Jarod Santana 's Profile
Jarod Santana
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Joined:
06/05/2015
Location:
Fingal, Tasmania, Australia
Climate Zone:
Cool Temperate
Gender:
Male





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Merri Bee Organic Farm Peacetree Permaculture and Edible Landscapes Zaytuna Farm, The home of the permaculture Research Institute   Grasslands, LLC Milkwood PRI New Zealand (Koanga Institute) 'Mimburi' - Land, Life and Creativity. Nicola's Place  Sunshine Beach Share House Logboy Noosa Forest Retreat Bellbunya Sustainable Community Permaculture Retrofit in the Mary Valley Jumba Wumba Valley Farm
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Azman Abdul Jalal Dan Boulton Fatin Syazwani Puteri Azman
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Adam Coates Alex Aiglehoux Alister Mackinnon Aranya Gardens Azman Abdul Jalal Bee Winfield Bob Corker Byron Joel Celia Leverton Charlie Jones Claire Coleman Colin Asplin Dan Boulton david spicer Dominique Chanovre Eric Smith Geoff Lawton Harry Wykman James David Miller Jane Gapinski Jodie Lane Julie Castles Justin Nigh Kay Baxter Klifford J Fyshwick Mathew Clifford Neil Robertson Owen Hablutzel Paul Kean Paul Taylor Penelope Kothe Richard Perkins Robin Clayfield Russell Mudge Sam Gardner Scoutt Winter Sparkles Murphy Tim Barker Toby Whittington Warwick Rowell
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About Jarod Santana

My passions for nature came at an early age in South Africa where I engaged with the savannah wildlife of my uncle’s safari game reserve. I am passionate about bushfood, hunting, spear fishing, bird watching, cooking, communal living and hiking.

I started getting interested in Permaculture when I began growing most of my own vegetables on a suburban block in Perth, Western Australia. I was working as a restaurant manager and started to see how much waste western society produces and how dangerous so much of our food is.

I have been raising animals for as long as I can remember from snakes, frogs and mice when I was just seven; to chickens, duck, sheep, cattle, worms, black soldier fly larvae and pigs in recent times.

Permaculture has been the philosophy and toolbox to bring all my passions and skills together in the last 3 years. I have successfully implemented two swale and Keyline systems on small acreage and have been setting up a demonstration site in Tasmania that has included a market garden, gravity irrigation systems, orchards, animal tractors, cell grazing and alternative buildings.

I dream of setting up and living on a small ecovillage with 20 - 40 people in a way that develops community, resilience and a deep connection with nature.

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Consultant Aid worker
My Permaculture Qualifications
PRI Unverified
Permaculture Design Course
Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course
Teacher: Geoff Lawton
Location: Online Geoff Lawton
Date: Feb 2014
Other course verified
Introduction to Earthworks
Type: Earthworks
Teacher: david spicer
Location: Tiger Hill Permaculture
Date: Mar 2015
Other course verified
Specialized Earthworks Course
Type: Earthworks
Teacher: david spicer
Location: Tiger Hill Permaculture
Date: Mar 2015
Other course verified
Advanced Permaculture Design
Type: Other
Teacher: Dan Palmer
Location: Penguin Tasmania
Date: Mar 2015
Other course unverified
Holistic Management
Type: Other
Teacher: Brian Wehlburg
Location: Albany, Western Australia
Date: Jun 2015

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