Vegan permaculture (also known as veganic permaculture, veganiculture, or vegaculture) avoids the use of domesticated animals. It is essentially the same as permaculture except for the addition of a fourth core value; "Animal Care." Wikipedia, Vegan Organic Gardening
We have already started using principles of Vegan permaculture at the Vegan Utopia Ecovillage site.
They have also provided us with many resources which we are delighted to share with you.
Tas and Chase have put together an excellent plan that will allow us to grow Moringa on a large scale. Check it out by clicking on the picture below.
We think Hugelkultur raised beds are great, so we had Tas and Chase make an exciting instructional video telling you how to make one.
Click on these amazing infographics to learn more about vegan permaculture and some of the plants we love.
Note: Some are not vegan permaculture sites because this is a fairly new offshoot of permaculture, but you can use most of the same principles.
The Veganic Agriculture Network is a new movement in North America to promote the production of fruits, vegetables, legumes, and cereals without the use of artificial substances nor the use of animal products. We promote sustainable, low-impact, plant-based farming and gardening.
Founded in 1996, the Vegan Organic Network, VON, is an ambitious UK registered charity with an international network of active supporters. Our aims are to research and promote vegan organic (also known as stockfree organic) methods of agriculture and horticulture throughout the world so that green, clean and cruelty-free food becomes widely available.
An article about vegan permaculture from the United Kingdom
Info About The Vegan Book of Permaculture
7000+ Plant Pages
The Permaculture Action Network bridges permaculture and community action with music, land, and culture.