March 7, 2017
The Permaculture Provision Project is really excited to see coverage in a mainstream publication showing the remarkable transformation of desertified land that is possible with permaculture.
This is the same kind of work that we have been doing on the Navajo Reservation and, to a lesser extent, in one of Colorado's poorest counties in the Southwest corner of the state.
So far we have been at work on a wing and a prayer but maybe coverage like this will allow more people to see how crucial this is to provide resilience to some very brittle landscapes and communities.
The picture on the above left could have been taken today anywhere in the desert southwest and just look what it has been transformed into with some very minimal efforts.
We at PPP urge you to read the original article (see link below) and forward it to anyone you know who you think may recognize how important this kind of work is.
I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!
Our work on the Navajo Nation recognized in the first annual Permaculture Magazine Prize award
October 29, 2018
The Greening of America's Biggest Brown Spot Begins
February 16, 2018
Is the mainstream press getting it?
Our work on the Navajo Nation cited by DePaul University
February 13, 2017