The Joys and Challenges of Teaching Permaculture in Refugee Camps

In this new article, recently published in the Permaculture Magazine #100, Rosemary Morrows explains about her latest experience teaching in refugee camps, in several parts of the world. As she opens the article:
The Permaculture for Refugees (P4R) project derives from a solid conviction that permaculture provides humane, integrated solutions to the degraded and difficult conditions in refugee camps and settlements – and we need to remember Internally Displaced People (IDPs) – are part of these.”

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