Posted on November 24, 2015 @ 11:04:00 AM by Paul Meagher
I stayed up later than I should have last night watching Permaculture Skills videos at PermaSkills.net.
One of the people behind these videos is permaculturist Ben Falk whose work I follow because it is generally of high quality. I was not disappointed
with the quality and the selection permaskills he has focused on teaching in these DVDs. They also offer streaming of these videos which I opted for.
The videos are broken down into 4 groups corresponding to the 4 DVDs you would be ordering if you opted for that format.
This video series was successfully crowdfunded to finance their development and are now generating revenues on an ongoing basis through good reviews
and recommendations such as my own. Nice example of how crowdfunding can be used effectively and profitably in the long run.
There are many high quality permaculture books you can read to learn more about Permaculture but often it is hard to convey some of the more
practical skills you need to practice permaculture in a personal or professional capacity. Those into Permaculture often enroll in more than
one Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) under multiple teachers so they can be exposed to a range of people with practical know how of various sorts. Most of my permaculture studying to date has been online and on my own, so I jumped at the chance to learn by being exposed to some of the practical content they teach in their PDC training course.
So if you want to learn some practical design, living, landscaping, maintenance, and growing skills then I'd recommend you check out
PermaSkills.net to get useful and professionally produced content all in one
place by a variety of experts in the different skillsets.