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Draft 1.0 for 'Permaculture Principles' session in Bayan Ulgii, March 2011; using Mongolian examples from Mongolian Permaculture Project 2010 to illustrate permaculture principles in action.

Draft 1.0 for 'Permaculture Principles' session in Bayan Ulgii, March 2011; using Mongolian examples from Mongolian Permaculture Project 2010 to illustrate permaculture principles in action.

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    • Principlesof Permaculture. Bayan Ulgii, Outer Mongolia 2011
    • Attitudinal Principles: The Problem is The Solution. (Everything works both ways)
    • Attitudinal Principles: Quality of thought = Quality of yield. (Permaculture is information & imagination intensive)
    • Attitudinal Principles: Use small and slow solutions. (Long & protracted thought rather than thoughtless & careless actions)
    • Design Principles:1. Relative Location.
    • Design Principles:2. Multifunction.
    • Design Principles:3. Backup major functions.
    • Design Principles:4. Energy-e cient planning.
    • Design Principles:5. Use biological resources.
    • Design Principles:6. Cycle energy.
    • Design Principles:7. Small-scale intensive systems.
    • Design Principles:8. Accelerate succession and evolution.
    • Design Principles:9. Encourage diversity.
    • Design Principles:10. Edge E ect.