|Waltham, MA, United States|
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Dee Clark is an intermedia artist creating liminal aesthetic environments, regenerative landscapes, and community-building opportunities, especially through temporary and permanent labyrinth installations and permaculture design and implementation. In 2012, she proposed and co-founded Terrell House Permaculture Living & Learning Center, the first on-campus permaculture site at the University of Maine. This project has been featured in multiple publications including Urban Farm Magazine. Clark served as a Terrell House Resident Steward while completing her MFA in Intermedia at the University of Maine.
Dee first became involved in permaculture through the Peace Studies program at the University of Maine. She has worked with Emily Markides and Julia and Charles Yelton on several projects including administrative and physical work for the ESTIA Epicenter, a documentary about the first permaculture course offered through UMaine, an ecocharette for a proposed green residence hall at UMaine, and the annual ESTIA ecopeace conferences.
Terrell House Permaculture Living and Learning Center has become a reality! We are transforming this beautiful, passive solar, university-owned house into an inspiring space indoors and out for community, learning, food, music, and more.
|Permaculture for the Northeast|
|Type: Introduction to Permaculture|
|Verifying teacher: Lisa Fernandes|
|Other Teachers: Charles & Julia Yelton|
|Location: Cape Elizabeth, Maine|
|Date: Apr 2006|
|Maine Master Gardener Training|
|Teacher: Liz Stanley|
|Location: Waldoboro, Maine|
|Date: Sep 2006|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Teacher: Charles & Julia Yelton|
|Location: Bucksport and Orono, Maine|
|Date: Jul 2012|