Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective – May Free Movie Screening

This month, we’re screening the film Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective!

You won’t be able to find a free copy of this film, so you’ll have to come out in person to see it!  The filmmakers usually charge a screening fee, but I got permission to screen it for free!

‘Inhabit’ is a documentary film project that explores the tools for and promise of meeting human needs while also caring for and regenerating ecosystem health. It is an exploration into the idea of conscience inhabitance through permaculture. Focussed mostly on the Northeastern and Midwestern regions of the United States, ‘Inhabit’ provides an intimate look at permaculture peoples and practices in these regions – examining their daily lives as influenced by permaculture design.

Permaculture is a design science based on the observation and replication of patterns and relationships found in nature; it is an approach to designing sustainable systems of agriculture, community, economics, politics, and more. ‘Inhabit’ will look at practices in rural, suburban, and urban environments to explore the breadth of response to local and global challenges – from issues of food, water, and medicine, to governance, economy, and culture. It is an attempt to illuminate certain societal and planetary ails through the lens of on-ground, Earth-based solutions.

Bring some food to share, if you’d like. Bring your own plates and utensils, and let’s try to make this a no-waste event! We’ll have plenty of time for a discussion about the film, or about whatever else is happening in Philly related to Permaculture and regenerative living!

Facebook event

Film’s Facebook page

Where: Repair the World 4029 Market Street Philadelphia

When: 7PM – 9:30PM, Tuesday May 10th



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