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Dustin wallerwork@gmail.com
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Joined:
08/04/2012
Last Updated:
11/06/2013
Location:
Oregon, United States
Climate Zone:
Mediterranean
Gender:
Male





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The Orlando Center for Urban Permaculture Econ Farm Kamiah Permaculture Institute Siren Song Farm- Farm Scale Permaculture Human Habitat Restoration (Suburbia) Earth-n-us Urban Permaculture design PRI New Zealand (Koanga Institute) Tamera The Yoga Forest Finca Friucion - Permaculture Land Cooperative Punta Mona Education Center for Sustainable Living SouthWoods Design, MN, USA Midwest Permaculture ridgedale PERMACULTURE Mesquite Meadows Greening the Desert Project Zaytuna Farm, The home of the permaculture Research Institute   Maungaraeeda Caribbean PRI of Barbados (CPRIB) The Permaculture Research Institute of Hellas (Greece) Permaculture Research Institute Chile Natural Capitalâ„¢ Plant Database PRI Tap o' Noth Farm, Aberdeenshire, Scotland The Panya Project Moody Farm at Beaver Dam Third Millennium Alliance Practical Permaculture Research Institute Sierra Permaculture Guild Practical Permaculture Research Institute Farm School Dancing TreePeople Farm Sohobi Sanctuary
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Alex Nikesch Andrew Ogden attilio guadagno Cecilia Macaulay Christian Shearer Danial Lawton Elias Bajalia Erica Klopf Geoff Lawton Itai Hauben Justin Dolan Marcus Thomson Neal Campbell Paul Taylor Richard Perkins Richard G. Powell Terry Meer Tia Meer Tim O'Hara Tom Kendall Wayne Weiseman Wendi Bellows
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About Dustin [email protected]

Currently managing a farm in Southern Oregon with the primary goal of obtaining genetic material for design. I caught my first ever swarm of Honey Bees on May 4th, 2017 so that has been exciting! Always learning, yet the Bees seem to be teaching me more than I ever thought they would. Keep Growing! :D

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The River Series, Self-Sustaining Gardens.

This was a project done for the St. Johns Riverkeeper Association. A video of what we are doing to protect our Mesic Temperate Hammock.

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