Category: TreeYo EDU

Make Trees Great Again: A series in Making America (or the whole world) Great Again

Written by Doug Crouch Trees have so incredibly much inherent value, both intrinsically and materially. Society, in the large part, began to focus solely only them for their material value, especially those in positions of power. However, there is a growing trend of those recognizing…

TreeYo EDU article: Meeting the basic needs of animals on a Pattern Level

I write not only for my sake, but so you have something to do on the internet but scroll. So this next article in my online book is in the Animal Chapter and it examines meeting their basic needs. Having kept animals on different…

Make Water Great Again: A series in Making America (or the whole world) Great Again

Written by Doug Crouch Another way in which to make America (or the planet in general) great again is to rebuild our water resources. Our society is plagued, literally, through epidemics of poor health. One of the leading causes of that is our poor water…

New Article Release fromTreeYo EDU: Chapter 3: Design Process

People ask what I do as a permaculture designer, I feel this line from my latest article in my online book describes it well.   As a consultant/ designer your main task within this assigned role is to read the landscape for the client. …

Make Soil Great Again: A series in Making America (or the whole world) Great Again

Ok liberals, Let’s Stop complaining!! Lets instead take Donnies message to heart. Face it, America, also better known in the world as the states, is not great. It’s a war mongering, disease ridden, drug plagued, feudal lordship, colonialist mentality, grossly polluted, shallow society full…

New TreeYo EDU Article Release: Broad Site Design: Vision and Assessment

This new TreeYo EDU article tackles the beginnings of Design Process. I call it Broad Site Design in the PDC, and here we examine the visioning and assessment process. Each designer will come up with their own tools to aid in this but here…

New TreeYo EDU article Release: Drylands Tree Crops

New TreeYo EDU article release: Drylands Tree Crop Selection. This is one of the sections I cover in the PDC and having worked many years in the Mediterranean and other drylands/ brittle regions it was a fun article to recall all I have learned…

New Article Release: Chapter 5 Climate: Savory’s Brittle and Non Brittle Climate Classification

The more we know about climate the better off we will be towards implementing the ethical basis of permaculture in our projects. Thats how i finish this latest TreeYo EDU article back in Chapter 5, Climate. Savory’s Brittleness scale is a great context builder…

New Article Release: Chapter 14: Fair Share Economics

Our economy is riddled with flaws. In this new article of mine, I present the basis of the argument against it, an ethical approach to economy. Its part of my chapter 14 solutions from my online book, which indeed embodies the article itself, Fair…

UMA PERSPECTIVA HOLÍSTICA SOBRE A ORIGEM DOS FOGOS FLORESTAIS E ​ ​ COMO SEGUIR EM DIANTE

Written By Doug Crouch, Temporary Resident of Portugal, Translated by Cristina Moreira Enquanto a atribuição de culpas por este incêndio tão trágico vai rodopiando intensamente, desejo antes de mais expressar as minhas condolências àqueles que tanto perderam. Vidas, animais, bens, tradições, memórias e muito mais….

Patterns Summary: New EDU Article Release

The culmination of a chapter in the EDU project. The pivotal chapter of patterns concludes with this article. Partly philosophical, partly spiritual, partly practical cloaked in the above two. Enjoy. https://treeyopermacultureedu.wordpress.com/chapter-4-pattern-understanding/pattern-summary/

A Holistic Perspective on How the Fires in Portugal Came to be and Where we Go from Here

Written By Doug Crouch, Temporary Resident of Portugal While the blame for such a tragic wildfire is swirling intensely already, I first express my condolences to those who lost so much.  Life, property, livelihoods, tradition, memories, and so much more.  For the ecosystem its…