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Brandon Neil
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Joined:
18/03/2011
Last Updated:
18/03/2011
Location:
BOCA RATON, FL, United States
Climate Zone:
Sub-tropical
Gender:
Male





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About Brandon Neil

Brandon graduated from Maharishi University of Management (MUM) in 2011. He completed his degree with a BS in Sustainable Living and a Minor in Health and Physiology. During his degree, he completed:

-1 month PDC w/ Scott Pittman & Doug Crouch (2009)

-6 month Grow Biointensive Internship w/ John Jeavons (2010)

-6 month CSA Program (2008) w/ MUM Faculty.

He also started a backyard Permaculture and Grow Biointensive garden at his home (2007).

Brandon's interest in Permaculture began in his second year of college. He took a one month Grow Biointensive Agriculture and his paradigm instantly shifted. The next thing he knew he was taking whatever he learned right to his own yard. He has been exploring the Permaculture toolbox ever since.

Brandon is currently looking to join forces with other permaculturists and mini farmers. He is looking for land and a team to establish a Permaculture & Grow Biointensive Soil/Test Training Center.

His long term vision is to develop a Permaculture homestead - meets - botanical garden. The idea being that it would demonstrate a wide variety of Permaculture systems:

-Fukuoka No Till
-Grow Biointensive
-Agro/Food Forestry
-Aquaculture
-Natural Building
-Off Grid (no lines in - no lines out)
-Animal husbandry

Every method would be showcased for what it is.

In his exploration of sustainable ag systems, Brandon has seen much judgment cast about different methods without a fair trial. Brandon would rather the evaluation of different methods be research based - what works and what doesn't? Why? Where? How?

It would be great to harmoniously interplant all of the beneficial methods in our minds. In light of the current and future challenges, it is important to grow diversity. Not only in landscapes, but in the methods we use to do so.

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Permaculture & Grow Biointensive Soil Test/Training Center

Are you interested in learning to GROW A COMPLETE DIET for YOU and YOUR SOIL in a closed loop system on an 1/8 acre or less? And teaching others how to do the same?

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My Permaculture Qualifications
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Permaculture Design Course
Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course
Verifying teacher: Doug Crouch
Other Teachers: Scott Pittman
Location: Fairfield, IA
Date: Oct 2009
Other course unverified
6 Month Grow Biointensive Internship
Type: Internship
Teacher: John Jeavons
Location: Mendocino, CA
Date: Apr 2010
Other course unverified
6 Month Abundance EcoVillage CSA
Type: Internship
Teacher: Alex Kachan
Location: Fairfield, IA
Date: Apr 2008
Other course verified
5 Day Grow Biointensive Teacher Training
Type: Teacher Training
Teacher: John Jeavons
Location: Willits, CA
Date: Jul 2010

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