PermacultureFX | Design Consultations & Engaging Education

PermacultureFX exists to help others create abundance on their properties. We offer on-site consultations, digital consults, classes, and seminars that will help equip you with the practical tools to grow your own food.

If you are interested in transitioning your landscape into edible fruit trees, berry bushes, and medicinal herbs – the resources found in the blog may be helpful tools to add to your tool belt.

Get ready for an adventure – Get ready for abundance and wellness.

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Learn About:

Food forests (click for video tour)

Beyond organic farming

Edible landscape design

Chickens, cattle, goats, ducks, & quail

Regenerative agriculture

Transition your landscape into edible and medicinal plants, fruit trees, and berry bushes.

Video tour of a partner food forest at A Natural Farm in Central Florida

Whether you have decided to maximize your small urban city plot or a 100-acre plot of land, permaculture training offers frameworks appropriate for any property. However, even if you don’t have the desire to set aside 25 hours a week to maintain a beautiful and productive yard – it’s ok! We can help you create a system where you could invest as little as 10 minutes a day (or a couple hours on the weekend). Even with a small time commitment, you can still reap the benefits of naturally 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 values, along with practical ways of maintaining a healthy home, farm, and community are all part of caring for people.

CARE FOR THE PLANET:   The second tenet of permaculture is centered on earth stewardship. Permaculture utilizes age-old practices and traditions of managing the earth, but also integrates scientific research to better restore the land and soil. However, it’s not enough anymore to merely reduce, reuse, and recycle – we need regenerative agriculture.

FAIR SHARE OF RETURN:  Finally, let’s talk about payment and return. 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.