Permaculture design for businesses
Permaculture is a practical way of learning the secrets of the natural world and using them to create truly sustainable, productive and harmonious systems.
It was initially created to design natural landscapes but has now evolved into a much broader system that can be used by anyone, anywhere.
We offer workshops that look at the ways you can use the principles and teachings of permaculture to design truly sustainable, ethical, and resilient businesses.
how DOes it work?
There is a growing demand from consumers for companies to be more responsible, ethical and sustainable.
It is no longer for a handful of niche companies. It has become an essential consideration for any modern day company. Customers are waking up to the impact of their spending and companies that ignore the changing tide to more sustainable practises will be left behind.
In a permaculture designed business, however, you do not stop at simply being more sustainable. This is but one fraction of what a permaculture designed business would focus on.
It is about examining the complete business. From your waste, to the lifestyles of your staff, to your income streams, to your interaction with the community. Every aspect can be influenced by permaculture.
The aim is to replicate the natural world and design a resilient, sufficient and abundant business.
We meet to learn more about your unique business and discuss the areas you would like to focus on. We will discuss the basics of what your permaculture designed business would look like and the areas you could focus on implementing.
You will be given a full business design following the meeting that ties into the 12 principles of permaculture including stages of implementation.
This can be done in person or via phone/email.
A workshop for staff to learn more about permaculture and learn how they can redesign areas of both the business and their own lives.
This is an interactive workshop that will be part of both personal development for staff but also empowering individuals to make small changes at work that can lead to a larger company wide shift.