|Montreal, QC, Canada|
(projects i'm involved in)
Telchac Puerto, MX
(projects i'm following)
Brought up on a 75 acres subsistence farm surrounded by a pristine forest, on the eastern seaboard of Nova Scotia, Canada.
He was gardening before he could walk and was designing rainwater catchment systems by age ten. His childhood was largely sculpted by David Suzuki’s The Nature of Things and by the forestry industry, which stripped the land that he knew. Life led him to study a specialization in The Human Environment with a minor in Biological Ecology at Concordia University in Montreal.
At this point in his life, with the glamour’s of academia coming to a halt, he discovered Permaculture: Greening the Desert by Geoff Lawton. Soon after he founded P3Permaculture.ca, People for the Profit of the Planet: A Social Enterprise in 2009. He began with small-scale design projects until he was on his way to Denman Island, to learn how to set up and run the Permaculture Design Certification course (PDC) which he took with Jesse Lemieux, at Pacific Permaculture.
Furthering his experience, he undertook various suburban and urban projects in both Montreal and Sydney. After this, he received a two-month apprenticeship under Geoff Lawton's supervision, from The Permaculture Research Institute of Australia (PRI). While in Australia he took specific certifications in Earthworks and PDC Teacher Training. Upon completion of this apprenticeship he returned Montreal to co-ordinate the implementation and design of RealiTea, an urban farming project at Concordia University's Loyola Campus. Based in Montreal him and his team, currently runs 2 part-time and 2 full-time PDC a year, along with design consultations and many hands-on workshops in the city, in the maritimes and abroad. For more details: www.p3permaculture.ca
Work trade and early bird discount still available!
This Project is going to demonstrate the History of the Chester Basin, with a permaculture Twist.
Many prominent scientists and First Nation representatives speak their minds about the salmon farming industry and the numerous problems associated with it in the film Aquacultural Revolution.
Hey everyone this is a great resource for Designers and anyone going into organics. It is a resource website that gives you all kinds of sites for information pertaining to organic agriculture. It is kind of a life line. The tests they provide are fo
|Verifying teacher: Geoff Lawton|
|Other Teachers: Peter Brecknock|
|Location: Permaculture Research Institute of Australia|
|Date: Feb 2010|
|PDC Teacher Training|
|Type: Teacher Training|
|Teacher: Geoff Lawton|
|Location: The Permaculture Research Institute of Australia|
|Date: Mar 2010|
|72 hour permaculture design certification|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Verifying teacher: Jesse Lemieux|
|Other Teachers: Jon Gemmell, Owen Hablutzel|
|Location: Denman Island|
|Date: Jun 2009|
|Food Forest Design|
|Teacher: Dave Jacke|
|Date: Aug 2012|
|95 PDC Graduates (list)|
|0 PRI PDC Graduates (list)|
|2 Other Course Graduates (list)|
|have acknowledged being taught by Graham Calder|
|1 have not yet been verified (list)|
|Graham Calder has permaculture experience in:|