Permaculture Literacy – HHA

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  • Karri Newswanger says:

    I made it all the way to Track 1, Lesson 2.5 before realizing I needed to mark the lessons as complete! Oops!

    As I’m going back through to mark them off, I’m noticing a deepening appreciation for Lessons 1.5 & 1.6, the ethics and principles of permaculture. I appreciate the depth of the foundation of knowledge this course provides before building upon these concepts. So many of my questions are answered simply by referring back to the Ethics & Principles! Also much of my own and my partner’s moral values and life goals fit so perfectly within these values of permaculture, and we are both feeling so grateful to be finally getting our minds and hands in alignment with this path! <3 Happy to be here.

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  • Stephen Haley says:

    I like what you were discussing. I do feel that this could have easily been added to the previous lesson.

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  • Adreena Carr says:

    I can’t wait to see how all of these will tie together in a urban or city landscape – where you really have to work with the environment around you, with sometimes unconventional methods. These are pretty clear steps to follow!

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  • I really appreciated the difference between sustainable versus regenerative! I will dig a bit more into the notion of Rewilding human culture.

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  • Laci says:

    The 5 steps very helpful in simplifying the start process. I really enjoyed the explanation of the difference between sustainable and regenerative. i’d never really thought about the difference before. I see a lot of products or companies promoting the fact that they are sustainable, which is definitely better than destructive, but now i realize that’s there’s more that can be done & my choices/purchases etc can influence that.

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  • Josie Andrews says:

    Great practical steps to start with! and nice explanation between sustainable and regenerative practices.

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  • Bea Husslein says:

    Hi Bret, I just noticed lesson 1.7 is missing in the cliff notes. Thank you!

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  • Heather Ward says:

    On your slide show you have a misspelled word 🙂 rewidling instead of rewinding. I would love if your slides with notes on it were up about 5 seconds longer for us note takers. Thank you.

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    • Bret James says:

      Hey Heather, thanks for catching that spelling error, we will get that fixed. Also, you can pause the slides to write notes. Starting in Module 5 we have downloadable slides and are working backwards to add those clifsnotes to the first 4 modules 🙂

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  • Oakley Biesanz says:

    There is a type-o on the principles slide: “Rewliding.” Great info though!

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  • susan tupper says:

    like the five steps – (spell check rewilding…and on same note, I think I know what you mean by rewilding human culture but there are some wild cultures out there!! lol perhaps an elaboration on this point?) Thanks, loving the lessons and really glad I enrolled but man! I am feeling overwhelmed by all the work I have to do to regenerate the half dead hill I have!! esp. when the tools available will be rather basic..

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  • Xochitl Coronado says:

    these steps are going to be useful in prioritizing goals in the garden. i never thought about sustainable versus regenerative but it makes sense.

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    • Bret James says:

      yes, there is a BIG difference and one that is so critical for the world to understand. Reducing our footprint isn’t enough. We need to move to regenerate before its too late.

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