For lots of people, the image that springs to mind when thinking about permaculture living is large thriving veggie gardens, composting toilets and perhaps even a goat or two. All of which can be tricky to do when renting in cities or suburbia.
It’s often not possible to make major alterations to a rental property, such as installing solar panels to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, or double-glazing windows to regulate household temperatures.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t integrate the permaculture principles into your home – you just have to get creative with your thinking..
Read our 15 tips to start living a rental permaculture lifestyle here on the brilliant Milkwood Permaculture’s site.
You might like to check out these other posts in the Rental Permaculture series: