The Permaculture Handbook: Garden Farming for Town and Country (Anglais) Broché – 26 juin 2012
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The reference point is the urban-fringe "garden farm", producing foods for its occupants, neighbours and local markets, rather than Mollison's upland valley-scale farmstead or hamlet. But it has always been clear that Permaculture aspirations and techniques apply at scales from apartment balconies to broad-acre farms.
I guess I can't complain about a North American perspective on climate, species, etc. Much of Mollison's work was very Australian-centric. But it would be an improvement in the Permaculture literature generally to get global. Mollison and Holmgren tended towards language like "pole-wards" instead of South for the shady side, and international climate type classifications instead of national ones. They weren't fully consistent, and sometimes the language gets awkward, but I think it's an effort worth making. This book would benefit.
Don't know what I'm talking about? Want to get an overview of what this Permaculture thing is? Don't start here. There are short, accessible books that introduce you to the body of thought and practice that this book covers in comprehensive detail.
If you've read those and want the full Monty, this is one of the very best.
Disclaimer: I'm not an accredited Permaculture designer/practitioner/teacher/whatever. The official side doesn't do much for me. Permaculture is a body of ideas, aspirations and techniques for land care/land use that I've danced with ever since I heard Mollison speak at a camp in the Australian bush in 1974.
The only flaw (for somebody like me, who is living in mexico) is that it is 100% written for the US...but I'm so used to have to translate this kind of info to other climates and circumstances, so Im NOT taking away one star, beacuse all the rest is so great.
Timely outlook to Permaculture, practical and theorectical info, Bane is also an excelent writer, and this book is in my opinion the third book that is a must in any serious PC libary, after Mollisons Designers Manual, and Holmgrens "Principles and Pathways..."
Not to be missed, excelent for beginners and advanced...
Being new to the permaculture concept, I find this book an invaluable introduction to, and explanation of permaculture design and the reasons behind it. I am currently reading it cover to cover, to get a deeper understanding of everything that goes into permaculture, and then as I said above, I plan to use it as a reference book.
If you are new to permaculture but want to learn about it, this book is a great starting point. If you have been practicing permaculture for awhile, this book will still be a valuable reference tool for you.