Midwest Permaculture

Leaving the planet in better condition than we found it.


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

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.

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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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Milton Dixon joined Midwest Permaculture's group

Thermal Mass Rocket Stoves

Hello Rocket Stove Lovers.Since we host a couple of thermal mass rocket stove workshops each year we thought it might be useful to set up a forum where everyone can share ideas, questions and experiences.  You can post pictures and leave links.  Enjoy...! (Bill and Becky)See More
Midwest Permaculture added a discussion to the group General Discussions

Wild Food & Fermentation Workshop With Sandor Katz

We're a big fan of fermented foods (low energy - high nutrition) and this week-long workshop in Asheville, NC, looks like a real winner.We heard from the good folks at Ashevillage so wanted to forward this announcement along.To our friends out East... you might really enjoy this. Hats off to Sandor Katz for the great work he is doing in the world... Bill Wilson…See More
Profile IconRuth Mortensen and Janet Greenhalgh joined Midwest Permaculture
Jan 19
Bryce Ruddock replied to Bryce Ruddock's discussion 2015 What are you planning to Do? in the group Plant Guilds
"Woody species, trees and shrubs, all with endo and ecto mycorrhizal fungal species and forbs beneath. Adding activated biochar into the active soil layer to support both root and fungal growth. The only way that we can rationally address the excess…"
Jan 15

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

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

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Have a design or a project? Share it here.


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...!!!

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Sandor Katz week-long workshop on fermentation. Asheville, NC.






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