Huzzah. The 2014 Permaculture Calendar is out – and it’s a beauty. This year, it even includes a funky (and very useful) moon planting guide within.
In celebration of this fine publication, we’ve got a few copies to pass on…
Designed with the ever-elegant touch of Richard Telford, the 2014 Permaculture Calendar is a sweet and useful friend that we’re looking forward to having in our kitchen next year.
The 2014 edition includes images from across the planet of people living like they mean it. Growing, learning, teaching, digging and doing. Simply. And well.
It will make you smile. And also remind you when to plant stuff.
By purchasing 10 copies, you’ll be single-handedly nudging your entire office towards an effective backyard veggie planting regime. There is no downside here!
And, in the spirit of fair share, 10% of each calendar purchase goes to Permafund, which makes grants available for activities that demonstrate the ethics and application of permaculture.
Might we also add that the moon calendar applies (of course) across the globe… so while this calendar was produced in Australia (on recycled paper and with 100% renewable energy), it’s info is just as relevant in Greenland. Or wherever you are.
We think you should have this friend in your kitchen too! Thanks to Richard, we’ve got 2 copies of the calendar to give away.
Comment below with what you’re planting this Spring that you haven’t planted before, and we’ll choose two lucky folks (randomly) next Monday to win a calendar each.