|Asheville, North Carolina, United States|
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Zev Friedman is a leading permaculture designer, researcher, teacher and writer in western North Carolina, United States.
Check out www.livingsystemsdesign.net for more details on his projects and teaching events.
Zev grew up in Sylva, NC and received his B.S. in Human Ecology from UNCA. Zev’s specialty is forest agriculture; he now runs the Forest Cuisine Project, which helps land owners to start forest farms and to market their products. He is particularly passionate about assisting landowners in setting up mushroom farming operations and in using fungi as remediators for damaged environments. Zev also specializes in urban permaculture design and installation, including many private residences, as well as consulting on the design of the Mars Hill town hall and grounds; he is an active member and teacher in Transition Asheville, helping to plan for Asheville’s future as an abundant, self-reliant city in the age of petroleum decline.
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Teacher: Chuck Marsh and Patricia Allison|
|Location: United States|
|Date: Jan 2007|
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