Do you want to provide fresh produce for your family through backyard gardening?
Do you wish to build an affordable, sustainable, regenerative, resilient, low-maintenance and abundant garden?
Permaculture makes the most use of what nature provides for us by using specific designs strategies to maximize nature’s gifts such as food, energy, and shelter.
A counter to heavy industrial farming, permaculture is all about conscious planning that caters to the human needs while also respecting and healing the natural environment.
At its core, it involves drawing inspiration from nature to build an ecosystem that thrives just like a natural forest, grassland, or any other such ecosystem.
Sounds great on paper, but you must have questions along the lines of:
“Where do I start?”
“What tools does it require?”
“How much space do I need to begin?”
Look no further for the answers to all these questions.
All you have to do is follow 9 steps to practice permaculture… And you can start right from your backyard.
In Think Like An Ecosystem, you’ll discover:
A comprehensive 9-step guide to practicing and implementing permaculture (curated for beginners)
The 12 crucial principles of permaculture—observe and replicate nature’s finest solutions to maximize efficiency
How to plan and design your backyard’s landscape—from zones and water resources to soil types and more
A beginner-friendly guide to water management, including rainwater harvesting and irrigation systems for water conservation
How to create living nutrient-rich soil—command the power of simple composting and mulching methods
The many benefits of no-till gardening—preserve your soil and improve its quality
How to build your own garden beds—from popular raised-bed and in-ground methods to exotic methods like hügelkultur and herb spirals
The A-Z of plant guilds and companion planting—a comprehensive list of plants to grow together to maximize your output
Integrated pest management—100% natural, organic and eco-friendly
And much more.
Permaculture can often feel overwhelming, and while you may plan big for your backyard, you only need to start small—after all, it is an ever-evolving journey.
Let nature be your guide to sustainable living.
If you want to start practicing permaculture and reap all its benefits, then scroll up and click “Add to Cart” right now.
From the Publisher
What is Permaculture?
Amélie dives into permaculture, giving you a solid foundation to work from. Covering topics like:
– Philosophy and Principles
– Closed-loop systems
-Whole Systems Thinking
And much more!
With so much information, you may wonder where you even start. Many people freeze and end up with analysis paralysis.
With the comprehensive 9-step guide to practicing permaculture, you can start building your garden without second-guessing what comes first. These steps outline what you need to do from start to finish to get the job done!
A permaculture garden attracts wildlife and supports ecosystems. Learn how to increase biodiversity, attract pollinators, and gain an appreciation for small critters and bugs so your garden, and everything it affects, thrives.
A Sneak Peak at What You’ll Find Inside Think Like An Ecosystem…
How to Build a Rain Garden
A rain garden is a shallow depression with a berm on the downhill side. Rain gardens are an easy and attractive way to help reduce runoff from downspouts or rain barrel overflows. Plant your rain garden with deep-rooted native perennials.
Plant Guilds and Companion Planting
The A-Z of Plant Guilds and companion planting. It is essential that you make the most use of all your space. You don’t need neat rows or clean edges. Because each element will be a a companion plant, they want to be close to gather and any open spaces filled with ground cover.
How to Build Swales
A Swale consists of a trench and a berm. Swales help slow, spread, sink and store water. It’s like a trench that can capture water and prevent runoff
ASIN : B09RFVF5XP
Publisher : Ecological Food Forest (January 28, 2022)
Language : English
Paperback : 198 pages
ISBN-13 : 979-8985595604
Reading age : 13 – 18 years
Item Weight : 8.1 ounces
Dimensions : 5 x 0.5 x 8 inches