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RE: Permaculture Principles - Maximum Effect for Minimum Effort

in Abundance Tribelast year (edited)

Well, since you're asking about the most important principle, I'd bring it back to the core ethical points, which virtually all permaculturists agree upon:

  1. Earth Care (caring for the living systems in this world)
  2. People Care (caring for the humans living in, with, and off this world)
  3. Fair Share (generating surplus and reverting it into the care of the earth and the people).

Just to clarify: this is permaculture, which includes horticulture (fruit trees and orchards) but also so much more than that.