|Bristol , United Kingdom|
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My permaculture journey began when I was born into a family living in the lush green hills of Devon in the UK. My family farmed organic meat and veg, and were dedicated to rewilding much of the farmland they owned as well as planting tens of thousands of trees and protecting endangered species that have been devastated by modern farming practices.
I grew up interacting with nature and learning about farming in a sustainable and low-impact way.
I studied Oceanography at university, learning about the climate, the ocean-earth system, and how humans impact the planet.
This lead to my growing passion for permaculture, and living in a way that acknowledges the finely balanced system we humans live in on earth.
I went on to study a Permaculture Design course with Shift Bristol in the UK. Since studying the course I have dedicated my time to volunteering on different permaculture projects around the world, and learning as much as I can.
It is my dream to use permaculture to come up with sustainable solutions to problems we face as humans, now and in the future. I believe integrating permaculture practices into the lives of the masses is key. Rather than simply creating my own permaculture paradise, I want to work towards spreading the word of permaculture to the general population and making the practices accessible to all.