Carla Resnick is based in Northern California, at the northern end of the Sacramento Valley, and is an avid gardener of edible, useful, and decorative plants. Her garden is a place for experimentation using Permaculture principles and techniques, including observation, stacking functions, obtaining a yield, watching logs rot, and other earthly activities. She has experience in water harvesting, building apple tree guilds, berm and basin design and implementation, greywater systems, and soil fertility restoration, and she blogs about it at www.permaculturezone.net. She is a graduate of the Permaculture Institute's Permaculture Design Certificate course (2008), and the Permaculture Teacher Training course (2011). She has studied with Scott Pittman, Arina Pittman, Toby Hemmenway, Brad Lancaster, and Larry Santoyo.
Since introducing chickens, plans have changed, adjustments (and omelets) are being made.
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Verifying teacher: Scott Pittman|
|Other Teachers: Brad Lancaster, Toby Hemenway, Arina Pittman|
|Location: Seeds of Change Farm|
|Date: May 2008|
|Permaculture Teacher Training|
|Type: Teacher Training|
|Verifying teacher: Arina Pittman|
|Other Teachers: Scott Pittman, Larry Santoyo|
|Location: New Mexico, USA|
|Date: Aug 2011|