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Kelda Lorax
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Parkland, WA, United States
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Cool Temperate
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Kelda Lorax

Kelda Lorax

Fairland, US


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Church/Community/Food Bank Garden My Urban Home Gardening
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About Kelda Lorax

I've been practicing permaculture techniques since high school and really started honing my skills by a 2-year internship at the Bullocks Permaculture Homestead 2002-2004. Fascination about urban sustainability took me to Seattle and guided me to lead the web/modern creation of the Seattle Permaculture Guild, until I left the city years later. As people knew me as organizer for the Guild, and liked my 'start from basics/visual/hands-on' approach to Permaculture, I was asked to co-teach more and more classes. At the writing of this I've co-taught a handful of PDCs and lead the team for Tacoma PDCs.

I grew up in the suburbs learning zero about sustainability, but knowing its the most important thing I want to learn. I'm passionate about bringing permaculture to people who've always hoped something like this may be possible. I've also helped out after Hurricane Katrina and the Haitian earthquake, and think its a no-brainer to employ more permaculture techniques in disaster-stricken areas.

Presently, I live with my partner Nick and our baby Gela, with a handful of others in a shared house in Parkland. We've turned the house into a lively eco-community with many permaculture techniques in action. As a new mom I'm hoping to expand permaculture in the neighborhood and set up economic systems like I've done in the past that will help the gardens make money as a yield. (A new twist to the stay-at-home concept). We strongly advocate with our voices (and dollars) to make our region of town more socially just and self-reliant. My business website for consultation/designs/education is here: http://divinearthgp.com


Food Forest Workshop at Wild Thyme Farm

Spend a weekend at a dynamic permaculture site learning the tricks of the trade!

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My Permaculture Qualifications
Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course
Teacher: The Bullocks
Location: Orcas Island
Date: Jul 2002
Other course unverified
Permaculture Teacher Training
Type: Teacher Training
Verifying teacher: Jude Hobbs
Other Teachers: Tom Ward
Location: Aprovecho
Date: May 2007
Other course unverified
Advanced Teacher Training in Youth and Child Permaculture Education
Type: Teacher Training
Verifying teacher: Kelly Brown
Other Teachers: Matt Bibeau, Patty Parks-Wasserman
Location: Portland, OR
Date: Jun 2013
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