Serlo.org is an education platform that offers Applied Sustainability as an subject. It’s far from complete, but evolving.
“Find out about permaculture ethics, principles, design approaches and useful information about over 200 practical solutions!”
Soil and Health Library
“Health begins in the soil”
Their vision is to make works available that empower people to grow their own food, be healthy and think for themselves. Self-empowerment is true freedom.
Open Source Ecology
Super successful worldwide Open Source Hardware project. Look at the Global Village Construction Set. Wow!
Open Source Seed Initiative
“The Open Source Seed Initiative (OSSI) is dedicated to maintaining fair and open access to plant genetic resources worldwide.”
“An open source community for resilient agriculture”
This nice little video explains the concept. Has nice projects and a lively community.
Very nice project, basically a fork of the PFAF-Database but editable and focused on community and practical use.
Plants For A Future
A registered charity that compiles a database featuring over 7500 plants with a focus on perenials.
They have names, images, uses, etc. It’s quite amazing.
Appropedia maintains a list of Permaculture Wikis and is also one of the most active Wikis in this space.
Red Wigglers / Vermicomposting
This video explains why you want to have worms as pets and how vermi-composting works. It’s super nice.