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Verge Permaculture is about Permaculture Design. We don't just talk about Permaculture, we actually live it! In less than 10 years, Rob & Michelle Avis left Calgary’s oil fields and retooled his engineering career to help clients and students design integrated systems for shelter, energy, water, waste and food, all while supporting local economy and regenerating the land. They are now leading the next wave of permaculture education, teaching career-changing professionals to become eco-entrepreneurs with successful regenerative businesses. Learn more and connect with Rob & Michelle at https://vergepermaculture.ca/
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  • Better Gardening With Permaculture
  • Our Food Supply & Food Security
  • Fungi and Permaculture
  • Sustainable Biomass Combustion and Heating
  • Peak Everything
  • Permacuture In Practice: Real World Examples
  • Solar Technology
  • Microgreens
  • Permaculture community
  • Audio Only Episodes
  • Adaptive Habitat Land Design
  • Microclimates
  • Sustainable Home Design Workshop with Chris Magwood
  • YouTube Live sessions
  • Passive Solar Greenhouse Design Tool
  • Ideas on The Verge: A Collaboration bw New Society Publishers and Verge
  • Why Permaculture Based Businesses Fail
  • Why Eat Organic?
  • Everything Gardens
  • Information on diet
  • The Tail End
  • PDC Pattern Videos
  • Permaculture Pattern
  • How Permaculture Changed My Life
  • DIY Land Design Webinar Replay
  • 8 Forms of Capital
  • DIY Land Design Case Studies
  • Permaculture and Diet
  • Videos From Our Students
  • Swales - Urban and Rural
  • Concepts & Themes in Permaculture
  • Introduction to Permaculture
  • Resilient Homes Acreages and Farms
  • Snow Water Harvesting
  • What You Can You Do About Climate Change? 10 Part Series
  • How To Build an IBC Wicking Bed - DIY
  • Rainwater Harvesting
  • Passive Solar Greenhouse Design
  • On My Mind Weekly Video Series
  • The Groundswell Campus For Applied Sustainable Living
  • Eco-Transformation of Our Urban Home Series
  • Permaculture Design Course Grads in Action
  • URBAN HOMESTEAD MINI-DOCUMENTARY
  • Make a Living With Permaculture/Farming
  • Verge Grad Interview Series
  • The Eco-transformation of Our Home

Live At the Ecodesign Symposium In Toronto With Chris Magwood

The Eco Design Symposium will bring together designers, architects, landscape architects, engineers, and students around the theme of ecological design within the context of the unfolding eco-crisis. An eco-crisis is defined as the collapse of ecosystems and biodiversity due to changes in the environment. The plight of the coral, birds, bees, humans, forests, aquifers, and more all bear witness to an unfolding global eco-crisis. Each action we take, as designers, engineers, architects, is amplified by a thousand, a million times when our designs are realized as buildings, roads, earthworks, sewers, products, and more. We have a unique opportunity to positively and directly intervene in the eco-crisis. We can deploy ideas that promote ecosystems and encourage biodiversity. The goals of this symposium are to: – Foster conversations about designers role in the eco-crisis – Share examples of ecological design in action – Facilitate networking among likeminded people. Keywords: Pro-active, Pragmatic, Direct Action This symposium is organized as part of the DesignTO festival, happening from January 18-27,2019. DesignTO takes design out of the studio and into the city, transforming the urban sphere into a celebration for all things design.

Live At the Ecodesign Symposium In Toronto

The Eco Design Symposium will bring together designers, architects, landscape architects, engineers, and students around the theme of ecological design within the context of the unfolding eco-crisis. An eco-crisis is defined as the collapse of ecosystems and biodiversity due to changes in the environment. The plight of the coral, birds, bees, humans, forests, aquifers, and more all bear witness to an unfolding global eco-crisis. Each action we take, as designers, engineers, architects, is amplified by a thousand, a million times when our designs are realized as buildings, roads, earthworks, sewers, products, and more. We have a unique opportunity to positively and directly intervene in the eco-crisis. We can deploy ideas that promote ecosystems and encourage biodiversity. The goals of this symposium are to: – Foster conversations about designers role in the eco-crisis – Share examples of ecological design in action – Facilitate networking among likeminded people. Keywords: Pro-active, Pragmatic, Direct Action This symposium is organized as part of the DesignTO festival, happening from January 18-27,2019. DesignTO takes design out of the studio and into the city, transforming the urban sphere into a celebration for all things design. Permaculture Permaculture design

Live At the Ecodesign Symposium In Toronto - Panel Discussion

The Eco Design Symposium will bring together designers, architects, landscape architects, engineers, and students around the theme of ecological design within the context of the unfolding eco-crisis. An eco-crisis is defined as the collapse of ecosystems and biodiversity due to changes in the environment. The plight of the coral, birds, bees, humans, forests, aquifers, and more all bear witness to an unfolding global eco-crisis. Each action we take, as designers, engineers, architects, is amplified by a thousand, a million times when our designs are realized as buildings, roads, earthworks, sewers, products, and more. We have a unique opportunity to positively and directly intervene in the eco-crisis. We can deploy ideas that promote ecosystems and encourage biodiversity. The goals of this symposium are to: – Foster conversations about designers role in the eco-crisis – Share examples of ecological design in action – Facilitate networking among likeminded people. Keywords: Pro-active, Pragmatic, Direct Action This symposium is organized as part of the DesignTO festival, happening from January 18-27,2019. DesignTO takes design out of the studio and into the city, transforming the urban sphere into a celebration for all things design.

