Permaculture in Kansas City
PermacultureKC exists to tool up dirt ninjas, urban gardeners, and suburban homesteaders with the tools needed to care for the earth, people, and produce return on their labor. If you are in Kansas City or in the Midwest, the resources found in our blog will be a great addition to any gardening tool belt. Get ready for a gardening adventure! The information found here is also applicable for anyone in the Midwest or temperate climate growing zones.
Organic farming & polycultures
Goats, ducks, & quail
Are you ready to turn your yard into a breath-taking place of productive abundance?
Three Main Components of Permaculture:
CARE FOR PEOPLE: This means mind, body, and spirit. Humans are complex beings that require far more than the few things mentioned on the base level of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. It’s true, we do need food, water, shelter, and clean air. However, we also need acceptance, value, safety, self-actualization, and esteem. These higher level needs are all part of caring for ourselves and those around us.
CARE FOR THE PLANET: We are all living together on the same giant rock. Let’s do our part in not only caring for and maintaining it, but also leaving it as good or better than we found it. Permaculture utilizes age-old practices and traditions of managing the earth, but also integrates the latest scientific research to better restore the soils and land on which we live.
FAIR SHARE OF RETURN: That’s right – payment. Sometimes payment is in the form of the green stuff (dollar bills) and sometimes it’s in the form of the other green stuff (veggies). However, at the end of the day, what is important is that we have return on our labor. No one wants to invest time, energy, and money into something that has zero return. Permaculture ninjas are experts at eliminating unnecessary parts of the system and maximizing return on investment.
Let the adventure begin – abundance awaits!
Whether you have decided to maximize your small urban city plot or you are ready to develop a 45-acre plot of land, permaculture training offers skillsets and frameworks appropriate for any property or lifestyle scenario. You don’t have to set aside 25 hours a week in order to maintain a beautiful and productive yard. You can invest as little as 20 minutes a day or a few hours on the weekend, and still reap the benefits of naturally productive abundance.