Seeds of Permaculture

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Official film description...

An interactive documentary about permaculture in the tropics. Set against a beautiful Thai backdrop, the film takes a look at two permaculture education centers where visitors from all over the world come to educate themselves to be self sufficient, produce no waste, build their homes, gardens but most of all they learn to build communities. Christian Shearer (founder of WeTheTrees and the Panya Project) guides the film through the philosophy of permaculture and a number of tropical strategies to help bring health and resilience to the permaculture farm.

This film was made to help bring permaculture to people around the world and inspire a course of action towards a holistic lifestyle.

Seeds of Permaculture is available to the world for free! That means it can also be screened for free and lots of people already took it upon themselves to organize a screening at their local venues.

Notes on the film...

Chapters:

Intro // arrival at Rak Tamachat // Masterplan 1// Compost // Kings project Mae Sa// Introduction Panya // Gardening // Banana Circles // Coop at Moo Baan Mae Jo // a Fruit Forest // Soil Food Web// Masterplan 2// Solar heater // Earthen Oven// Natural Building// Permaculture thinking // Vermicompost // Humanure Toilet // Resisdents and PDC Students // Credits

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Technical information and screening rights...

Director: Greetje Mulder
Script: Theron Beaudreau
Country: Netherlands, Thailand
Year: 2014
Duration: 88 min
Format HD (1080p) Digital Surround
Production: Ahooha, Amsterdam
Languages: English , Chinese (traditional), Chinese (simplified), Portuguese, French
Screenings Rights: free
Interactive Chapters and downloads in various formats on Official Website />

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