Saint George, UTUSA
Hometown: St. George
March 6, 2014
Meeting farming communities in Australia, and later on in Denmark. Permaculture appeals to me as the way we should be thinking about sustenance.
I haven't taken a course yet.
I currently live a somewhat transient lifestyle, gathering knowledge and connections to later build my home and land. I try to spread ideas, and reuse materials, and try to live with little waste.
Recently read One Straw Revolution, something I believe all permaculturists should read. And of course original text from Bill Mollison.
Food, community-building, connectedness. Of course land use, but I don't think the other problems will be fixed until we relearn how to live with our land and live with ourselves.
I've been learning about agricultural systems for a while, stemming from my interest and background in ecological biology. Interesting in seeing permaculture reshape our urban experience.