Permaculture Design- Zones

permaculture design zonesIn permaculture design you have the idea and concept of zones.  Zones are a way to organize your property to make sure that the correct plants get the appropriate attention based on the fact that you are going to visit certain areas more often than others.  In other words, we are going to take our excuses and our laziness and design an area that keeps me from working harder than I need to.  When you take into consideration that you can sit down with a bit of information (learned from me and others) and completely transform your property from a money sink into a place where you can grow food and feed your family, it is a topic that gentlemen SHOULD take seriously.  I little bit of work mixed with a lot of information and you can feed your family with nutritious food.

What are permaculture zones?

  • A quick review on permaculture design- sectors
  • What are the permaculture zones
  • How important this is in planning
  • This goes beyond hippy, feel good, hug the trees, positive vibes kind of stuff
  • Why we should consider adding zones to our property
  • Zone 0 through Zone 5
  • How they apply on my property
  • The application on a small suburban lot
  • What it looks like on a huge property
  • How to work your excuses into this design

Where can I learn more about permaculture?

Check out my video series that I started on permaculture.  It is a really great way to see permaculture in practice around my property.  Instead of hearing about it, you can see how it works.


The only resources used in the show were notes taken from a class I took.  This is a FREE class through the university of Oregon.  Click here for details.

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