Guys, here’s a quick post about a certain project called Open Source Permaculture.
I was contacted by Lynn Fang, who asked me to post a short story about it on my blog. Without further ado, here it is.
Open Source Permaculture is a crowdfunding campaign looking to create a Q&A website and wiki as well as an Urban Permaculture Guide eBook. Want to grow your own permaculture backyard garden? With Open Source Permaculture, you could have all the resources you need to make that a reality.
Open Source Permaculture intends to become the most comprehensive multimedia resource of free, quality materials for Permaculture education. It would empower people all over the world to easily learn permaculture skills on their own, opening the world to a whole new way of learning online. Future projects include a free online video archive of original Permaculture lectures, short DIY videos and entire Permaculture Design Courses.
They’ve only got 7 days left in the campaign, so if you could make a small donation, even just $1, that would be so appreciated.
Sophia Novack is the force behind Open Source Permaculture. She is a self-described permaculture geek and documentary film student who runs the Permaculture Media Blog, the world’s largest online resource of free Permaculture educational materials and global Permaculture course directory.
Personally I think this is a wonderful project! I’m all about free information. I really hope they meet their goal of raising $15,000. If you can help with that, make sure to go to Open Source Permaculture and contribute what you can. It’s for a great cause!
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