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Permaculture principles [Bayan Ulgii] v.1.0

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Draft of presentation for 'Permaculture Principles' lesson to be facilitated in Bayan Ulgii province, Outer Mongolia as part of Sustainable Agriculture & Economic Learning Project 2011, sponsored by …

Draft of presentation for 'Permaculture Principles' lesson to be facilitated in Bayan Ulgii province, Outer Mongolia as part of Sustainable Agriculture & Economic Learning Project 2011, sponsored by ADRA.

Photos are from Mongolian Permaculture Project 2010, and range from the Dornogobi in the south to Tosontsengel in Zavkhan province in the north.

The presentation aims to use local examples to illustrate permaculture principles in action.

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  • 1. Principlesof Permacultre.Bayan Ulgii, Outer Mongolia 2011
  • 2. Attitudinal Principles: The Problem is The Solution. (Everything works both ways)
  • 3. Attitudinal Principles:Information and Imagination intensive. (Quality of Thought = Quality of Yield)
  • 4. Attitudinal Principles: Long and protracted thought. (Small and slow solutions)
  • 5. Design Principles:1. Relative Location.
  • 6. Design Principles:2. Multifunction.
  • 7. Design Principles:3. Backup major functions.
  • 8. Design Principles:4. Energy-e cient planning.
  • 9. Design Principles:5. Use biological resources.
  • 10. Design Principles:6. Cycle energy.
  • 11. Design Principles:7. Small-scale intensive systems.
  • 12. Design Principles:8. Accelerate succession and evolution.
  • 13. Design Principles:9. Encourage diversity.
  • 14. Design Principles:10. Edge E ect.

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