring.  I wonder is lablab will reseed itself?  Assuming so if the beans are not…"
yesterday
Bryce Ruddock replied to Bill Wilson's discussion Who has grown the haycinth bean? (Lablab purpureus) in the group Plant Guilds
"Tried it last year on a fence but did not eat the plant at all. Will probably grow it again this year and try eating it at the young stage. The mature beans are said to be toxic. We have seen many of the gardeners at the community site in Oak Creek…"
yesterday
tom brandstetter is now a member of Midwest Permaculture
yesterday
 

What's Here for You - (Menu Across the Top)

Forums- Open to everyone to view
PDC Courses- For Students of our Permaculture Design Certification Courses.
Hands-On Trainings- For Students of our 6-Day Hands-on Training Intensives.
"Essential" Permaculture- For Students of our Weekend Permaculture Training.

Public Forums - All May Read - Members Can Post - It's Easy

General Discussions

This is a forum to discuss anything that doesn't fit into the other discussion topics.

Ask a Graduate

Ask your Permaculture Questions to our network of graduate students here! Share your experience and knowledge as well.

Plant Guilds

Share your plant guild successes.

Designs and Projects

Have a design or a project? Share it here.

Situations

If you have property and are looking for a trained permaculturist to help you design and work it -or- if you are someone who is trained in permaculture and looking for a place to work and develop, this forum is for you...!!!

Permaculture Messages from Around the World

Messages from our friends all over the world.

The Forums Below are for Our Registered Students or Our Training Intensives

 
 
 

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2014
Course Schedule

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Additional Trainings
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Join Edwin Waters
Midwest Permaculture
PDC Student & Teacher
for an
All Day Introduction to
Permaculture
Quincy, IL  April 12

 

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