Permaculture: A Designers’ Manual By Bill Mollison
Permaculture refers to the design and maintenance of a highly productive ecosystem which means (permanent agriculture). This system demonstrates the diversity, stability and resilience of natural ecosystems. Above all, design seeks to learn from the wild and apply it to systems to create detrimental integrations between landscapes and people that provide food, energy, shelter and other tangible and intangible needs in a sustainable way. Permaculture: a designers’ manual is simply the system manual that assembles conceptual, material, and strategic components in patterns that benefit all forms of life, as the philosophy behind permaculture is to work with nature rather than against.
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ISBN 10: 0908228015
ISBN 13: 978-0908228010
Publisher: Tagari Publication
Pub date: December 1, 1988
Number of pages: 576 Pages
Weight: 2 Kg
Dimensions: 22.23 x 4.45 x 28.58 cm
(Hard Cover) Published December 1, 1988 by Tagari Publication