Developed in Australia in the 70’s, permaculture is just that: permanent agriculture. By creating closed-looped systems and reducing waste, permaculture is being adopted across all sorts of backyard gardens and large-scale agriculture alike.
In modern applications, permaculture is one of the best methods for maintaining soil health, avoiding disruption of natural biomes, and ultimately bringing agriculture back to its decades-old origins.
Permaculture is a diverse topic that can take years to completely master. In fact, there are plenty of permaculture classes available online, many of which take hours to complete. If you’re interested in learning more, check out our articles below!