• Permaculture in India

    by  • January 6, 2008 • The Global Picture • 4 Comments

    Bill Mollison, the founding father of the Permaculture movement, gives us a quick tour of one of his many projects. This time we’re in central India, a couple of hours north of Hyderabad — walking amongst mangoes, bananas and a wide variety of other fruit and vegetables. What’s special about it is this ‘food forest’ sits on what was, only a couple of years earlier, a dry, hard, barren wasteland.



    Vinay Gupta is a consultant on disaster relief and risk management.


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