Worldwide Permaculture Projects: A growing network of Project Locales, Courses & People

Permaculture Research Institute’s (PRI) Network and Interactive Website
This is the premier place to find out who is doing what, and where, in the permaculture world. You can search for projects by keyword, and/or filter to specific project types.
You can even constrain your search by climate zone, so you can find others working in similar conditions as yourself. As you search, you’ll see pins on the world map below appear or disappear to reflect your search results, and you can either browse the project cards or click on map pins to go to individual project profiles.
If you have a project of your own, be sure to put it on the map! From a mini-garden on a high rise balcony, to a small residential or larger rural broadacre project, all the way through to a full-blown multi-village aid endeavour in sub-Saharan Africa, readers want to know all about it.

​Use your project profile to inspire others, solicit advice and support, and, if yours is an educational project, to also attract students. By putting regular updates on your profile, you’ll attract a growing readership.

Network, share, learn, grow!

Taelor Monroe of the Austin Permaculture Guild
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Here you will find an interactive database of permaculture practitioners, teachers, consultants and aid workers from all over the world. The potential for constructive networking here is enormous! Create regular updates on your own Worldwide Permaculture Network blog under your profile, to get noticed, receive friendship, encouragement and tips. Find people in your climate zone, find teachers to study under, or advertise your own consulting services, and more.






About the PRI Land Site
Zaytuna Farm is situated on a sixty-six acre (27 hectares) property that fronts Terania Creek opposite the village of The Channon, Northern NSW. The property contains 800m of creek frontage, numerous swimming holes and abundant wildlife. The landscape is diverse, covering high frost-free hilltops, ridges and valleys with both cleared paddocks and forested areas.

Zaytuna Farm is a working permaculture education and demonstration farm under continuous development and with ever changing and evolving on ground research in practice; work is consistently in progress to develop new more efficient and productive systems. Situated in sub-tropical Northern New South Wales we offer people the opportunity to learn while experiencing a real life permaculture farming and gardening, live in, working experience situation. In addition to classroom time, people train and work on daily farm duties interacting and caring for farm systems which can include animals, crops, trees, nursery, aquatics, irrigation, renewable energy, waste and recycling. Other tasks include looking at design in the landscape, making compost, natural fertilizers, testing soil, basic surveying and completing design exercises.
A word on Donating to the PRI
Donate knowing your contribution is being put to work using the ‘teach a man to fish’ principle. Rather than endless campaigns that ignore root causes, we seek to solve problems at source. The Permaculture Research Institute is a not-for-profit organisation, limited by guarantee.​DONATE