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Jesse D. T.


Ann Arbor, MI

Member since:

January 28, 2014


What brings you to the group?

Connecting. Our Ypsilanti group AMPY (abundant michigan permaculture ypsilanti). Networking.

What is your experience with permaculture?

I've gotten a PDC, hosted a PDC and will be teaching PDC's very soon. I've designed my yard, clients yards, and farm sites using permaculture. I'm founder and part of AMPY a local community group based on permaculture. I've attended workshops, hosted workshops, and taught workshops. I helped bring the Michigan Permaculture Convergence to completion with many others. I've ordered and planted thousands of trees.

One aspect of permaculture is how we learn and integrate new skills with our existing ones. Are there any skills/knowledge you could share? What are they?

Design. Mushroom inoculation. Farm Design. Soft and hard wood cuttings. Keyline Design. Community organizing. Holistic Management. Making money from permaculture.


Hello, I'm Jesse D. Tack, son of an oil man. No I'm kidding, son of a GM factory worker and a teacher. I'm a music therapist. I teach guitar. I plant trees. I love permacultre and apply it often.

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