American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association
The Mission of the American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association is to promote sustainable rainwater harvesting practices to help solve potable, nonpotable, stormwater and energy challenges throughout the world.
Appropedia - Sharing knowledge to build rich, sustainable lives.
Appropedia is for collaborative solutions in sustainability, appropriate technology and poverty reduction. All are welcome to add to and edit Appropedia, to find, co-create and improve the solutions we need. Contributors have made 210,035 edits and uploaded 15,997 files. Browse their categories or all 36,428 pages (as of 07-19-2012).
Carbon Farming Course
Carbon Farming combines cutting-edge agricultural practices with the tools of ecological design to build healthy soil and profitable farms. The Carbon Farming Course is hosted by the beautiful ThreeFold Educational Center in Chestnut Ridge, NY, home of the Pfeiffer Center for Biodynamic Agriculture.
Friends of the Trees Society
Friends of the Trees Society is a small, grassroots non-profit which has been operating continually since 1978— twenty-seven years of service to the trees and to tree-lovers worldwide. Their work has touched over 100,000 people so far.
Green Living Monthly & Outpost Weekly
An Archive of Periodicals that Cover Permaculture and Food Production Techniques for the Spokane Region
Journey to Forever
Journey to Forever is a pioneering expedition by a small, mobile NGO (Non-Government Organization) involved in environment and rural development work, starting from Hong Kong and travelling 20,000 kilometres through 26 countries in Asia and Africa to Cape Town, South Africa. The site is home to a treasure trove of information.
Northwest Permaculture Convergence
The Northwest Permaculture Convergence is an inclusive annual weekend-long event that alternates between Oregon and Washington State. The Convergence brings together a remarkable diversity of people, all with creative approaches for designing living environments, and economic and culture systems that thrive within ecologically sustainable limits. Everyone who practices the ideals of Permaculture speaks a common language across the Northwest and all over the world.
Online Permaculture Reader Resource from TreeYo Permaculture
This Website is a creation brought to you by TreeYo Permaculture as an online service to those who are seeking information about various aspects of Permaculture. By using a multimedia approach, they hope to bring you as much concentrated information as possible.
Open Source Ecology
Open Source Ecology is a movement dedicated to building the world's first replicable, open source, modern off-grid global village - to transcend survival and evolve to freedom. They are farmer scientists - working to develop a world class research center for decentralization technologies using open source permaculture and technology to work together for providing basic needs and self replicating the entire operation at the cost of scrap metal.
Paul Wheaton's Permaculture Channel on YouTube
Paul Wheaton is a "tall, thick-bearded man with a penchant for overalls [who] first came to public prominence in the early 1990s when he founded MACS, Missoula's first-ever computer bulletin board system - a kind of pre-Web discussion forum." He became an avid gardener on his homestead in Spokane, Wa., eventually evolving into a permaculturist."After reading as many books as he could find on the topic, Wheaton set out to build an online network for the permaculture community. That site, Permies.com, is now a busy hub of conversation on topics covering all manner of permaculture issues". His YouTube channel is the video complement of permies.com.Quotes from The Missoulian
The purpose of permacultureactivist.net is to supply information that enables people everywhere to provide for their own & their communities' needs for food, energy, shelter, & a decent life without exploitation or pollution & from the smallest practical area of land.
Permaculture BC (British Columbia)
Permaculture BC connects bio-regionally experienced and knowledgeable instructors focusing on theory and hands-on activity for students to graduate with the highest amount of retention, application and inspiration needed to create a positive sustainable future.
Permies are goofballs that are nuts about permaculture. Permies.com is now the largest permaculture site on the internet.
This website contains useful and practical information about transforming residential properties and neighborhoods towards a culture and economy closer to home, safer, more secure and uplifting
The Center for Pattern Literacy
The Center for Pattern Literacy is a consortium of educators, researchers, and designers who use permacultural tools to develop sustainable solutions and strategies in a wide variety of fields. Their mission is to help the public, as well as design professionals, businesses, teachers, and policy-makers adopt and promote practices that are socially, economically, and environmentally responsible.