|Leavenworth, Kansas, United States|
(projects i'm involved in)
I am a trained clinical herbalist with a great deal of interest in plant communities and my role as their steward.
My discovery of permaculture came as a result of a wonderful community of primitive skills instructors and students gathering annually in Idaho and Arizona. My wife and I were introduced to the ideas behind permaculture and haven't been able to absorb and implement them fast enough.
My wife, two sons, and I currently reside on 30 partly wooded and hilly acres where we are initiating our own permaculture designed farm and CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). Hillside farming has it's share of ups and downs but has been the perfect challenge for both of us. We currently have with us 2 lamancha goats, 40 chickens, 5 guinea hens, 1 lamb, and 6 dogs (including 2 Great Pyrenees). This years projects include initiating our first-year CSA offerings, install a mycological facility retrofitted in a pre-1920's era limestone walled root cellar, build permanent herb beds, and get the community involved in our farming fun!
|KPC Permaculture Design Certification|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Teacher: Stephen Moring|
|Location: Lawrence, Kansas|
|Date: Mar 2010|