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Agriculture as it was 12,000 years ago - caring itself with giant harvests

Permaculture apprentice newsletter
Permaculture: hill bed with dry wall
                            and the partition of zones
Permaculture: hill bed with dry wall and the partition of zones
Permaculture farm of Sepp Holzer
                            "Krameterhof" in Salzburg region
                            in Austria - permaculture of the Alps
Permaculture farm of Sepp Holzer "Krameterhof" in Salzburg region in Austria - permaculture of the Alps
Permaculture farm
                              in Le Bec Hellouin in France with the
                              family Hervé-Gruyer, hill beds on the
                              ground forming a mandala
Permaculture farm in Le Bec Hellouin in France with the family Hervé-Gruyer, hill beds on the ground forming a mandala

by Michael Palomino (2018)


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1) Chronologie - 2) List of books - 3) 12 points of Holmgren -





1. Permaculture cronology
Permaculture is agriculture that is preserving itself and almost ALWAYS works by itself - WITHOUT pesticides, almost WITHOUT machines, with maximum yield

Pioneers of
                                  permaculture F.H. King "Farmers
                                  of Forty Centuries" - Fukuoka in
                                  Japan "One Straw Revolution"
                                  - pioneer Bill Mollison in Australia -
                                  a Patrick Whitefield with
                                  "Permaculture in a Nutshell"
                                  - pioneer Hemenway with "Gaia's
                                  Garden"
Pioneers of permaculture F.H. King "Farmers of Forty Centuries" - Fukuoka in Japan "One Straw Revolution" - pioneer Bill Mollison in Australia - a Patrick Whitefield with "Permaculture in a Nutshell" - pioneer Hemenway with "Gaia's Garden"



2. List of books
Book list of permaculture:
                                  investigations of F.H. King with his
                                  book Farmers of Forty Centuries -
                                  pioneer Bill Mollison in Australia
                                  with his pioneer book
                                  "Permaculture One" - pioneer
                                  Masanobu Fukuoka in Japan with his
                                  book "One-Straw
                                  Revolutionary" - pioneer Patrick
                                  Whitefield with his book
                                  "Permaculture in a Nutshell"
                                  - Sepp Holzer from Austrian Alps with
                                  his book "Sepp Holzer's
                                  Permaculture" (original German:
                                  "Sepp Holzers Permakultur"
Book list of permaculture: investigations of F.H. King with his book Farmers of Forty Centuries - pioneer Bill Mollison in Australia with his pioneer book "Permaculture One" - pioneer Masanobu Fukuoka in Japan with his book "One-Straw Revolutionary" - pioneer Patrick Whitefield with his book "Permaculture in a Nutshell" - Sepp Holzer from Austrian Alps with his book "Sepp Holzer's Permaculture" (original German: "Sepp Holzers Permakultur"



3. Principles of agriculture with Mother Earth of Holmgren: 12 points

Observe + improve - save energy + efficiency - yield in the long term - ecosystem self-regulating - slow but steady growth - waste does not exist - always keep an eye on the whole - investigate holistically + plant - increase efficiency slowly - maintain diversity - also consider marginal zones - for changes react creatively
Holmgren and the list with 12
                                  points - his book "Permaculture.
                                  Principles & Pathways Beyond
                                  Sustainability"
Holmgren and the list with 12 points - his book "Permaculture. Principles & Pathways Beyond Sustainability"



4a1. Permaculture farm, principles+tricks

Zone Division - Planning - Vertical Dimension - Water Tricks - Mulching - Water Pouring - Ponds - Ground Tricks and hill bed - Buildings - Energy - Weeds - White Clover - Natural Pesticides - Compost - Transitions - Collecting Seeds - Tree Tricks - Vegetable Tricks - Beer Tricks - Animals in Permaculture - the useless monoculture
Permaculture: hill bed with stone
                                  rim, and the partition of the farm
                                  with zone planning
Permaculture: hill bed with stone rim, and the partition of the farm with zone planning



4a2. Permaculture: mulch and mulching
4a3. Permaculture with raised bed and hillbed (hillpatch)
4a4. Roots and root lenght - and natural fertilizer
4a5. Feeder (heavy - moderate - light feeder) + manure plants + companion plants ("partner plants")
4a6. Tricks in the greenhouse: fabrics, glass, or plexiglass - seedlings - pit greenhouse etc.
4a7. Pit greenhouse "Walipini" - also slope pit house (embankment pit house) - slope greenhouse, embankment greenhouse
4a8. Wheeds, plant illnesses, natural pesticides etc.
4a9. Compost tricks
4a10. Water tricks
4a11. Tree+fruit tree
4a12. Flower tricks
4a13. Berry tricks
4a14. Animals in permaculture
4a15. Dwelling house in permaculture
4a16. The machine pesticide monoculture is destroying everything



