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17 items for resilience (Page 1 of 1)

Cortes Community Resilience
Working for a hopeful future by growing community resilience, deepening connectedness, increasing local self-sufficiency, and reducing dependence on fossil fuels. Cortes Community Resilience holds monthly gatherings for fellowship, discussion, and planning around the mission. Through newsletters... aims to support building community resilience in a world of multiple emerging challenges: the decline of cheap energy, the depletion of critical resources like water, complex environmental crises like climate change and biodiversity loss, and the social and economic issues which are linked...

Optimized local interdependence Resilience, bioregional self-reliance, common integrity A community is a group of living things with shared features, attributes or interests, such as place, norms, religion, values, customs, or identity. The English-language word "community" derives from the Latin _communitas_:...

Adaptable to change and resistant to disruption

Salt Spring Center of Yoga
We are a non-profit educational and spiritual retreat centre dedicated to teaching the core principles of yoga which embody peace, resilience, and belonging.

Optimizing resilience by including diverse elements in a system Natural and human systems are more resilient to change when they include diversity. For example, mono-culture farm crops are vulnerable to predators and disease and have deleterious long term effect on soil quality in ways that inter-planted...

Earthlight Permaculture
Bringing food and medicine close to home; using permaculture design to create unique, abundant habitats and nurturing healing spaces: edible landscaping and water-wise gardens; herbal medicine and pollinator gardens; food forests and resilience plantings; fire smart landscaping. Services include consultations,...

The Post Carbon Institute
Post Carbon Institute provides individuals and communities with the resources needed to understand and respond to the interrelated ecological, economic, energy, and equity crises of the 21st century. They help build resilience to withstand these crises, and support social and cultural change to make...

Lacewing Plants and Seedlings
A nursery specializing in Ontario native plants that feed and provide habitat for pollinators including birds and butterflies, and other beneficial insects (like Lacewings!) The plants are carefully chosen for their beauty and resilience. On-line store.

Food Forest Farm
Growing Resilience for People & Planet Food Forest Farm aims to help people create low-maintenance, regenerative food systems. They grow, supply, and teach about perennial vegetables and other multipurpose plants. Consulting is available to design landscapes that are sustaining and nourishing for people...

Auto Composter
Auto aerated and watered large compost pile demo. Using a perforated pipe, a bounce house blower, wire mesh, and drip hoses, Matt Powers demonstrates a short time-lapse of building of an auto compost pile.

Food Forest Canada
Food Forest Canada is a venture by Permaculture Designer and farmer Lindsay Brandon. Specializing in food forest design, vegetable gardening and researching and developing hemp fibre and grain crops in Alberta Canada.

Build A Bat House
How to build a simple single-chamber bat house made from supplies available from your local home center in 4 min.

Elk Root Conservation Farm Society
Farming Conservation at Elk Root The vision is a thriving fish, wildlife and human population in the Slocan Valley and Little Slocan River watershed that is functioning and sustainable. The not-for-profit mission is to alleviate food insecurity, and to protect, restore and enhance fish, wildlife and...

Permaculture Design International
Permaculture Design International can help you take your project from conception to completion. Designing for resource abundance by creating regenerative landscapes, resilient communities, and local living economies. To read more about our design philosophy and the specific skills provided, visit the...

Permaculture at Tikkum
Permaculture at Tikkun: A story of radical transformation Fourteen years ago, the 7.5 acres at Tikkun was scrubby, semi-arid land with sparse trees, shrubs and cactus. There were no public services or electricity. Like millions of Mexican households, there was no reliable access to water. In the...

Discover Life
The Discover Life website offers free on-line tools to identify species, teach and study nature's wonders, build maps, process images, and contribute to and learn from an interactive encyclopedia of life with 1,419,894 species pages and 821,122 maps. The Discover Life mission is to assemble and share...

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