R.I.P. Bill Mollison, Genius, Founder of Permaculture

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R.I.P. Bill Mollison, Genius, Founder of Permaculture

“I teach self-reliance, the world’s most subversive practice. I teach people how to grow their own food, which is shockingly subversive. So, yes, it’s seditious. But it’s peaceful sedition.”

Quote by Bill Mollison Founder of Permaculture who passed away September 24th 2016

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Permaculture guru Bill Mollison.

Permaculture founder Bill Mollison.

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Statement from the Permaculture Research Institute here:

http://www.geofflawtononline.com/2016/09/25/bill-mollisons-passing/?inf_contact_key=2336fc019a68350fc14e6544e3fb0e8bf43a4d89cae5cc25d45dd7761ee4d274

 

One of of the main reasons I desire to teach Permaculture is because of the importance of it. Bill Mollison believed in the importance and his work instilled that desire in me. Taking the PDC had a profound effect on the way I view things.

“There is one, and only one solution, and we have almost no time to try it. We must turn all our resources to repairing the natural world, and train all our young people to help. They want to; we need to give them this last chance to create forests, soils, clean waters, clean energies, secure communities, stable regions, and to know how to do it from hands-on experience.” – Bill Mollison

 

 

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About the Author:

Michael obtained his Permaculture Design Certification via Geoff Lawton, PRI, in 2013 , and had been a student of Permaculture Design independently for many years prior to obtaining the PDC. He is formerly trained in teaching Permaculture, and is a Graduate student in Agroforestry at the University of Missouri.

His interest in Permaculture came through an interest in sustainable food production and a desire for nutrient rich foods. He is particularly interested in the value of food forests, perennial food production, and medicinal plants and herbs.

Michael’s experience as a licensed Financial Advisor and prior career in hospital administration and Human Resources have given him unique perspectives on the economics of Permaculture Design and the management of inputs.

Michael is presently creating a demonstration site on acreage in the northern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia (temperate climate). He is also looking to work in Aid work situations worldwide to further his experience in varied climates.

His ultimate goal is to teach the PDC and Agroforestry domestically as well as abroad in developing countries where quality nutrition is not readily available. He is available as a permaculture design consultant and lecturer.

His Bio here: http://permacultureglobal.org/users/8798-michael-cooley

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