Living in harmony with nature begins with small, simple steps.
For our homes, our gardens, our farms, our communities, and ourselves, Permaculture offers practical and holistic solutions to take us closer to our goals for an ecological and abundant life beginning from right where we are.
By helping us move from consumers to producers, from fragile to resilient, and from alienated to reintegrated, Permaculture gives us the tools to survive uncertainty, stop harming the planet we depend on, and create enough to share with our human and wild communities.
The designers that make up Golden Egg Permaculture bring experience in rural, suburban, urban, village, farm, and homestead settings.
Let us use our combined decades of Permaculture experience to help you:
- Move from consumer to producer of your own food, medicine, energy, and community.
- Regenerate the land you live with, whether a small home forest garden or at farm-scale restoring injured cropland and pasture.
- Create a lifestyle more aligned with your deepest values.
- Be resilient in the face of economic and ecological turbulence.
- Learn about your local plants, animals, wild foods, seasonal lifeways, and ecosystems.
- Take back your time by using holistic design to improve your everyday processes.
- Beautify, restore, and nourish the ecosystems and communities you exist in.
- Create a whole-home design that integrates dwelling, landscape, and people into a functional, ecological whole.
- Transform social systems by skillfully employing social Permaculture tools.
- Learn the transformative design system of Permaculture to use in your own daily life.
- Get support for your own Permaculture work from friendly designers with different experiences.
Permaculture teaches that we all have a vital role to play in the health of the ecosystems we depend on.
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Permaculture is deeply indebted to the rooted generational wisdom of the indigenous peoples of the lands where we work, live, and heal. We grow gratefully in the shade of the seed breeders, the land tenders, the song and story keepers, and all those who knew how to dance in beauty with the beat of the great music of earth. If you are inspired to support our local indigenous peoples, please consider giving to the Occaneechi Saponi, the Haliwa Saponi, the Cherokee, the Lumbee, and the other indigenous wisdom keepers* of this land that feeds and shelters us. May the beauty of these cultures of memory remind us that we all come from peoples who once knew how to live with grace and cooperation with land and our neighbors and may we all find home.
*please let me know if I’m missing anyone from North Carolina