[permaculture] Nutritional health

Holger Hieronimi holger at tierramor.org
Thu Oct 29 19:40:43 EDT 2009


Hello,
I´m new to this list - saludos desde Mexico

where you can get  Bill Mollison's book "Ferment and Human Nutrition" ? 
Seems that its out of print, just some really high prized copies are 
available at amazon
would be great to get it reprinted or available here

Holger Hieronimi (www.tierramor.org)
 

Scott Pittman escribió:
> I, too, would prefer to keep the Nutrition subject on the main list.  It is
> much easier to navigate past those subjects that don't interest you than
> have to navigate between multiple lists to be sure that you are covering
> your interests.  
>
> I can see when there is extended interest in machine tools, or scythes that
> there may be a need for an archive or another list but if it falls into the
> general purview of permaculture then it should remain in the general pc list
> serve.
>
> Bill Mollison's book "Ferment and Human Nutrition" is certainly a good take
> off on this subject and according to Bill is the most important book that he
> wrote.
>
>  
>
> Scott Pittman
> Director
> Permaculture Institute
> www.permaculture.org
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> [mailto:permaculture-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of jenny Nazak
> Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 3:13 PM
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> Subject: [permaculture] Nutritional health
>
> I share Laurence London's interest in discussing nutritional health  
> (and the issue of how to maintain health as one ages) with fellow  
> permies. Though I can understand why one would be inclined to split  
> this off into a separate list, I can also see a pitfall of doing so:  
> It perpetuates the widely held myth that permaculture is only about  
> farming and gardening; that anything that doesn't fall into these  
> categories is "off-topic" on a permaculture list.
>
> As I see it, aging and health and nutrition all fall squarely within  
> the realm of building sustainable culture.
>
> That said, I can still see why we would want to have subtopic lists as  
> a means of regulating traffic volume.
>
> Cheers
>
> Jenny / Austin Permaculture Guild, TX, USA
>
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