Live @ The Ecodesign Symposium with Christina Cholkan on Integrated Storm Water Management

Integrated Storm Water management presentation by Christina Cholkan The Eco Design Symposium will bring together designers, architects, landscape architects, engineers, and students around the theme of ecological design within the context of the unfolding eco-crisis. An eco-crisis is defined as the collapse of ecosystems and biodiversity due to changes in the environment. The plight of the coral, birds, bees, humans, forests, aquifers, and more all bear witness to an unfolding global eco-crisis. Each action we take, as designers, engineers, architects, is amplified by a thousand, a million times when our designs are realized as buildings, roads, earthworks, sewers, products, and more. We have a unique opportunity to positively and directly intervene in the eco-crisis. We can deploy ideas that promote ecosystems and encourage biodiversity. The goals of this symposium are to: – Foster conversations about designers role in the eco-crisis – Share examples of ecological design in action – Facilitate networking among likeminded people. Keywords: Pro-active, Pragmatic, Direct Action This symposium is organized as part of the DesignTO festival, happening from January 18-27,2019. DesignTO takes design out of the studio and into the city, transforming the urban sphere into a celebration for all things design.

Live At The Eco DESIGN Symposium

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Live At the Ecodesign Symposium In Toronto with Daimen Hardie

The Eco Design Symposium will bring together designers, architects, landscape architects, engineers, and students around the theme of ecological design within the context of the unfolding eco-crisis. An eco-crisis is defined as the collapse of ecosystems and biodiversity due to changes in the environment. The plight of the coral, birds, bees, humans, forests, aquifers, and more all bear witness to an unfolding global eco-crisis. Each action we take, as designers, engineers, architects, is amplified by a thousand, a million times when our designs are realized as buildings, roads, earthworks, sewers, products, and more. We have a unique opportunity to positively and directly intervene in the eco-crisis. We can deploy ideas that promote ecosystems and encourage biodiversity. The goals of this symposium are to: – Foster conversations about designers role in the eco-crisis – Share examples of ecological design in action – Facilitate networking among likeminded people. Keywords: Pro-active, Pragmatic, Direct Action This symposium is organized as part of the DesignTO festival, happening from January 18-27,2019. DesignTO takes design out of the studio and into the city, transforming the urban sphere into a celebration for all things design.

Urban Market Gardening - A Live Interview with Curtis Stone from Green City Acres in Kelowna BC

In this video, we talking with Author and farmer Curtis Stone. Curtis has been pioneering urban market gardening for the last 10 years and how innovated the market gardening space in far-reaching and unique ways. From passive solar greenhouses for perennial revenue to hot house production To get a 25% discount on Curtis's book sign up for our newsletter to receive the coupon code: https://vergepermaculture.ca/books/ To get Curtis's book you can purchase it with this link: https://bit.ly/2RluVdG To learn more about New Society Publishers go to: https://www.newsociety.com

The Economy of Well Being - An Interview with Mark Anielski (Permaculture Design for the Economy)

In this video we talk with Mark Anielski, author of "The Economy of Well Being" about the current state of the Alberta oil focused economy,. We will discuss how we could make deliberate choices now to direct the future toward an economic system where everyone thrives. What would an economy of well-being for Alberta look like? How is well-being becoming the new bottom line for measuring Alberta's progress? What if Alberta's economy was based on optimizing the returns on investment in abundant human, social or cultural, natural and built assets? Alberta has the largest public bank in North America -- ATB (Alberta Treasury Branch) Financial -- established over 80 years ago by the Social Credit government of Premier William Aberhart. Having a public bank means that Alberta can create its own financial credit and finance any number of undercapitalized assets like renewable energy development or even a new pipeline without any cost of interest charges. Could Alberta become the model of an economy of well-being for the world? Can permaculture design principles, applied to the economy, help make it happen? Join economist, happiness auditor, an author Mark Anielski as he outlines his vision for a new economic future for Alberta based on his new book The Economics of Well-being: Common Sense Tools for Building Genuine Wealth and Happiness (New Society Publishers, 2018). To find out more about Mark go to: http://economyofwellbeing.com/ To watch how Singapore started transforming themselves over fifty years ago check out the following documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xi6...
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