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From permaculture design courses taught by Bill Mollison 1981 1986 and Lea Harrison 1985 Some of the illustrations in this book have appeared in Permaculture Two and Permaculture A Designers' Manu. A must for anyone wanting to get the basics of Bill Mollisons permaculture practices without having to read the full 559 page Permaculture a designers manual It has everything you need with good descriptions and principles that are easy to follow I love this book and refer to it often during my studies

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Introduction to Permaculture

1995 Reprint New Edition Tagari 216 page SoftcoverIntroduction to Permaculture is an updated and revised version of the first two permaculture books Permaculture One Mollison and Holmgren 1978 and. I dipped into this classic several years ago then returned it to the library Despite the wonderful illustrations there wasn t enough information on any one topic to grab me during those early daysHowever with several years of permaculture experimentation under my belt Introduction to Permaculture strikes me as a definite classic I can t uite figure out why it s out of print You have to read the book for what it is an idea book full of hundreds of great thoughts to send you researching in other directions I m not sure whether Mollison stole his ideas from for example Joel Salatin and Art Ludwig or whether they and others took a single page from Mollison s book and turned it into entire books Either way you can find many of the great ideas of permaculture summed up in this little bookThe other great thing about Mollison s book is that he mostly tells you when certain permaculture ideas aren t suitable to your farm So many permaculture thinkers are just thinkers and have no concept that their techniues might not be universal but Mollison is definitely a doer and it shows

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Permaculture Two Mollison 1979 and replaces them New material by Bill Mollison and Reny Mia Slay has been inserted along with excerpts from Permaculture A Designers' Manual and information taken. I found this easier to read practical than the other books Bill wrote A must buy


10 thoughts on “Introduction to Permaculture

  1. says:

    I dipped into this classic several years ago then returned it to the library Despite the wonderful illustrations there wasn't enough information on any one topic to grab me during those early daysHowever with several years of permaculture experimentation under my belt Introduction to Permaculture strikes me as a definite classic I can't uite figure out why it's out of print You have to read the book for what it is an idea book f

  2. says:

    Great book to begin wrapping one's thought process around Permaculture; I think this is something that should be reuired reading in the school system It would make for an interesting change in the way things are done in the

  3. says:

    After many years as a scientist with the CSIRO Wildlife Survey Section and with the Tasmanian Island Fisheries Department I began to

  4. says:

    I found this easier to read practical than the other books Bill wrote A must buy

  5. says:

    An interesting book with lots of ideas and information about permaculture although very prescriptive with little theory or evidence although I'm hoping to get that from David Holmgren's book Permaculture Principles Pathwa

  6. says:

    An extraordinary book by an extraordinary person In starting this book I expected to find lots of instruction techniue information dull stuff What I didn't expect is a strong voice for hope change and philosophy I expected to learn how to but I didn't expect the wisdomFor example after unsuccessfully protesting the degregation of the environment for two years he vowed never to waste his time opposing anything ever again Instead he create

  7. says:

    Seeing that this Introduction book was actually a collection of pamphlets which in turn was a transcript of a Permaculture course back in 1981 I thought I might skim through it before putting it away Boy was I wrong It is filled with interesting ideas making one want to try them Mollison is a genius and now I feel like attending one of his courses in person

  8. says:

    A great way to start learning about permaculture It has been many years since I read this book cover to cover but I use it a

  9. says:

    A must for anyone wanting to get the basics of Bill Mollisons permaculture practices without having to read the full 559 page 'Permaculture a designers' manual' It has everything you need with good descriptions and principles that are easy to follow I love this book and refer to it often during my studies

  10. says:

    Great resource for providing models of thought regarding efficient production of human use and animal use products that is self supporting sustainable and scientific in its approach

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