Crop to Cuisine: Midwest Permaculture


09 Jun 2008 |
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The term permaculture was coined by Bill Mollison in the 1970’s, a naturalist originally from Tasmania, Australia. Permaculture is a system of living that encompasses agriculture, horticulture, architecture, ecology, engineering, economics, legal systems, business and community.

In this episode of Crop To Cuisine, we talk with the people from Midwest Permaculture about the roots of the movement, and the growing interest all around the world in permaculture. We are also joined by Sandy Cruz, a specialist in High Altitude Permaculture in the Rocky Mountain region, and learn how she is able to grow tomatoes at 9200 ft all year long. For additional resources, visit

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