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    Winter passive solar greenhouse with aquaponics

    Vincent Leblanc, from ‘Violon et Champignon’, takes us around his passive solar greenhouse with aquaponics where he grows vegetables during harsh canadian winters. Discover the system that allows him to get a yield of tomatoes and basil, produce fish and poultry even when it’s snowing outside !

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    Gardening without a garden

    Here’s the story of a couple from Montreal who wanted to garden but had nowhere to do so. With a little creativity, and thanks to the generosity of complete strangers, they were able to turn an empty lot into a bountiful harvest of vegetables and human relationships.

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    Keyline Design, a regenerative agriculture tool

    Permaculture designer and teacher Darren Doherty leads a workshop on keyline design in the French Eastern Pyrenees. Learn about this design tool which aims at making the most of water resources on a piece of land and help promote the natural regenerative processes. (more…)

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    Tiny Refuge, a tiny home in Montreal

    Natalie Heron takes us for a spin around her tiny house in Montreal, Canada, and talks about the benefits and the liberating aspects of living in a small space.

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    A parking lot becomes a lush garden at Agapé Gardens

    On the outskirts of Perth, Ontario, Sébastien Armand and his family own and operate Agapé Gardens, a permaculture farm and homestead. In this short video, he explains how they easily and quickly turned a compacted parking lot into a healthy and bountiful vegetable garden.

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    Hidden Harvest – The food hiding in plain sight

    Hidden Harvest Ottawa co-founder Katrina Siks explains how her organisation works in Canada’s capital city to exploit the underutilized resource offered by fruit and nut trees in private and public spaces.

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    Plantcatching.com, a common plant resource for gardeners worldwide

    Discover Plantcatching.com, an online resource that connects gardeners worldwide and allows them to share plants and gardening materials with other people located nearby. Website creator Nicolas Cadilhac and some of the site’s users explain how the tool allows them give and receive much more than just plants.

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    The Permaculture Design Course: learning to see the world differently

    The Permaculture Design Course (PDC) has become one of the most popular standards in permaculture training. Hear from trainers Ben Falk and Mark Krawczyk and from participants during a PDC held in Vermont by Whole Systems Design, (more…)

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    Designing your garden and your life with permaculture

    Permaculture designers and educators Bonita Ford and Sébastien Bacharach talk about how they integrate permaculture principles in the way they design their garden and other aspects of their life.

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    Miracle Farms, a 12-acre commercial permaculture orchard in Southern Quebec

    Twenty years ago, Stefan Sobkowiak bought a 12-acre commercial apple orchard with the intention of converting it to an organic orchard. He did just that, but eventually understood the limitations of the organic model originating from monoculture. (more…)

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    Écomestible, edible landscaping and urban permaculture

    How would you feel about replacing your lawn by a natural, low-maintenance system that would also give you a bounty of fruits, vegetables and herbs? Écomestible is a young business that specializes in the design and implementation of edible landscapes. (more…)

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    The Valhalla movement interviews Possible founder Olivier Asselin

    The Valhalla movement is a group of individuals that work to promote what they call “freedom culture”. They are building a sustainability education centre outside Montreal, but are also focusing on producing media to spread ideas on sustainable living. (more…)

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