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Role of permaculture in sustainable living
GAJDUŠKOVÁ, Alena
Mankind's relationship to the Material World is the defining and initial relationship when examining the evolution of sustainable development.Generally, mankind is intensely concerned with the environmental issues since the sixties of the last century, mainly because of the serious environmental changes which began to appear at that time. Permaculture, which is one of the alternative concepts, was originally created as a system of agricultural production and later extended to the different aspects of life: - cultural, economic and social.This work consists of several parts: in Pt. 1, I have analysed and summarized the project of the Forest Garden and the permacultural practices proposed in my Bachelor's thesis from the year 2011. Part 2 describes my application of recommended permacultural planting methods on selected crops, and the pros and cons of each procedure have been evaluated. In the Final part, I have followed traditional technological procedures and have elaborated the selected basic sorts of processed food.
The possibilities of permaculture practice on small scale farm
GAJDUŠKOVÁ, Alena
In recent decades we have witnessed an unprecedented development of negative environmental changes, to which the intensive conventional farming contributes. The answer to this farming method may be the permaculture, which was originally formed as a continuous system of agriculture and later it extended to other aspects of life - cultural, economic and social. Permaculture has become the concept for designing of sustainable systems.This thesis shows a concrete example, what might be a sustainable farming on the family farm, based on the principles of permaculture.

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