Internationally acclaimed facilitator, educator and social change practitioner Robin Clayfield brings her permaculture classic to life in it’s 3rd edition, reformatted and re-edited.
It’s an all in one, timeless book. A must have reference for anyone who wants to make the most of their garden.
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Introduction and Acknowledgements
Principles of Permaculture
The Ethics of Permaculture
Zone 1 Design
Beyond Zones 1 and 2
Hands on in the Garden
Money can Grow on Trees
Useful Tools for Cooking
Cooking in Bulk
Special Needs and Diets
Recipes for 4 or 40
Healthy Eating and Food Combining
An Edible Flower Garden
Cosmetics from the Garden
After Dinner “Mints”
Reference Books and Recommended Reading
Softcover, b&w, with illustrations, diagrams and a very large recommended reading list.
A4 size, 268 pages
About the Author
Since 1990 Robin has been facilitating and creating one and two week intensive residential courses, training teachers, guiding women’s weekends, designing and leading empowerment and visioning sessions, presenting at conferences and festivals, as well as living, working and sharing with others in community – all in a spirit of empowerment, creativity, joy and holistic growth and learning.
She is the author of two books, two card games, several kits and resources for groups and facilitators as well as a CD of guided visualisations set to music. She is co-author of several resources including the well recognised Manual For Teaching Permaculture Creatively.
She is currently working on a series of five books documenting her ‘Dynamic Groups, Dynamic Learning’ methods and practise. See more of her work at the website Dynamic Groups.