Category Archives: Permaculture Projects

Permaculture projects I’m involved in or helping to promote

Ecosocial Regeneration & Permaculture Design – A summary and some gratitude.

The Who, What and Why of Integrative Ecosocial Design? Who- All of us as consumers and stewards of planet earth are living, breathing ecosocial regeneration, how we play this role effects our experience as much as it effects the earth and … Continue reading

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Permaculture- Dominican Republic – Post Survey Reflection Time

Parts of the Dominican Republic at first glance look as pristine as one could imagine, yet on closer inspection it’s easy to see there is lot more going on than the rose tinted shades of a tourist let through. Firstly, … Continue reading

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#VOTEWITHYOURWALLET

   Something tells me we live in exciting times. Our planet has its problems – it always has and it always will, but with information share, technology and opportunities to vote with ones wallet evolving and prospering like never before, … Continue reading

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Charlie Durrant – Permaculture Design Dominican Republic

Here’s a video I put together recently as part of Permaculture promotion in the Dominican Republic, It summarises my work with Taino Farm and the work I’m doing with Ada Smith and her school garden curriculum. It also shows a … Continue reading

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The International Permaculture Convergence Cuba video by the ‘Regrarians’

This screen shot is of my friend Stuart quoting none other than Public Enemy’s lyrics at the International Permaculture Conference In Havana, definitely a highlight. ‘The real revolution is the evolution of the mind, If you shall seek, you shall … Continue reading

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Ada Smith’s Garden Girls at the Mariposa DR Foundation

The garden has been evolving nicely. The sand is slowly turning brown and we are seeing more life in the garden each week. We’ve already had a big harvest of Beans, Cranberry Hibiscus, Okra, Rosela, Moringa, Pigeon Pea and now … Continue reading

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Teaching Permaculture at Taino Farm

Many changes at the farm. I received great advice by incredible and intuitive people and this promoted the evolution of my role at Taino farm.  From the feedback received from farm tours, workers and volunteers, as well as the people behind the scenes, they agreed they’d like to see me keep my … Continue reading

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Setting up a new permaculture community isn’t guaranteed to be all roses and rainbows.

The truth is, everybody ends up working on a permaculture farm for a variety of reasons. I wanted to learn about permaculture because I believe it’s a skill set that future generations will be happy people learnt and shared. As I’ve become more involved, I’ve realised … Continue reading

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A photo journey from The IPC (international Permaculture Convergence) in Cuba

Without getting in to politics, Cuba is living proof that money has no correlation with happiness. On the first day I was lucky to meet an incredibly friendly cycle tuk-tuk driver that took me all around Havana and to his … Continue reading

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Working as a team – Trabajo en equipo

Today we got a healthy reminder about the importance of community and teamwork. With things evolving so fast, its easy to end up scattered and working on different projects. Today at Taino Organic farms we all put our heads together … Continue reading

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From Grass to food forest, making a house a home. Part 1

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