Technology developed rapidly in the 20th and 21st centuries. Consequently, the energy need and the world population increased. The need for energy and the world population has increased. With this project, we aim to teach our students the principles of Permaculture. The founder of permaculture is Bill Mollison. According to Bill Mollison; Permaculture is the job of designing and maintaining diverse, stable, resilient and agro-productive ecosystems such as natural ecosystems. In our project, we will start with composting first. Composting is the first step in permaculture. Compost means fertile soil. During the pandemic process, students will prepare cold compost on their balcony or garden. They will plant mint, sage, lavender plants in the compost they have prepared. Thus, our students will use their time efficiently. Environmental awareness of our students will improve.