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Permaculture and Natural Equilibrium With Our Habitat

Published April 13, 2017 in Permaculture - 0Comments

It is a well known fact that our society is not very eco aware or, in other words, not aware of its impact on the world it lives in. This is directly linked to all the pollution, global warming, starvation, food and water shortages. By spreading the educated word about the impact of permaculture on our world and environment we are helping in making this world a better and healthier place. We need to learn how to live sustainably. That means that we need to become able to give back more than we take and consume. This is based on a simple common sense. If you look better all around the world, you will see that in nature, nothing is a waste, everything can have a purpose so that means, nothing is wasted. Hence, there is no natural pollution. Permaculture will teach you how to follow that basic principle.

Permaculture Patterns By Vladislav Davidzon

To be eco aware and follow the principles of permaculture means to understand the way nature works. It takes time but, once we realize the patterns and guidelines, we will start walking hand in hand with our nature and we will be able to recognize its needs. Everything in our nature is cause and effect. Billions of years ago, our planet was basking in abundance because each species were giving back more than they were taking. The main principle of permaculture is to follow that exact same pattern and create the same abundance as it was before. We need to learn how to become a positive part, an element of nature. Recycling and reusing of all materials that were produced by our society is what permaculture stands for and this is the effort that we should all make.

Self Maintaining Permaculture Systems

Self maintaining permaculture systems are the greatest effect and the main goal of this permanent agricultural solution to our natural resources exhaustion and natural habitat pollution. These systems can help with ensuring that every element becomes able to develop multiple functions within the system. Permaculture practices common sense principles but, our main and yet to accomplish goal is to make it a common practice. We need to learn how to live off of nature without interfering with its natural processes. Disturbing the nature means to violate the rules of its eco system and that can have a very bad effect on all living things within it. Permaculture will teach you to understand those processes and the functions of nature and go with them rather than against them.

Permaculture is a Monument to the Better Tomorrow

Permaculture should remind us that we are just one small bit of this planet and that there are laws of nature that we just can not go against. Using natural resources in a smart way and applying permacultural principles can only be beneficial to us all. This beautiful planet is all we have and we need to learn how to help it.

 

 

 

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