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Permaculture, as described in {{ISBN|9780195024029|Creating a Life Together}} (page 143) is: ''A set of techniques and principles for designing sustainable human settlements, with plants, animals, and buildings--especially the relationships between them.''
Permaculture, as described in {{ISBN|9780195024029|Creating a Life Together}} (page 143) is: ''A set of techniques and principles for designing sustainable human settlements, with plants, animals, and buildings--especially the relationships between them.''

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Permaculture, as described in The Timeless Way of Building (page 143) is: A set of techniques and principles for designing sustainable human settlements, with plants, animals, and buildings--especially the relationships between them.

As defined by David Holmgren in Permaculture: Principles and Pathways Beyond Sustainability , permaculture uses three ethics and twelve principles to design self-generative systems that can be continued sustainably.

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