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.

We have worked closely with Tas and Chase of Biodesic Strategies to develop a permaculture plan for our Retreat Center which is now for sale. 

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.

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Note: Most are not vegan permaculture sites because this is a fairly new offshoot of permaculture, but you can use most of the same principles.

Vegan Permaculture Article

An article about vegan permaculture from the United Kingdom


Permaculture and Homesteading Website and Forum


Joel Salatin’s Polyculture Farm Website

Whole Systems Design

Ben Falks Permaculture Design Business Website

 Geoff Lawton’s Permaculture Website

Forums and Resources

Permaculture Research Institute

News and Resources

 Permaculture Worldwide Network

This is the premier place to find out who is doing what, and where, in the permaculture world.

 Plants for a Future Database

7000+ Plant Pages

 Permaculture Action Network

The Permaculture Action Network bridges permaculture and community action with music, land and culture.


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  • commented 2018-03-08 01:20:49 -0600
    We are all gifts from god. Thank you for doing the work you do. I hope to join you.