It is with a heavy heart that we share the news of the passing of Graham Bell, a revered permaculturist, author, and educator whose work has touched the lives of countless individuals and communities around the world.
Graham Bell's dedication to promoting sustainable living and teaching permaculture principles was evident in his extensive body of work, which includes his influential books, "The Permaculture Garden" and "The Permaculture Way." His profound understanding of ecological systems and passion for empowering others to create regenerative landscapes made him a guiding light in the permaculture movement.
As an educator, Bell's nurturing spirit and patient guidance fostered a new generation of permaculture practitioners, imbuing them with the knowledge and confidence needed to make tangible differences in their own lives and communities. His teachings not only focused on the technical aspects of permaculture but also emphasized the importance of community and collaboration in building a more sustainable world.
Graham Bell's impact reaches far beyond his written works and teachings. Through his own permaculture garden, he exemplified the very principles he championed, creating a living testament to the power of sustainable living. His garden not only served as a source of nourishment and inspiration but also as a beacon of hope for a greener, more resilient future.
As we mourn the loss of this extraordinary individual, let us honor Graham Bell's memory by continuing to nurture the seeds of knowledge he planted in the hearts and minds of so many. It is our responsibility to carry on his legacy by spreading the transformative power of permaculture to create a more sustainable and equitable world for all.
Rest in peace, Graham. You will be deeply missed, but your vision and teachings will live on in the countless lives you have touched and the positive change you have inspired.
Graham Bell was interviewed as part of the iACT project. He shared experiences about his LAND center the "Garden Cottage" from the earliest days of permaculture and up until now. We would like to thank him for his amazing contributions towards permaculture over many years.