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Design Team Formed!

Project: Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos

Posted by Angela Goldsmith over 9 years ago

We have a solid design team working towards the goals that NPH has laid out for themselves.

...and now we are designing.

Anne Phillip is a biologist and former teacher, interested in sustainable systems.  She currently owns a business that grows fish & vegetables together using a method called “aquaponics.” She loves drawing, playing guitar and exploring new places.  She is currently studying the Spanish language.

Jennie London has worked, owned and managed small-scale sustainable farms producing vegetables and livestock for 8 years.  She has a Master’s degree in sustainable agriculture with a focus on seed saving, community-based research and rural development.  She enjoys farming and helping other grow food, systems thinking and community problem solving.  She also speaks Spanish.

Angela Goldsmith is a project developer who has gravitated from the rehabilitation of historic buildings to systems integration design that focuses on permaculture practices and food self-reliance. She enjoys her 3 daughters, playing violin, her permaculture garden designing projects and helping people.

Shelley Zucker is a licensed teacher.  She has a biology and psychology BS degree.  She holds a Masters in science education and fisheries at Oregon State University.   Shelley developed curriculum and taught Spanish, biology, AP biology, environmental science, physical science, and English to native and non-native English speakers at the high school level for over nine years.

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Abby Goldsfarb is a permaculture designer and teacher. She loves cooking and music.

Gabrielle Cooper is a student at Portland State University and is the videographer/campaign fundraiser for this project.

Kay Ray and Scott Parker are advisors in the video production and mapping skills fields.





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Anne Phillip - Garden Manager 2015 season Claudia Dickmann - Garden Manager 2015 season

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