[permaculture] permaculture in coastal environments?
paul.cereghino at comcast.net
Fri Oct 20 22:34:31 EDT 2006
I am more familiar with the Thai situation. Charcol harvest is followed
by anti-biotic intensive shrimp farming resulting in a saline
wasteland. Alfredo Quarto is an incredible resource and networker for
tropical coastline issues
Within his network I have been impressed by Yadfon in SW Thailand for
their community development work. there is some information on the MAP
site talking about their community forest strategies. In particular,
their forging alliances between poor fisherfolk and poor hillfolk over
watershed management issues of mutual interest.
Olympia, WA, USA
Guilherme Neves Castagna wrote:
>Dear Permaculture friends,
> I'm starting to work with traditional indigenous and fishermen communities
>in down sth Rio de Janeiro, near the Sao Paulo border (where the IPC8-Brazil
>will take place next year) and am trying to devise solutions for the
>mangrove/coastal/marine environment out there.
> The place is a nursery for the marine wildlife and is abundant with endemic
>species from both land and marine environments. Its indigenous name
>"Mamanguá" translates as "place where food is abundant", that can sort of
>help to visualise the place... We are battling against time since the whole
>area is under threat from new estate developments, especially bays for
>powerboats from the affluent ppl from Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. The
>sooner we act, creating empowering solutions for these communities, the
> Anyway, I have been searching for permaculture experiences on this
>environment but haven't found none until now, and wonder if anyone in this
>list can give me any references on where to look for, or know of any such
>documented projects out there. All well intentioned help is very much
>All the best, com um forte abraco, cheers!
>Ajissé - Soluções Naturais!
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