​​Projects, links and inspirations ​​
​“The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops,
but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.”
( Masanobu Fukuoka, The One-Straw Revolution) 
Masanobu Fukuoka
We'd like you to think about the ultimate purpose of Permaculture. We keep finding different definitions and we find this disturbing, don't you? From living off the grid to a modified version of agroecology, what is the correct answer? We would argue that they all are in a way.
From homesteaders to small farmers, all the scenerios are pretty covered, except to our knowledge, the large farmers. We invite you to look at the latest updates for this coming year on the FAO website. We are told that "If current production forecasts materialize, cereal output would not be sufficient to meet the expected total utilization requirements in 2018/19". Is the solution the way we grow food or the way we eat? Probably a bit of both. 


So let us share with you some of the projects we think offer an innovative approach to solving our problems.
For many people that come and visit us, permaculture is just a new way of gardening, or I often hear it's grown on hillocks.
For us at this stage, it is observing, preserving, planting a lot improving, sharing and trying new approaches.
Our initial 2017 tests were conclusive in our attempts to improve the texture of our soil and densification.​

From desert to Oasis - Greening the desert
Permaculture could be a viable solution... 

Université Populaire
de Permaculture

​​​   Restoring and Feeding  ​​
Greening the Desert
Geoff Lawton has truly done something great in this baren parcel of land just north of the Death Sea Valley

From desert to Oasis - Greening the desert
Permaculture could be a viable solution... 

Université Populaire
de Permaculture