Permaculture Is Special

W.E.B. Permaculture was created to fulfill a dream of contributing, in a meaningful way, to the world while creating a healthier lifestyle for our entire and for future generations.  Permaculture can help us heal ourselves, our environment and our world.  How?  By creating our own healthy spaces that mimic nature where we grow our own food, harvest water and recycle everything we possibly can.

What is Permaculture?  Permaculture is a regenerative design science that uses protracted and thoughtful observation to mimic nature and it's patterns to design spaces to provide for our needs using the least amount of energy possible.

Why Permaculture?  Beekeeping is where our regenerative journey began.  We felt the need for more meaningful careers and the overwhelming urge to contribute to the betterment of our world by becoming beekeepers and helping heal the plight of our world bee populations.  We studied natural beekeeping which led to organic gardening and introduced us to the healthy world of Permaculture. 

Permaculture Design involves intense observation of a site to determine climate, water availability and soil health, among other things.  The knowledge is then combined with nature's patterns to place water catch systems, composting, various gardens (herb spiral,

raised gardens, companion planting and forest gardens), plant guilds (grouping trees, plants, animals, insects and other elements that work well together) and other regenerative components in a way that produces more while requiring the least amount of energy output.

Phone Consultation

WEB will spend time with you discussing your site recommendations after researching your property and desires and plans for your site.

Site Walkthrough

Permaculture Design Specialists are available for seminars, classes and presentations.  Composting, Water Catch Systems and Companion Planting are a few of the available topics.

Design & Implement

We have volunteer opportunities available on select projects for hands-on practice with composting, water catchment, soil improvement, guild planting and more.

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