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Permaculture

Permaculture is a system of agriculture and social design principle that aspires to emulate or utilize ecosystem patterns occurring naturally. This term was first coined by David Holmgren, then a graduate student, and his professor, Bill Mollison, in 1978, which was originally referred to Permanent Agriculture but slowly evolved into Permanent culture. Permaculture has multiple branches like environmental design, ecological design, water resource management, sustainable architecture, ecological engineering and construction. It translates ideas into realities through sustainable living and architecture, rainwater harvesting, agroforestry, sheet mulching, rotational crop growth and grazing patterns, key-line design and water resource management.

Permaculture is a manner of developing infrastructure around natural systems instead of overriding natural systems to human advantage. It also helps eliminate dependency on non-biodegradable products, denudation of fertile topsoil from vast landscapes and reduction of dependency on manmade chemical.


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