Permaculture: a more defined concept of responsible farming?

09/21/2012 03:56:00 PM
Tom Karst

 

TK: No matter the terms - sustainability, permaculture, environmentally friendly, or something else - there is considerable room for improvement in the industry. Thanks for Woody for sharing about permaculture. Here is another link on on the topic. Woody also mentions that in the early 1980s he used to write a monthly newsletter for Dimare California called "Fresh Talk."

"It’s nice to see the name recycled thirty years later," Woody writes. And that surprising fact fits the theme; we are nothing if not environmentally responsible.


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FlyoverMike    
West Point, CA  |  September, 22, 2012 at 10:46 PM

Please stop using the term "sustainable" and it's permutations. There is no "sustainable" anything. When you use a resource, it's used. It's not replaceable. You can use it responsibly; using as little as you can, restoring that which made it possible. "Sustainable" is a buzzword for social engineering types, and means many things to different people. Try "responsible" instead.

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