About Us

About Us

Eco Logical Designs are a permaculture based company who aim to design and inspire others to design truly abundant systems which will help us all live more lightly on the land and do its bit towards making a richer, brighter more abundant future for all.

We achieve this by making designs and teaching others to make designs in accord with permaculture ethics and principals, as we feel permaculture's ethics and principals help us to truly consider the impact of our decisions and designs on all humans, including the impact on us, on people we know, and equally importantly on people we don't now. The ethics and principals also help us to consider the impact we have on planet earth, be it at a local level or global level, as well as the impact on all living creatures, plants, trees, mineral resources, etc.

The ethics and principles accompanied by the rich tool set that permaculture has gathered ensures we can teach how to think in such a way that we create rich abundant systems. This could be anything from the traditional permanent agriculture systems, to housing, to community building, right livelihood, appropriate technology, etc.

"Permaculture is: Common sense in a world where sense is no longer common" Rakesh "Rootsman Rak"

Most importantly, the ethics, principals and associated tool sets are so simple, that it can be taught to anyone from any part of the world, regardless of their experiences or education level.

At Eco Logical designs we believe in creating self sustaining, low maintenance systems, which is why we specialise in creating forest gardens, which have proven to return 10 times more energy in food yield than the amount of energy you put into the growing process. Typically people take no more than 10 days a year to manage and harvest their forest garden. Which compared to a conventional farm, which uses 10 times more energy than is returned in food yield and works almost every day of the year in managing and harvesting. Even organic farms use 8 times more energy than is returned in food yield, which we can all see is totally unsustainable.

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