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      free book by Bill Mollison on permaculture design

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      Introduction to Permaculture by Bill Mollison. The book that started it all, this revised edition of a classic weaves together philosophies of land-use, hands-on techniques of soil, agricultural, and livestock management, earth-friendly irrigation, and more, to form a very clear and inspiring picture of how sustainable agriculture not only can but must be made to work. Simple line illustrations throughout.

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    Permaculture: Principles and Pathways beyond Sustainability: David Holmgren: 9780646418445: Books

    Permaculture is a design method based on ecological principles, founded in the '80s in Australia by Bill Mollison and Dave Holmgren. The focus is on the creation of high quality, sustainable human habitats. It can be applied at many levels of scale, from garden and landscape design to site planning, the integration of agriculture and forestry and urban/rural design.

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