Originally from Italy, I have been living in Thailand for four years.
I value freedom, a simple life, a mindful approach to everything I do and in leaving behind a better place than I found. This is what has led me to permaculture.
I think there are difficult times ahead, and I have decided to see them through in Mae Mut, a small village in Northern Thailand, where the climate supports a wide variety of crops and a food forest will not take long to establish.
I am interested in preserving the agricultural knowledge of the local village and to this end I try to be as integrated as possible with the community.
|Permaculture Design Course|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Teacher: John Champagne|
|Location: Panya Project, Thailand|
|Date: Jul 2011|