The Permaculture Magazine Prize 2018
The Permaculture Magazine Prize 2018 is launched with a fund of £20,000 donated by two generous benefactors. It’s aim is to directly help transform communities and regenerate habitats and it will be judged by a prestigious panel of international judges.
The prize will consist of one main award of £10,000 and four runners up of £2,500 and is open to any permaculture project in the world. The closing date for entries is 30 June 2018, 23:59 GMT.
“In a time of global crisis, the world needs well designed, regenerative and inspiring examples of permaculture. We have established this prize to celebrate and support pioneering, best practice projects and tell their stories to shine a light in the darkness.” Maddy and Tim Harland, founders of Permaculture Magazine and Permanent Publications.
Permaculture Magazine is looking for permaculture projects that are:
* Regenerating damaged land
* Enhancing habitat and biodiversity
* Helping people to gain practical and community skills
* Adding value to produce and developing local economies
* Building community, creating social glue and greater economic resilience
* Modelling new ways of cooperating and new cultural paradigms
Permaculture Magazine wants to specifically award money to permaculture projects that reach ordinary people and demonstrate best practice permaculture both in terms of ecological and socially / culturally innovative design. Any project can apply if it has been functioning for at least three years and has established its place within its community.
Please tell permaculture projects around the world about the prize. Permaculture Magazine wants to hear from you, highlight your achievements to the world and help you in your next steps!
Online applications are now open and it’s free to enter. See: