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rob durham
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los osos, ca, United States
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Milkwood Istituto italiano di permacultura Permacultura Aralar Pachamama Forest Garden Klien Karoo Sustainable Dryland Permaculture Project Not Active Long Valley Purple Pear Farm Kendall Permaculture Farm
Briana Lyon Darla Schoenrock Evelyn Bishop francine chanover Ian Martyn Maria Svennbeck Perry Way Rand  Kreun Stephanie Ladwig-Cooper Valeria Andrews
Alexandra Söderberg Brad Hamilton Carly Gillham Chowgene Koay Christer Söderberg Darren J.  Doherty Evelyn Bishop Geoff Lawton Gordon Williams Loren Taylor Luyendyk Mari Korhonen Maria Svennbeck Mark Garrett Melissa Andrews Nate Downey Owen Hablutzel Penny Livingston Stark Richard Perkins Stephanie Ladwig-Cooper William Maloney
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About rob durham

I took my first PDC in 2008 on the Central Coast of California with Larry Santoyo. Followed that up with a Biodynamics short course with Gina Nonini from Marian Farms in Fresno, CA. In 2009, I took a Broadacre Permaculture/Keyline Design course with Darren Doughtery at The Orella Ranch near Santa Barbara, CA. Have been studying on my own about all things permaculture and will continue to for many more years.
One day while running my landscape business, I realized I wasn't anywhere close to being in tune with nature. I knew that somewhere out there were changes I could make to truly and wholely improve the Earth's habitats. I started with a search for chemical alternatives. That continued into gasoline-powered tool alternatives, edible landscaping ideas, use of recycled materials, etc. and kept going until I found permaculture. The discovery of permaculture was it. That was the answer I was searching for. It has changed my life forever.
Currently, I have a design/consult business with a website found at: www.plantSLO.com
Down the line, I aim to farm and produce food naturally, educate those unaware(mainly children although they are probably more aware than I am) and design small farms.


Food Not Lawns

Sheet-Mulched Front Lawn turned into a Native/Edible Garden.

Posted about 13 years ago (1 comments)
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Broadacre Permaculture/ Keyline Design
Type: Earthworks
Verifying teacher: Darren J. Doherty
Other Teachers: kirk g.
Location: Orella Ranch, gaviota, ca.
Date: Nov 2009

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