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Tropical Permaculture Guidebook

©2019 Tropical Permaculture Guidebook

The Tropical Permaculture Guidebook is a collaborative project by Timor-Leste NGO Permatil (Permaculture Timor-Leste), xpand Foundation and Disruptive Media. It is a comprehensive resource of permaculture design, food sovereignty and environmental regeneration strategies, a practical guide towards strong, resilient and sustainable communities. Developed specifically for the tropics, the information is also easily adapted for all climate zones.

The content is appropriate for people across all income, resource and geographical situations, written in clear, concise language and backed up by over 2000 detailed illustrations! Currently in English, the downloadable PDFs are available globally on a pay what you can basis because we believe that knowledge must be accessible to those who can't afford it.

Order and download by chapter, by volume or the complete 3 volume set. The printed edition is available in Australia, hopefully in other countries by mid 2020. Both can be accessed through our website. We are currently translating and reformatting the guidebook into Tetum, the national language of East Timor, with Spanish, Portuguese, French and other national languages of the tropics to follow. We are a not-for-profit project, 100% of funds donated go towards translations and dissemination. Please order your copy, support us however you can, and share this project far and wide!

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