Browsing through my emails this morning, I came across the Permaculture Association newsletter for August. One of the features was a request to make a donation to save a permaculture farm from being closed down.
Now, like many people I am sure, my first reaction was how will throwing money at the situation solve the problem? Then I read the link to find out more:
In essence, whether the venture survives long term or not, even a year of producing food with a reduced carbon footprint is no bad thing. It’s also no bad thing to try to counter the prevailing winds in agriculture. And the farm might keep going…. Who knows, one day be the norm?