My name is Kinga, and this is my permaculture blog. Continue reading “Welcome!”
Imagine what the report says: “We have 12 years to limit climate change catastrophe“.
Imagine people celebrating Christmas or Hanukkah around the winter solstice, buying all the things we normally buy as humanity.
Imagine all the creatures, depths, currents, flows many of us had the privilege to watch and see in the Blue Planet II. series.
Imagine all the plastic Sir David Attenborough is talking about towards the end. Feel it…
What if, this year…
- we don’t buy THINGS?
- we only buy a native tree or a resistant variety of a fruit tree?
- together with our loved ones we plant this tree somewhere, where we can nurture it in the first few years of its life to make sure that it survives?
- we lite a candle and sing a song by that baby tree, wishing for the best?
Imagine this… How does it feel?
Plant a tree this Christmas with your loved ones!
Watch Blue Planet II. during the holiday season together!
You will LOVE it if you haven’t seen it yet!
Watch it again if you have seen it already!
Take pictures and post them, use #plantatreeatchristmas !
Imagine a lot of people not buying plastic but planting trees this year!
What a difference we could make in just one Christmas!
Doesn’t it give you goosebumps imagining it?
What a joy it might be for the Earth, for the next generations, for our very own selves!
Vermiculture is an absolutely simple and amazing solution in a garden. Not only it turns kitchen waste into animal manure but very easy to set up, handle and maintain. For a permaculturist, who do not have the time and energy to handle larger animal stocks (eg. chicken, rabbits, sheep, goats), worms can contribute to garden life with their manure in a low-labour-need way from the point of view of the gardener.
It is also a great thing in flats, small houses, small-scale permaculture spots.
This is a very interesting and informative presentation about ecofeminism, economics, social and economic issues that are strongly related to issues covered in permaculture and the flower of permaculture.
REGINA Garden is a relatively dry space with mostly sandy soil. In the process of garden development we have been trying to create new habitats for creatures to move in. Our intention is always to help nature to increase its biodiversity.
So in the framework of a permaculture training we have created this nice new habitat from a large truck tire. It was a lovely community upcycling experience.