Here are some  eco-business ideas that work well in practice for someone.

Remember it's never a good idea to just copy designs & expect them to work the same for you in a different situation, but do explore & get inspired by lots of examples of what works on the ground, and try to figure out what it is that does work about it, where it might go wrong, etc.

Investigating further into these to see just how much success they have had, and what are the particular characteristics of the people involved (often the key factor in any eco-business working well, that it's designed around the true passions of the owner/s), etc.


Back Yard Farming

Stacey Murphy,  BK Farming

$5.6K a Month Gardening 

(Other People’s Yards)

From Farm to Patient

Vídeo de YouTube

How one young woman found her niche by growing organic food for hospitals.

Chicken DIY Guides

Follow Your Passion & Play!

Also see Sonia Singh's YouTube  Channell & Facebook Page

Vídeo de YouTube

Dolls have always garnered much controversy. Their curvy, idealized bodies, overt makeup, and even skin tone can greatly affect the way young girls perceive themselves.

With such high expectations projected onto our daughters, how are they supposed to feel when they look in the mirror?

If dolls represent “pretty” but don’t represent or resemble the girls who play with them, what are they to believe about themselves?

Moms around the world often struggle with this predicament. They want their daughters to have awesome toys, but they certainly don’t want them to have self-esteem issues.

How do you provide a little girl with this traditional and sentimental gift without the potential of harming her sense of self?

The solution is difficult, but one mom is figuring out how to navigate the world of hyper-sexualized dolls and imagery.

There's a dialogue related to this page in the Integral Permaculture FB group (click icon to go there)

There's a dialogue in our FB group on this subject (click icon to go there)