[permaculture] Permaculture or biodynamic, or agroecology/agroforestry?
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Thu Nov 13 21:57:54 EST 2014
If I understand you correctly, in Bulgaria and Europe there is a resistance to using permacullture for farming or as a livelihood. It is thought of as a subsistence activity.
Both are correct. Subsistence should be the first strategy. The second strategy should be to make a right livelihood living and have cash/barter income from one's activities.
Michael "Skeeter" Pilarski
Permaculture - Wildcrafting - Medicinal Herbs & Seeds
On Wednesday, November 12, 2014 7:34 PM, Steve Hart <stevenlawrencehart at gmail.com> wrote:
Ahhh Donny this will take more than a simple email, perhaps a skype chat.
But in brief, I personally have been involved with all groups and continue
to be. Many of the exponents within are very much attached to their own
doctrines and feel that their journey and their science is the most
advantageous in this whole realm of the worlds of the land-use disciplines.
The some exists in the worlds of composts. I guess you could sy it is the
failings of the emotional capacities of our species that develops this
competition. However on the other hand having these different disciplines
allows for some very specific research and development and models in each.
which inturn we as Permaculturalists pick up and use in our systems. We in
Permaculture are very fortunate to have all this specialisation going on
that we can then apply, for we see things as in a complete ecological view,
bringing all ecologies together in the soup, naturally, learning from
nature. And that, is why Permaculture has so much to offer.....in my view
On 13 November 2014 00:15, DONKA RADEVA via permaculture <
permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org> wrote:
> Hi to all permies,
> I have a question which I cannot fully solve till now. As you are with a
> greater experience in permaculture, could somebody explain me what are the
> slight or bigger differences between permaculture, biodynamic agriculture,
> agroecology and agroforestry?
> I see very common things among them in the agriculture practices they
> offer to the farmers and cannot fully understand what are the main
> differencies? One is sure - all they are organic and support polyculture
> versus monoculture!
> I have seen some excellent examples of farms on permaculture principles,
> but they name themselves agroecology farms - why is that?
> Thanks a lot!
> Donka Radeva,
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