New York, NYUSA 10027
May 11, 2013
Holistic thinking and design methods result is sustainable and resilient environments, something we are now finding are and are not throughout out developed environments. To apply these principles in a contemporary manner throughout our urban landscapes, will help ensure cities resiliency to population growth, global warming, improved environments for all species, and ultimately - really cool places to be (and not to be).
I am a landscape architect and do consultant work on the side. I have applied permaculture principles to two projects in Costa Rica and Ecuador.
In the future my partner and I may be interested in joining and helping to organize (I am a landscape architect/planner and he an architect)
I prefer those that promote inclusion, education, and the betterment of all, while allowing people to grow as individuals, utilizing their skills and interests.
No, but I am interested in completing a course. I've looked at Yestermorrow, and a few other institutes in the Northeast and Canada. I have a master of Landscape Architecture, in which we can easily apply the principles of permaculture.
Permaculture, plant, self-sufficiency, and health enthusiast is thrilled to have found this group. I am a Landscape Designer and I design rooftop gardens throughout Manhattan, helping to collect rainwater, provide habitats, and green up our city.