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Juliana Birnbaum, on Vimeo

Juliana will present information from her book “Sustainable Revolution: Permaculture in Ecovillages, Urban Farms, and Communities Worldwide” Having had the opportunity to visit numerous permaculture sites and ecovillages worldwide, Juliana enjoys sharing inspiring examples of sustainable solutions across climates and cultures. Trained as a cultural anthropologist and skilled in four languages, Juliana has lived and…(Read More)

Sasha Rabin, Natural Builder

Sasha Rabin NATURAL BUILDING DIRECTOR at Quail Springs Permaculture Sasha first came to Quail Springs on a cold snowy night in early 2008 to visit friends who had recently started calling the place home, and the warmth of the people there brought her back. She is passionate about creating a beautiful life, including the structures…(Read More)

Dan Antonioli, Laytonville Ecovilliage

Dan Antonioli is an ecovillager with an extensive background in green building and ecological design. He has over twenty years of experience in general construction and fifteen years in alternative construction and green building. He’s a licensed general contractor, a registered green builder with Build It Green, and has memberships with the United States…(Read More)

Cliff Paulin with basket of oak acorns

Cliff Paulin loves to teach how humans can work together to build regenerative intentional communities. He holds a BS in Environment Science from the University of Arizona, a JD and a Masters of Study in Environmental Law from Vermont Law School, is a member of the California State Bar, and has worked in legal, mediation…(Read More)

Alexa Bernard

Alexa Bernard is working to help create venues for the emerging culture. The “Bio-Cultural Corridor”. Her interests and talents in culture design are focused on mid-scale strategies that go beyond linear process paradigm modification. During this course we will explore conceptual frameworks and develop collaborative design processes towards creating a new foundation for…(Read More)

Bio-char charcoal chunks in barrel

When you take pieces of trees and bake them in earthen ovens and burn in barrel kilns, you create blackened, charred pieces of wood which are excellent for cooking, heating, making biochar and health beneficial charcoal for humans and animals. The idea is to use heat to drive out the moisture and gasses and leave…(Read More)

John Erik with mallet

In addition to being a Permaculture Designer/educator and Natural Building and Aquaponics enthusiast, John EriK is a seasoned web and computer professional, online marketing strategist, writer and certified bodywork therapist. He co-founded the Mount Shasta Time Bank and created and organized the “Delaware County Permaculture and Food Security” group for those…(Read More)