The Center For Bioregional Living
The Center For Bioregional Living
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Commenced:
01/05/2008
Submitted:
21/02/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
253 Brigg hwy, Ellenville, NY, US
Phone:
917 584-4588
Website:
www.homebiome.com
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate





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The Center For Bioregional Living

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Urban, Rural, Educational

Project Summary

" Living well with the Earth" Center for Bioregional Living programs educate and inform people to create abundance, health and regional self-sufficiency through cooperating with nature. Offering regenerative design services applying permaculture and ecological principles. We have a Permaculture education and research demonstration facility in Ellenville NY, we are both involved in whole site design of this 14 acre property.

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The Center For Bioregional Living

We have a Permaculture education and research demonstration facility in Ellenville NY, we are both involved in whole site design of this 14 acre property and implementing a market scale vegetable berry fruit and nut farm all irrigated by gravity fed rainwater caught on natural buildings placed high in the land and hosting advanced permaculture apprentices,classes,dining and music events on our 10 acre off grid farm with showers,tent platforms, small cabins to be, rain water, passive solar hot water, summer kitchens ,kiwis, grapes, peaches coppicing plantings and wetland development of small chinampas ,ponds, springhouses all in the works and more to come!

We also have taught more then 200 graduates in the NYC area in the last 3 years many more from Yestermorrow over the last 8 as there lead instructor creating their Permaculture program.We also teach at Wesleyan right now and do a whole series of educational visioning presentations on Permaculture/ bioregional economic ideas for Ellenville and the whole northeastern corridor of the United States.

Thus our work is both on our project and educational and regional economic work.

We sell vegetables to restaurants in Brooklyn as well.

More information; www.homebiome.com

 

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