Gathering Resources If you’re a parent and your goal is to learn more about the Permaculture practice but you’re also trying to homeschool and get all the things done in a day that goes with training and raising a family I hope you’ll join our family as we learn to combine the very adult worldContinue reading “Permaculture Learning Tools for Kids”
Here’s how chapter one looked in action for us 🙂 We had no lesson plan, start or stop time and kind of muddled through waiting for everyone to order their books from Matt at The Permaculture Student – but that’s done so Chapter 2 is looking very promising! After our first “class” with our familyContinue reading “Permaculture Student Chapter 1”
I’m guessing here that we’ll hit this chapter sometime in May 2016 but you can see our plans here.
It looks like we’re going to be starting this chapter some time around late March which means we’ll have lots of seeds in the ground 🙂 You can check out our on going plans here
We started Chapter 2 Wednesday February 3, 2016 and here I am trying to come up with a plan and Paisley wants to watch the video because they can hear the opening music. Check out our lesson plan here. Remember it’s a work in progress We opened with an challenge for the adults toContinue reading “Permaculture Student Chapter 2”
My husband loves listening to “The Survival Podcast” with Jack Spirko – “Helping you live a better life, if times get tough or even if they don’t.” Michael had a cyst on his spine a few years ago and was given the remove it or you’ll die speech along with the encouraging, you could dieContinue reading “Permaculture Student Laying the Ground Work”
The design principal in permaculture was the first thing that drew me in. Everything in life can be designed to suit the needs of those involved and as an old time homeschooler that’s starting in with the first grandkids I’m wanting to design a homeschool plan more in tune with nature. The nature around usContinue reading “Permaculture Student- Our Design”
Permaculture Student by Matt Powers picture Was it perfect in the Garden of Eden? I always thought so until recently, well actually I didn’t think about it I just assumed so. Does that make sense? Heaven was perfect, Eden was perfect, it was all perfect until Eve ate that non-botanically specific piece of vegetation.Continue reading “Tending the Garden”