|Thames, New Zealand|
(projects i'm involved in)
I started my way in the enviromental world working as a ranger in the Ein Gedi nature reserve, in the dead sea. later on i studied academic environmental studies in the Arava Institute.
there i met Yotam, my partner today.
after volunteering at a few permaculture projects in Israel, Yotam and I decided to do our PDC in Europe. We did so in France, and that summer we traveled through many farms and communities in Europe.
In the past year we've been consulting farms in Costa Rica, and implemented some of our designs there.
Permaculture has become a main part of our life. In Israel. We have designed our apartment to demonstrate different elements and functions, such as mulch basins' and composting toilets. we started a bioregional co-op. And we taught PDCs.
Now we live in an ecologically regenerated farm in New Zealand,
and between the farm work and our organic market garden buisneuss we are starting to teach residential Permaculture courses again.
Join us for this special course, which covers the The 72 hours PDC certificate plus many hands-on practical skills. 9-20th February 2015, At Pakaraka Farm, Thames-Coromandel, New Zealand. For more details visit www.GrowingwithMotherNature.com
For Palestinians, Israelis and Internationals
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Teacher: Steve Read|
|Location: art farm france|
|Date: Aug 2007|
|Teacher: Brad Lancaster|
|Location: beit oren|
|Date: Jun 2010|
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