Under the Learning Tree, Permaculture is the harmonious integration of landscape and people. Providing their food, energy, shelter, and other needs in a sustainable way. Working with, rather than against, nature.

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Permaculture garden, de Vergoncey (France)

Do you have land (Garden, Allotment, Fields) that you want to get working for you as an edible growing space?
♥ Grow better tasting, healthier food?
♥ Improve your food safety & food security?
♥ Save money on groceries & cut food waste?
♥ Reduce your environmental impact?
♥ Regenerate the health of your soil?

Carrot for Seed Saving

Are you already growing your own food and want to learn how to
♥ Increase your yield by up to 7X from the same area?
♥ Produce food all year round using your own saved seed.
♥ With far less maintenance?
♥ Save money by ditching the need for chemical products?

Hedgehog wildlife

If we manage our gardens to benefit the threatened and declining wildlife species such as hedgehogs, bats, sparrows, song thrushes and stag beetles, they also benefit us.
♥ They play a key role in biological pest control.
♥ Act as valuable pollinators.
♥ They play a critical role in aiding crop production by creating well functioning soils.



What is Permaculture?
Recommended Books
Seeds & Plants
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Roots (Blog)

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Walk on the Wild Side
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You can find out more on our page What is Permaculture.

Permaculture is a design process. It helps design intelligent systems which meet human needs whilst enhancing biodiversity. Reducing our impact on the planet, and creating a fairer world for us all.

“A sustainable system is any system, that in its lifetime, can produce more energy than it takes to establish and maintain it.” – Bill Mollison

Permaculture design is unique in that it works with an implicit set of ethics. Using the same design principles that are found in nature. Apply these principles to growing our own food and this can give us up to 7 times greater yield. Yes, you did read that right seven times more produce. In a system that needs far less maintenance.

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Learning Tree Permaculture is a member of the Permaculture Association
The Permaculture Association works to radically and positively change the way we live in the UK and actively supports a worldwide movement.

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