Identify your event as an International Permaculture Event (IPD) event — making the link
Graphics contributed by Lauren Pothof from Tomato Creative
International Permaculture Day, on the first Sunday in May or thereabouts, is a day of celebration and action for permaculture around the world. It is a day when visitors can see permaculture initiatives, ask questions, and decide for themselves whether the permaculture design system has relevance to themselves, to the challenges we face, and to creating communities that are resilient in the face of undesirable and unforeseeable impacts.
You can promote International Permaculture Day by:
- including the International Permaculture Day logo and website URL — permacultureday.org — on your posters and promotional media
- make use of the graphics resources below, such as the poster template
- make a website live link — permacultureday.org — on your online promotional material.
Template files are available, one is a generic poster for IPD, the other two are variations where you can add your event details.
We provide the files online as pdf files. You can load the posters into Microsoft Word or Apple Pages and use a text box to include your own event details in the box provided on the template poster below.
If you are interested in using our Quark or Affinity template poster file, email us.
We have created an advertisement for magazines. Get in touch with us if you would like to support IPD by inserting an advertisement into your magazine. We can include your logo and a link to your website on our supporters’ page.
Here is a low-resolution 1/2 page graphic example — 1200 pixels wide.
If you could link the image to permacultureday.org that would be great.
Website banners and graphics
You can easily use the IPD widget graphic on your web, blog or social media site. You could link the widget to permacultureday.org
If you could link the image — permacultureday.org — that would be great.
Logo for your website
You can easily use the International Permaculture Day logo on your web, blog, or social media site. If you could link the logo to permacultureday.org that would be great.