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Greetings and Thanks for joining us here at Herb'n Wisdom.

We offer opportunities to learn about permaculture and the ways that we can incorporate it into our lives.

Permaculture is the art and science of creating community ecosystems in which plants, animals, and people interact to produce a fecund, ecologically sound perennial system that has the means to support itself indefinitely.

Our world is filled with many paths! How can we make decisions that support our diverse global community of life to flourish in our diverse ecologies?

Permaculture offers a set of ethics and principles to guide us in our journey.

It is said that "abundance doesn't come from how much you have. Abundance comes from how many times each element is connected to the other elements." Through connection, we build abundance.

The core of permaculture is to build meaningful connection.

May this website offer significant alliances between you and your community and the natural world.

"Agriculture is the foundation of modern civilization. Without a steady supply of clean, life-giving food, we have neither the leisure nor the energy to develop industry, science or art. Worldwide and in particular in the United States, our foundation has deteriorated dangerously. It requires immediate and fundamental restructuring.....the need to share the experience of farming with everyone who understands that our relationship with nature and the ways that we use the land will determine the future of the earth. The problems of agriculture and the environment belong not just to a small minority of active farmers, they are the problems of all humanity, and thousands of people are searching for new ways and new solutions."
-- Farms of Tomorrow, by Trauger Groh and Steven McFadden

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