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Illinois

Agroecology/Sustainable Agriculture Program

at the University of Illinois
http://www.aces.uiuc.edu/~asap/

Biologic Performance
is a ecological company dedicated to helping design, build, and maintain artistic regenerative landscaping and settlements. Our focus is on residential water harvesting, food production, and restoration. With an aim to make as much social impact as possible.  25910 W. Hermann Ave. Antioch, IL 60002 - 847-345-1930

Fruited Plain Cooperative Society

is an independent cooperative buying club for residents of Champaign-Urbana, Illinois and surrounding communities.
http://co-op.champaign.il.us/fp/index.html

Urbana Permaculture Project,

robscott@freeshell.org
Rob Scott
http://www.prairienet.org/upp/

Check out the Illinois Permaculture Handboook at http://robscott.freeshell.org/book/

122 Franklin St. Urbana, IL 61801

La Casa Verde / Laurie Winkler
laurie_winkler@hotmail.com (309)686-93451213
E Frye, Peoria, IL 61603

Center for Sustainable Community

123 Crescent Lane, Stelle, Illinois 60919
email csc@stelle.net    www.CenterForSustainableCommunity.org

Heartwood

Working to protect the hardwood forests of America’s heartland.

PO Box 1011 | Alton, IL 62002-1011 | info@heartwood.org
http://www.heartwood.org/home.php

Midwest Permaculture
Midwest Permaculture is a business created and owned by Bill and Becky Wilson of Stelle (30 year residents) with the goal of promoting more sustainable ways of living and providing quality permaculture education and training.

125 Crescent Lane, Stelle, IL 60919
Email: Info@MidwestPermaculture.comBill Wilson 815-256-2215Becky Wilson 815-256-2214

The Permaculture Project

The Permaculture Project works to help build the proper eco-skills necessary in all areas of life. Our vision is to make sure that all of our students and clients are eventually able to read directly from the very Book of Nature herself. Care and love of the environment are at the core of our work: ethics and values grow naturally out of these practices: care of the earth, care of people, ethical surplus distribution, building an ecological-human support base. One can come to understand the inherent connection between Nature, humanity and society, revealing that every thought, word and action carries consequences. Each person shares responsibility for the development of another. The Permaculture Project believes that education focuses our efforts to answer life’s fundamental questions. Learning the answers to these questions is best encouraged through love, nurturing, cooperation and reverence for all life.

510 West Pecan Street,
Carbondale, IL 62901 618-713-0537
permacultureproject@gmail.com

 

Permaculture Design Publishing

P.O. Box 3607, Tupelo, MS 38803

(408) 569-8607

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