It’s not sitting well with me that IPM and nutrient dense gardening/farming are part of a PDC as I’m not seeing how those two methods fit into the ethics and principles of permaculture. Does anyone have thoughts they’d like to share that would help me understand how IPM and nutrient dense gardening/farming support the ethics and principles of permaculture? To be clear, I’m not seeking a debate on anything about those methods, only some insight as to their place within the teachings of permaculture.
patty love, MALS, PDC
Barefoot Edible Landscape & Permaculture – owner
RochesterPermacultureCenter – Program Director
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