I come from the Information & Communication field, mainly web-based. I have built many internet systems and work with Drupal. I once decided to move on with my systemic perspectives and discovered Permaculture through Biomimicry and Transition Towns. Until then, I am always surprised and delighted with the simplicity and complexity Permaculture offers to play with.
I prefer to think carefully for a place and people, and design step by step an accurate roadmap for building a permaculture system. I've been trained by the French UPP, Bernard Alonso and Robyn Francis.
I am currently more specialized in Urban Permaculture (as I live in a capital city), and involved in the Urban Ecology Centre of Brussels. I do facilitate a long-term permaculture course two days a week during the whole year. I worked in Haiti for development project on reforestation, soil building and water conservation.
I've been appointed to a large-scale design recently for the next months in a peri-urban area in Brussels, Belgium.
Now, I am setting up a participative co-operative business model of permaculture designers, where we use the Holacracy operating system to build up our core operations, and work on shared governance.
Finally, I am an active member of the Belgian Permaculture Network and aim to its development and awareness-raising.
|Cours de Design en Permaculture|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Teacher: Pascal Depienne|
|Date: Aug 2010|
|Permaculture Design Course, Heal the Soil, Sesimbra|
|Type: Teacher Training|
|Teacher: Bernard Alonso|
|Date: Nov 2012|
|Social Permaculture Master Class|
|Teacher: Robyn Francis|
|Location: Eco-centre le Bouchot|
|Date: Aug 2012|