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 Green Building Council, the American Solar Energy Association, the Northern California Solar Energy Association, and the Eastern Oregon Renewable Energy Association.
He has a BA in psychology and a masters degree in transpersonal psychology and is interested in the social-psychological dimensions of ecovillage living.
Founder of the 611 Ecovillage, an inner city Oakland urban ecovillage, he’s now spearheading the formation of the Laytonville Ecovillage which is hosting a 4 week permaculture and sustainability immersion course this June. Dan has lived on permaculture sites and is excited to fulfill a dream of bringing permaculture into an ecovillage, from the ground up!