1,055 responses later, with 705 surveys completed to the very last question – it’s time to put the survey to bed. It’s been an exciting three months watching responses come in from all over the world. Permaculturists from over 40 countries participated! Now the task of analyzing this mountain of data begins…
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The Participation Survey will close on October 22. The response has been incredible: ~650 respondents from 40 countries! Especially given the language limitation – the survey is only available in English – this is remarkable. This has been a pretty epic project, and as far as I know, unprecedented. And of course, the real project [...]
I’ve got a short piece up about science and permaculture – and promoting the survey of course – posted on Permaculture Research Institute of Australia. Check it out here.
Just a little update – and breakdown – on the survey responses so far. A lot of folks have been curious about when the results of this survey will be made available – which is great. I want to reiterate that we are still in the first few days of a 2 year project. I’m excited [...]
We’ve gotten well over a hundred responses in the first few days of the survey. I’m so heartened – and to be frank, relieved! – by the participation of the permaculture community. Thanks to all, and please go ahead and keep on suggesting that your friends and colleagues refer their friends and colleagues… I’m doing on-going quality control on the [...]
Just in time for the Northeast Permaculture Convergence, the web survey is now live. This research is one of the first attempts to systematically gather data about how and why people participate in permaculture – and who is doing it. If this is you, please participate!