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First US Ecosystem Restoration Camp in Paradise, California

A great thank you to all the volunteers, permaculture experts, gracious hosts, and inspiring Paradise, Ca locals that came together to help make the first US Ecosystem Restoration Camp an amazing success! Partnering with the local Camp Fire Restoration Project, and Pine Ridge Elementary School we planted impactful seeds of change by restoring the school’s educational and decorative gardens and facilities.

The United States and the world received an unequivocal wake up call when last year an unprecedented fire destroyed Paradise California. “It covered an area of 153,336 acres (almost 240 sq. miles), and destroyed 18,804 structures, with most of the damage occurring within the first four hours.” The children each morning drive through miles of absolute wreckage to get to school, but now they will find beautiful gardens there. What is more, they will learn with their families how to restore their town with permaculture techniques they learn in the new educational garden.


Abundant Earth Foundation, in partnership with Permaculture Magazine, wants to thank all the applicants for their submissions to the Youth in Permaculture Prize. We are excited to look through all your project descriptions and look forward to announcing the 2019 prize winners
at the end of October.
Congratulations to 2018’s winners: Millicent Anyango, John Lago Gonzalez, and Felipe Vasconez – And thank you to all the amazing applications we received from around the world! We hope to grow this prize and continue to support youth projects throughout the year. Your donations to Abundant Earth will help make this possible. Click here to read the stories of these brilliant young permaculturists.


We are a group of permaculture philanthropists and activists regenerating our environmental and social landscapes by supporting each other and pooling our resources to create a more just and inclusive world for all.
“Permaculture gives us a toolkit for moving from a culture of fear and scarcity to one of love and abundance”

Toby Hemenway


A video exploring the Global Permaculture Movement at the International Permaculture Convergence in India, 2017 – where the seed for Abundant Earth Foundation sprouted.

Permaculture is founded on Ethics and Principles based on how nature works.

Permaculture incorporates indigenous wisdom, modern science, creativity, and systems thinking. Today people apply permaculture thinking to many aspects of life, including agriculture, social structures, building construction, education, business practices, economics, and spirituality.

Anyone can apply permaculture’s 3 Core Ethics; Earth Care, People Care, and Future Care to most aspects of their lives. From the garden, to the classroom,  or to the boardroom, permaculture provides a framework for living that is not only sustainable, but regenerative – allowing resources to become more abundant, rather then depleted.

Regenerative Grassroots Philanthropy joins us together to donate our extra resources to those projects that focus on permaculture and other practices that regenerate the environment and enhance the social fabric. By combining your donations, large and small, financial and other, the Abundant Earth Foundation can have an exponential impact on creating a healthier world.


Mandala Sanga project


We support projects around the world that are using permaculture and regenerative agriculture to make a great impact at local and global levels.