Permaculture is a design method that aims to replicate natural systems. Most approaches to design have historically done the opposite, leading to mistakes and dis-harmonies. For this reason we need more nature-based creative designers, developers, and decision makers than ever before. We’ve got rivers and oceans to clean, industries and governments to reform/rebuild, eco-systems to protect and a plethora of means to live meaningfully while facilitating nature back into humanity.
It’s never too late to start doing it right and never too early to change the world. It’s paramount that the next generations learn the tools that we need to shape a sustainable future. Permaculture is now a movement and is starting to be applied to all facets of society, from social organization to farming and technology. Designing with nature in mind makes the difference between short-sightedness and sustainability.
Permaculture themed toys are a good example of a simple contribution to an important movement that can pay off ten-fold. Similar to how planting one apple tree leads to more apples than you know what to do with. Familiarizing our children with permaculture breathes life into something that can lead to a society of transformative problem-solvers.
This coloring book has been circulating among different permaculture websites, and was most recently spotted here:permieabc