I was born and raised on an organic mixed farm in central Alberta, Canada. From an early age I recognized the limitations of "conventional" organic agriculture methods, especially as it became mainstream. In 2011 I began researching alternative agricultural methods. I soon stumbled upon forest gardening and permaculture and have been hooked since.
After completing my Journeyman Carpentry Certificate and taking various permaculture courses I began working full time on our 250 acre family farm implementing a main frame design. Now after observing positive results I have started a design/consultancy business.
I believe that permaculture has an important role to play in the redesign of our food, energy, water, shelter and social systems. Through Deep Roots Permaculture, I work to develop practical and ethical designs that create and maintain resilient connections between elements that in turn benefit the land while generating a natural abundance for all its inhabitants.
|Geoff Lawton's Permaculture Design Course
|Type: Online Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Course
|Teacher: Geoff Lawton
|Date: Mar 2014
|Permaculture Design Course
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course
|Teacher: Sarah Orlowski
|Location: Johnson's Landing, British Columbia
|Date: Jun 2012
|Mark Shepard Workshop
|Teacher: Mark Shepard
|Location: Alix, Alberta
|Date: Oct 2013
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