Perpetual learning through our blog
We believe sharing good solutions through our blog creates a future we can thrive in. Through documenting our work, publishing internationally through social media, YouTube and print publications we share our experiences and build knowledge within and beyond our community.
Check out our recent posts, articles that have been written about our work and the videos we create to capture the solutions to capturing rainwater, building soil and creating profitable enterprises for both ecology and people alike.
Below are posts about our work in the field, courses we've taught or articles that have been written about our work. We seek to ensure everyone is properly credited. If you find there's something amiss drop us a line, we like to ensure credit where credit is due.
If you're new to permaculture here's a great article to start with that I wrote years ago. It even contains a reference to Keith Richards, so it must be good, right? You can learn more about me from some second hand sources here, and here.
Cuba’s Revolution… the Food Revolution.
The Urban Farmer, entrepreneur Ron Berezan, fell in love with a revolution in Cuba. Not the revolution that usually comes to mind, but a food revolution, which exemplifies simple, user-friendly methods for growing organic food and focuses on the limiting factor of all production – community and personal connections. All Points Land Design conducted an… Read more »
2 Million Trained African Permaculturists
An hour long conversation with permaculture practitioner Michael Nickels about training 2 million African men, women and children in permaculture.
Food Forestry & Victoria Master Gardeners
A one day food forestry workshop with the Victoria Master Gardeners Association.
Spanning the Great Divide with Permaculture
The Meaningful Work Project looks at the great divide and permaculture with Javan.
Discovering Javan K. Bernakevitch
Living the New Economy explores Javan’s work in Permaculture.
Since 2009 I've shot hundreds of videos... not all of them are posted. Below are a sample of what you can find on line. Before there was the self stick, there was my arm. I've gotten pretty good holding my camera or phone steady... well some of the time. Leave me a comment on a video if you have a question. Thanks for watching.