In my understanding permaculture is a lifestyle, philosophy and a set of values and principles one can rely on when making everyday decisions about her/his life.
Authentic living of permaculture has therefore so many aspects to talk about from waste management, food production, community involvement to family management, personal spiritual life, practices and work-meditation.
There are so many aspects to talk about, learn about, discuss about, teach about. Not to mention all the generations and generational interactions, that can be involved in this life-long learning process.
I have been a teacher since 1994 when I started to teach as a lecturer at the St Istvan University in Hungary. Since than I was involved in countless teaching activities from university lectures and NGO and community trainings, to school-garden projects.
A few pictures about projects that involved teaching and/or community learning activities.