04b: permaculture farms, examples
1. Transforming a farm to its origins - pioneer Masanobu Fukuoka in Japan (1938) - 2. Sepp Holzer with his farm Krameterhof Austria (since the 1960s) - 3. The Permaculture Research Institute in Australia: Zaytuna Farm by Geoff + Nadia Lawton (1978/1997) - 4. The permaculture garden research project "Melliodora" in Australia by David Holmgren (1985) - 5. Permaculture farm of the Hervé-Gruyer family in Le Bec Hellouin, France (since 2004/2008) - 6. Project 63 at farm of Owl Farm (Eulenhof) in Möhlin (CH) (2018)
Permaculture farms, examples with
                                  citrus garden of Fukuoka in Japan,
                                  Melliodora in Australia, Le Bec in
                                  France, and Zaytuna in Australia
Permaculture farms, examples with citrus garden of Fukuoka in Japan, Melliodora in Australia, Le Bec in France, and Zaytuna in Australia



04c1: pioneer Masanobu Fukuoka: transforming a farm to it's origin - in Japan (1938)
Goal: Restore the original agriculture with fruit forest and straw as it was 12,000 years ago - seed balls - nature decides what grows where - the "mu" of nothing-to-do-farming - 5 principles: NO plow, NO fertilizer, NO compost, NO weeding, NO pesticides, NO pruning - Experiments with rice and barley and mulch - from 1979, traveling without end
Der Permakultur-Hof mit
                                  Zitrusgarten von Masanobu Fukuoka,
                                  Japan
Permaculture farm with citrus garden of Masanobu Fukuoka, Japan



04c2: Pioneer Masanobu Fukuoka with forest garden, prizes, lectures in India: mulching, fruit sequences rice and barley+clover, seed balls, forest garden of Dr. Save
1. The Orchard Organic Farm on Shikoku Island (Japan) 1998 - 2. Fukuoka in India 1997 - 3. The crops of barley+white clover + rice alone - 4. 1997 workshop in India: seedballs in the forest garden - on cereal fields - 5. 1998: Greece in Edessa with seedballs - 6th 1997: Workshop in India: virus diseases in plants - 7. With pesticide machine monocultures the desert comes - 8. Seed collecting - 9. India 1997: Press conference in Dahanu - 10. Nature makes food for the living beings - 11. Forest garden near Mumbai - water comes with big trees - 12. Mr. Save's organic forest garden in Salvad north of Mumbai - 13. The criminal lawn - 14. The seedballs with nature - 15. Living with the earth
Film: Fukuoka in
                                      Japan+India 1997: lectures,
                                      mulching, seedballs, criminal lawn
                                      etc.
Film: Fukuoka in Japan+India 1997: lectures, mulching, seedballs, criminal lawn etc.



04d1: Sepp Holzer with his farm Krameterhof in Ramingstein (Salzburg Alps - Austria)
Mountain climate in the Salzburg Alps between 1100 and 1500m above sea level - 40 years of experiments - Permaculture and stubborn Austrian authorities - details about Sepp Holzers agriculture: The creation of a new landscape - then minimal effort - medicinal plants + hillbeds - pigs plow the fields - cleverly combined mixed cultures save pesticides, etc. - books "The Agrarian Rebel" (2002) - "Sepp Holzer's Permaculture" (2004) - "Desert or paradise" (2013)
Permakultur-Hof
                                  "Krameterhof" von Sepp
                                  Holzer in Ramingstein in der Region
                                  Salzburg in Österreich
Permaculture of the Alps: Krameter Farm (Krameterhof) of Sepp Holzer in Ramingstein in Salzburg region in Austria



04d2: Sepp Holzer with a lake landscape in Tamera (Portugal)
Dry and dusty mountain landscape around Tamera until 2006 - Construction of See 1 - Construction of Lake 1 in 2007 - Filling the lake by 2009 - Increasing the groundwater level and revitalization of the entire area - Fauna and flora are returning - Fruit trees, vegetables, self-sufficiency etc.
Tamera
                                  (Portugal), See und Rekultivierung mit
                                  Beratung durch Sepp Holzer 2007-2009
Tamera (Portugal) where Sepp Holzer installed a lake system and recultivation came



