|Campos, PM, Spain|
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Degree in Geography, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Natural Hazard Risks Prevention studies in Italy and France, Institut de Geographie Alpine, Grenoble. I worked and guided different projects around sub-boreal forest and waterweb - Norway and Sweden.
I'd took notice of Permaculture after living with Camilo Rodrigez who sparked me in this long journey 20 years ago. Years later i found Bill and Geoff through their books and DVDs. Then Brad Lancaster, Mark Shepard, Ernest Göstch, a long follow up..
From 9 years old I’ve been traveling, exploring across Europe, through out Asia till New Zealand. In 2010 i settled down in the heart-south-flatland of Mallorca, in the Balearic Islands. I found inspired to start my journey Arid mediterranean climate. Conditions are harsh, strong dry winds, no rain for seven to nine months and overexploited and storm washed on deforested soils. Since 2012 created/lived a family permaculture homesteading. From 2015 started designing and working professionally as a regenerative landscaper and mediterranean food forester in Mallorca island and beyond. Worked as a restorative designer & consultant for Ecosystem Restoration Camps in Murcia, and be part of Mediterranean Analog Agroforestry Group collaborating with Fundación Biodiversidad and Fundación Internacional de Restauración de Ecosistemas.
|Certificado en diseño de Permacultura|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Verifying teacher: Julio Cantos|
|Other Teachers: Mandy Merklein, Aline Van Moerbeke|
|Date: Jun 2017|
|Syntropic Agroforestry for Drylands|
|Teacher: Ernest Göstch|
|Location: Granada- Spain La Loma Viva Permaculture School|
|Date: Oct 2019|