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Apply Self-Regulation and Accept Feedback- Permaculture principle 4 of 12

The fourth principle of permaculture is "Apply Self-Regulation and Accept Feedback". This principle highlights the importance of observing and interacting with the environment and making necessary adjustments in response to feedback.


Growing food in the parkway

Growing food in the parkway


In the context of urban agriculture, this principle is crucial for building a sustainable and resilient food system. By observing and understanding the local environment, such as the availability of land, water, soil quality, and climate patterns, urban farmers can make informed decisions about what to grow and how to manage their resources. They can also monitor and respond to feedback from their plants, soil, and surrounding community to improve their practices and increase yields.



Food production can be possible even on difficult terrain. This slope was terraced for a local family.

Food production can be possible even on difficult terrain. This slope was terraced for a local family.


Building community is also an essential aspect of this principle. Urban agriculture can bring people together, promote food security, and foster a sense of community ownership over shared resources. By involving community members in the design and management of urban agriculture projects, they become invested in the success of the project and can provide valuable feedback that helps to improve the system over time.


Sharing the benefits of agriculture with veterans

Sharing the benefits of agriculture with veterans


In summary, the fourth principle of permaculture, "Apply Self-Regulation and Accept Feedback," is essential for the success of urban agriculture and building community. By observing and interacting with the environment and involving community members in the process, urban farmers can create sustainable and resilient food systems that benefit both people and the planet.



 

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At Rusty Top Farms, we're dedicated to supporting our veterans and helping them experience the healing power of gardening. We're currently raising funds to build garden crates for veterans who may not have access to a garden or who may need extra support to get started.


Each garden crate costs us $300 to build, and we rely on donations from our community to make this project possible. If you'd like to support our mission and help us build garden crates for veterans, please consider making a donation through our fiscal sponsor at https://www.rustytopfarm.com/donate. Every donation counts and makes a difference in the lives of our veterans.


Thank you for your support and let's continue to work together to support our veterans and build a more resilient community!


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