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Santa Cruz Permaculture
Pages and Files
Trees, Forests & Windbreaks
Aquaculture & Aquaponics
Zone 0 - Our Homes
Zone 1 - Home Food Gardens
Zone 2 - Food Forestry
Zone 3 - Farming
Zone 4 - Harvest Forests
Zone 5 - Natural Conservation Forests
Appropriate Technology & Renewable Energy
People Care: Personal and Social Permaculture
Fair Share: Financial Permaculture
Curriculum and Online Courses
is a compelling new way of understanding life on our planet. The theory asserts that living organisms and their inorganic surroundings have evolved together as a single living system that greatly affects the chemistry and conditions of Earth’s surface.
Your ecological foot print is the impact of a person or community on the environment, expressed as the amount of land required to sustain their use of natural resources, their lifestyle.
Calculate your Ecological Footprint
An ecotone is a border zone, where ecological systems meet and mingle, sometimes forming a new and different community of species.
Organization of levels
Individual : one member of species
Population: all members of species in an area
Community: all populations of organisms in area
Ecosystem: living community & it’s physical env. functioning together as an independent system
Biome: a major regional community, that is characterized by the plant life and climate (desert)
Biosphere: the portion of the earth where life exists
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