Follow a journey through worldwide eco-projects

I have just come across a great site (IM)PERMANACE: global solutions for perninial living, which is documenting a families trip around the world visiting and teaching permaculture projects. Some of the places they are visiting overlap with places I have posted here, but there are so many more as well.

Their “Mission is to travel 40 000 miles overland through 40 countries, creating a free online documentary series about all aspects of truly abundant, healthy and integrative ways of living, farming and meeting our needs locally to share with you and the world in this time of great transition! (IM)PERMANENCE is a co- created film project realising open source learning resources for the world- from the people to the people!”

Their site is packed full of amazing commentary and photographs. I recommend a visit.

3 thoughts on “Follow a journey through worldwide eco-projects

  1. Hi, I am looking for projects that I and my 13 year old son can become involved in. My son wants to go in the direction of straw bale building and landscaping. I home school him and would love to incorporate this into his education. Thanks for the blog, it’s great!

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