04d3: Sepp Holzer and his Krameter Farm - permaculture of the Alps: Biodiversity and water with 72 ponds on the slope and low forest grazing
Pond management with 72 ponds on a slope - crayfish breeding - terracing with embankments with grazed low forest
Sepp Holzer,
                                  Krameter Farm (Krameterhof), 72 ponds
                                  on a slope and low forest grazing on
                                  terrace embankments
Sepp Holzer, Krameter Farm (Krameterhof), 72 ponds on a slope and low forest grazing on terrace embankments



4e. Permaculture Research Institute in Australia: Zaytuna Farm of Geoff Lawton (1978/1997)
Predecessor Mr. Bill Mollison: The Permaculture Research Institute on the Tagari farm since 1978 - Geoff Lawton takes over the Permaculture Research Institute - shifting it to Zaytuna Farm - almost self-sufficiency - 800m brook banks - bathing sites - rich wildlife - hills, ridges, valleys, forest - Zaytuna Farm: ecovillage, wildlife, permaculture planting beds and permaculture forest garden
Permaculture Research Institute
                                  of Mollison "Tagari Farm"
                                  (1978-1997) and with Geoff Lawton
                                  "Zaytuna Farm" (since 1997)
Permaculture Research Institute of Mollison "Tagari Farm" (1978-1997) and with Geoff Lawton "Zaytuna Farm" (since 1997)



4f1. Permaculture garden research project "Melliodora" of David Holmgren in Hepburn Springs, Australia (since 1985)
1985: Purchase of a piece of land - conversion into an intensive permaculture plant - Project "Melliodora" - David Holmgren and Su Dennett - mixed cultures, orchard, dams, harvest - volunteering and tours - books
Holmgren,
                                  his Permaculture Research Center
                                  "Melliodora" in Hepburn
                                  Springs, Australia, with books,
                                  harvests, integrated greenhouse,
                                  chickens, mixed cultures, garden house
                                  and ponds
Holmgren, his Permaculture Research Center "Melliodora" in Hepburn Springs, Australia, with books, harvests, integrated greenhouse, chickens, mixed cultures, garden house and ponds
Permaculture Research
                                Center "Melliodora" with
                                Holmgren's Design, logo
Permaculture Research Center "Melliodora" with Holmgren's Design, logo



04g1: Permaculture farm of the family Hervé-Gruyer in Le Bec Hellouin, France
A Farm installs 1 hectare of permaculture - the farm of the Hervé-Gruyer family in Le Bec Hellouin, France -- 2004: France: Acquisition of a farm in Le Bec Hellouin - in 2008 change of 1 hectare on permaculture -- Some impressions and pics from the permaculture farm of the Hervé-Gruyer family in Le Bec-Hellouin (France) 1,2,3 -- The hillbeds in the permaculture zone in Le Bec-Hellouin: The roots remain in the soil, so the hillbeds become always more fertile - yield per year 55 ¤ / m2 (2018)
The farm in Le Bec Hellouin in
                                  France of the Hervé-Gruyer family with
                                  1 hectare of permaculture since 2008 -
                                  almost 10 times yield than normal
The farm in Le Bec Hellouin in France of the Hervé-Gruyer family with 1 hectare of permaculture since 2008 - almost 10 times yield than normal



04h: Permaculture project Eulenhof (own farm) in Möhlin (CH) "Project 63"
There is a zone planning -- With a sector analysis -- The farm needs a pond system for water management -- Zones are set for vegetable growing and forest -- Plan of a perennial nursery -- In addition, the value added and the yield is analyzed, possibly further optimized -- Possibly other sources of income will be developed such as -- Removal of an old barn -- Extension or construction of buildings for seminars, training or accommodation -- Extension of the kitchen to a communal kitchen -- Installation or extension of processing rooms
Eulenhof (own farm) in Möhlin,
                                  (Shitzerland - because of criminal
                                  banks, criminal pharma, criminal
                                  Nestlé, and criminal government
                                  permitting these criminals etc.)
Eulenhof (own farm) in Möhlin, (Shitzerland - because of criminal banks, criminal pharma, criminal Nestlé, and criminal government permitting these criminals etc.) [1]



5a. Obstwaldgarten mit Permakultur - Prinzipien und Tricks



Associations for permaculture:

Austria: Permavitae: https://www.permavitae.org/


"USA": Permies: Permaculture and homesteading goofballs: https://permies.com/




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