|Santa Barbara, California, United States
(projects i'm involved in)
Warren Brush is a certified Permaculture designer and teacher as well as a mentor and storyteller. He has worked for over 25 years in inspiring people of all ages to discover, nurture and express their inherent gifts while living in a sustainable manner. He is co-founder of Quail Springs Learning Oasis & Permaculture Farm, Sustainable Vocations, Wilderness Youth Project, Trees for Children and his Permaculture design company, True Nature Design. He works extensively in Permaculture education and sustainable systems design in North America and in Africa as well as in other countries worldwide. He has devoted many years to mentoring youth to inspire and equip them to live in a sustainable manner with integrity and a hopeful outlook. His mentoring includes working with those who are former child soldiers, orphans,youth from troubled families and situations as well as those youth from other varied and privileged backgrounds. He can be reached through email at [email protected] or by calling his office at 805-886-7239.
You can view more about his work at the following websites:
Earlier this year, I helped to facilitate a permaculture resiliency project in Vergonoeg, Namibia with the San Bushmen. We built a ferro-cement rainwater harvest tank, installed an initial food forest planting and earthworks, and three greywater gardens.
I will be teaching a two-week intensive and transformative, international certification course in Liberia from August 8-21, 2011. Come join us in learning about creating sustainable, resilient human living systems using integrated design...
I will be teaching eight courses around the world in 2011. All the courses are open to students both locally and from around the world. This is an overview of these creative courses in unique locations.
|27 PDC Graduates (list)
|122 PRI PDC Graduates (list)
|23 Other Course Graduates (list)
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