NEPC is a network of designers, farmers, students, etc. collaborating regionally to envision and mutually support an ecological future.



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Regional Organizing & PINE

Use this forum to talk about how we connect and organize as the Northeast Regional Permaculture Network; infrastructure and community processes

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Convergences, Retreats, Strategy Meetings

Notes and proceedings from regional and sub-regional events. Design of regional events, etc.

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Design, Implementation, Evaluation and Research

Share your research studies, results or propose experiments, design and implementation techniques; Discuss bio-regional and regional-scale design projects and initiatives.

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Permaculture Education in the Northeast

Use this forum to talk about courses, educational events, pedagogy, philosophy, approaches, ideas. (post specific events on the calendars!)

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Permaculture Design Business/Entrepreneurship

Talk about the business of permaculture design, business resources, professional development, etc.

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Social/Cultural aspects of Permaculture

Talk about: Power, Privilege, Class, Access, community building across differences, regional community social values; community health; local and alternative economics; gift economies

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Cross Reach and Engagement

How are you integrating permaculture into work and projects with organizations, institutions, and other movements? Discuss what's working for you locally. Discuss what you're doing or ideas for regional-scale partnerships. Are there Patterns for Collaboration; leverage points that make the most sense?

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Regional Proposals and Requests

This category is where anyone may post REGIONAL-SCALE proposals or requests for the rest of the community to consider. It is a placeholder for the 'living' body of requests and intentions that folks in the community hold for each other --- The proposals help us self-organize (1) to harness or direct region-wide attention and action and (2) shape the culture and discourse of our community. --- All proposals should clearly indicate 1. who are the intended participants; 2. clear next steps about how to participate/support a proposal; 3. any time limits to participation, 4. contact person, if necessary. --- Processes: One proposal per Discussion thread. Proposals/Requests can be posted at any time. A bulletin will be sent to NEPC list serve monthly, listing new proposals.

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Big Basket

Post all other items here or this will catch anything not already categorized.

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Latest Activity

Simha bode posted a status
"I am looking for teacher manuals of permaculture topics/skills - workshop guides etc for"
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Leonie Brien posted photos
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Deev Datta 2014

Internship at Cite Ecologique of New Hampshire
Mar 10
Leonie Brien posted a status
"Hey! We want to host an EDE in our Ecovillage this Summer Anyone interest to volunteer time to co-teach this event?"
Mar 10
Caitlin B. Flaherty left a comment for Monica Ibacache
"Hi!  I did go into Downtime with the landscape work which, I do on the side for my Pet Sitting/Walking customers, anyway.  I did keep busy for the past few weeks shoveling people out. I don't enjoy walking dogs in the Winter and am…"
Mar 10
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Mar 10
Monica Ibacache left a comment for Caitlin B. Flaherty
"Hi! I did not see your note until now. So sorry! I am well. How are you? Is this your downtime still in landscaping?"
Mar 9
Monica Ibacache joined Elyssa Serrilli's group

Womyn in Permaculture

Women in Permaculture is an organization under the umbrella of the Permaculture Institute of the Northeast (PINE). The mission of PINE is to increase the resilience of the Northeast region by strengthening the regional permaculture network and increasing access to relevant education and resources. The mission of Women in Permaculture is to build women’s leadership, celebrate all aspects of the sacred feminine in permaculture, and forge connections with women who are newly focused on the…See More
Mar 9

Blog Posts

The “Long Emergency,” Permaculture, and Towns that Food Saved

Posted by Andrew Willner on April 9, 2014 at 10:06am 0 Comments

We live in dangerous times, when economic collapse, climate chaos, and peak oilpeak water threaten the foundations of society, abundance, and all we hold dear. “Business as usual” will no longer suffice, because that way leads to certain pain, peril and impoverishment.  …


Permaculturehub - connecting the permaculture community, come join us...

Posted by Jesse VW on September 13, 2011 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

Hi NE Permaculture people

After many years of hovering around the edge of permaculture circles in Australia and the United States we’ve noticed how fragmented the permaculture community is.

So we’ve decided that it’s time something was done about that. We’d like to introduce you to our new…


Permaculture Jobs and Opportunities

Posted by Gaia Punk on April 6, 2010 at 1:40pm 0 Comments

In the effort to increase the awareness of Permaculture related jobs, internships and opportunities I created a twitter account that will regularly tweet what I can find in these areas. If you have a job, internship, or opportunity to broadcast just email or send a message to
@permiejobs on…

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