Permaculture- only sustainable way of farming

[quote][glow=red,2,300]Permaculture is an approach to designing human settlements and agricultural systems that are modeled on the relationships found in natural etiologies. Permaculture is sustainable land use design. This is based on ecological and biological principles, often using patterns that occur in nature to maximize
effect and minimize work. Permaculture aims to create stable, productive systems that provide for human needs, harmoniously integrating the land with its inhabitants. The ecological processes of plants, animals, their nutrient cycles, climatic factors and weather cycles are all part of the picture. Inhabitants ’ needs are provided for using proven technologies for food, energy, shelter and infrastructure. Elements in a system are viewed in relationship to other elements, where the outputs of one element become the inputs of another. Within a Permaculture system, work is minimized, “wastes” become resources, productivity and yields increase, and environments are restored. Permaculture principles can be applied to any environment, at any scale from dense urban settlements to individual homes, from farms to entire regions. The first recorded modern practice of permaculture as a systematic method was by Austrian farmer Sepp Holzer in the 1960s, but the method was scientifically developed by Australians Bill Mollison and David Holmgren and their associates during the 1970s in a series of publications.[/glow][/quote]

Starting now i will post series of books, abstracts & much more regarding PERMACULTURE; all those who are able to find more information regarding this topic please reply in this Post…( to keep track of our information )

Good stuff, just make sure the sources are referenced as we go. Cheers!

Dear Charmneo,
Awaiting your revert from past one year, where are you? Can you come back with proofs of your logic?

Swamy ji,

I don’t think its charmneo’s Logic.  If you looking for basic info try below links.

I reminded him to get back with his version.
Thanks fro your advise.