Earth User's Guide to Permaculture

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Simon & Schuster Australia, 2006 - Organic gardening - 264 pages
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Permaculture is a way to repair and restore the Earth by analysis and design and can be practised by everyone. In this fully revised and expanded edition, Rosemary Morrow brings us up to date with our need to measure, monitor and reduce our ecological footprint. This book is a manual of practical permaculture. Included are extra chapters on seedsaving, permaculture at work, integrated pest management, and more about domestic as well as rural water usage and a non-destructive approach towards weeds and wildlife. Rob Allsop's simple and clear illustrations continue to support Rosemary's writing with their wamth and accessibility.

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User Review  - Tim McGilchrist - Goodreads

Awesome book. I'll be using it as a reference for years to come. Read full review

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User Review  - Sara McDonald - Goodreads

I read this book as part of my permaculture design course. The layout is like a textbook. I didn't mind the tone of the book as much as some other reviewers, but it wasn't as compelling as the books ... Read full review

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