WET systems for waste purification and resource production. Permaculture: Inspiration for Sustainable Living. http://www.permaculture.co.uk/articles/wet-systems-waste-purification-and-resource-production

What is Permaculture? Permaculture is an innovative framework for creating sustainable ways of living. It is a practical method of developing ecologically harmonious, efficient and productive systems that can be used by anyone, anywhere.

The BEST site I have seen on the subject! Permaculture Design: Vegetable & Herb Guilds | Permaculture Magazine

7 Reasons To Forget The Fall Garden Clean Up

Paul Alfrey from the Balkan Ecology Project explains how he& created the right herb and vegetable guilds for his Bulgarian site, including using a local stream for irrigation and chickens as pest for pest control and fertilising.

We discovered a fantastic introduction to the benefits of Permaculture. It was written by Maddy Harland, editor of Permaculture magazine, and is full of great ideas to keep your garden thriving, including tips to make a garden on your roof, walls or a balcony if you don't have any other space available. You'll also discover the wonders of the "animal tractor" and "chicken greenhouse", designed to make your garden more efficient and self-sufficient!

"Top 10 DIY Permaculture Ideas" I don't understand this article, I can't see the ideas' anywhere on the page, but this one picture shows me quite a lot, and is a similar size to my garden.

Growing salads, fruits and herbs vertically not only allows urban dwellers to grow food in small spaces, but follows the permaculture principles of stacking, using renewable resources and making the most of the edge.

This is so neat especially if you have limited space. Right now you are 7 easy steps away from a fantastic DIY pallet garden! Small spaces can go green and reduce how Cool!

The Flow Hive from the Barefoot Beekeeper's Perspective | Permaculture Magazine

Honey On Tap Extracts Honey Without Disturbing Bees - Raises 6 Million Dollars -

"[Inexpensive] (potentially free) to build & free to run houses: Mark Boyle takes us through some of the most cost effective and environmentally-sound options for housing"

Building with Nature, Green Hamlet, Ecovillage of Natural Homes

Quinta do Vale is an off-grid permaculture project of 2.5ha in the mountains of Central Portugal. It’s an evolving demonstration site for many aspects of sustainable living, with a particular emphasis on off-grid infrastructure. It’s run by Wendy Howard.

outhouses peppers toilets plumbing, How to create a composting toilet system with a flush toilet, a worm-composting bin and a green filter bed. Nothing is wasted and the garden is given nutrient dense organic matter.

How to Make a Knob Stick | Permaculture magazine

How to Make a Knob Stick | Permaculture magazine

Help spread the permaculture word... | Permaculture Magazine

A walipini / underground greenhouse is a great way to extend growing seasons, especially in cooler climates!

The Many Benefits of Hawthorn | Permaculture magazine

Chris Hope shares the various medicinal and edible benefits from hawthorn berries, flowers and leaves.

Living With The Land Part 1 - Forest Gardening | Permaculture Magazine

Martin Crawford, pioneering forest gardener, introduces us to his beautiful Forest Garden full of food, fibres and medicinal plants in South Devon.Centred around a key interview with Martin, the film .

Hugelkultur are no-dig raised beds with a difference. They hold moisture, build fertility, maximise surface volume and are great spaces for growing fruit, vegetables and herbs.

Hugelkutur Gardening - Learn more on how to build raised garden beds, and if this is the right method for your home garden.

Turning a Wood Stove into a Mass Heater | Permaculture Magazine

Make a Heater for Your Greenhouse. Turning an old wood stove into a mass heater for the greenhouse (winter heating) - Permaculture