[permaculture] Permaculture standards
toby at patternliteracy.com
Wed Jul 25 21:53:13 EDT 2012
I disagree. I don't know if you teach, Daniel, but I see a huge proportion of people in my classes and in others go on to do outstanding work. The many skilled, successful practitioners of permaculture in the world are proof that permaculture can be taught. All you need is for one person to figure out how to teach it well, which Bill did.
On Jul 25, 2012, at 7:25 PM, Daniel Jager wrote:
> I do not understand this incessant need to "get the message out". That equates in my view with "educate the ignorant masses"!
> Who or what educated Bill Mollison? Was it really his university studies? Or were it his own observations and experience deep in the forests of Tasmania?
> Who educated Fukuoka? Was it not his own observations, his own awareness?
> Question is: How can you possibly teach THAT to someone else. I say you can't.
> At best, a few students will grasp it, most will just repeat blindly without looking, at worst you will get people that jump in and "help organize to movement", to "make guidebooks on protocols and standards", etc, and downhill from there.
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