Terra Genesis International
Terra Genesis International
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www.terra-genesis.com, Stone Ridge, New York, US
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Wet/Dry Tropical

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Terra Genesis International

Project Type

Commercial, Educational

Project Summary

Terra Genesis International is a permaculture design and education company working around the world helping individuals and organizations work toward their holistic goals.

Project Description

Terra Genesis International

is an international permaculture design firm that helps individuals, non-profits, and businesses get their projects on the right track.


  • Permaculture Design and Master Planning
  • Holistic Management
  • Keyline Design
  • Water Management
  • Reforestation – native forests, timber and food forests
  • Edible Forest Gardening
  • Ecological Agriculture
  • Courses and Education

Through this work we are creating wealth for our clients, ecological diversity and carbon sequestration for the planet and helping our global community shift toward a more sane world.


Our Manifesto

Terra Genesis International was conceived, created and spun out into the world with two main outward goals:

1. Complete regeneration of ecosystems on this planet.

2. The social well being of all people.

Basically, the two goals above are the first two ethics of permaculture, Earth Care and People Care.  And because the founders of Terra Genesis International each have been blessed to have learned and experienced so much along we way, they would like to fulfill the third ethic of permaculture to the best of their abilities, and that is to Share the Surplus.  So, taking the privilege that comes with being born American, along with all they have learned about the problems (and the solutions) in the world today, they set forth to do the best they can to right them.

  • Healthy ecosystems
  • Healthy, abundant food
  • Clean Air
  • Affordable, ecologically friendly housing
  • Thriving local economies
  • Engaged local citizenry
  • High quality education
  • A culture of art and celebration

Terra Genesis International is not interested in any jobs that go counter to the above mentioned criteria, and will not quit until those are six important features exist in every village across the planet.

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Christian Shearer - Lead Designer Eric Toensmeier - Lead Designer Ethan Roland - Lead Designer Mary E. Johnson - Lead Designer
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