I have had a long term interest in our planet and the need for us to tread more lightly in it's environment. My qualifications and experience are centred around education, business management, consulting and community development and aid work.
Some years ago, I began to come across people with an interest in permaculture through on-line blogs and websites that ran with the theme, including permaculturenews.org. It all unfolded as I spent time educating myself by reading, viewing video footage and connecting with others who had similar interests. And of course, practising permaculture at home in an urban setting helped me to see first hand the amazing changes that permaculture brings to the natural world. Ultimately, I completed my PDC at the Permaculture Research Institute with Geoff Lawton in April 2013.
I am establishing a consulting business, Applied Permaculture Design, and doing my best to excite people's interest in permaculture and to help them take their "tread more lightly" steps towards abundance, self-sufficiency and a more satisfying way of life.
|Permaculture Principles & Design|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Verifying teacher: Geoff Lawton|
|Other Teachers: Paul Taylor, eric seider|
|Location: Zaytuna Farm/PRI|
|Date: Apr 2013|
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