Change your habits and you can start to have a way of living that is in harmony with the natural world. This is not a poor way of living, by the way. We’re talking about a very rich way of living.
Many people in the world don’t have access to clean water, those that do poo in it. Much of the world’s precious landscapes are being dug up and ruined to source phosphate and nitrogen, while those very nutrients get flushed down the porcelain throne everyday. Seems crazy doesn’t it? Nick Ritar wants Aussies to make common sense more common, learn some new habits and reconnect a broken system. His answer lies in Permaculture.
Nick Ritar is a Permaculture consultant, designer and educator with a passion to make permaculture ethics, principles and design ubiquitous.
With partner Kirsten Bradley, Nick is founder and co-director of Milkwood, a crew of doers and makers dedicated to educating Australians in smart, simple regenerative living. They offer short courses in Permaculture Design, backyard vegetable growing, natural bee-keeping, gourmet mushroom cultivation, natural building and much more.
What Nick doesn’t list out in his bio, is the fact that Milkwood is one of THE powerhouses behind the organic, sustainable movement in Australia, educating and raising awareness among thousands of people every year in aim of creating more resilient and connected communities. Find out more about their work: Milkwood Permaculture.
Feature image via Phutang Photography.
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