September 17, 2012
Little or none. What I do feel is that I posses a humble, seat of the pants ability to grasp the flow of things. The poetry of nature is most definitely not lost on me.
Any and everything! I am currently growing a small business and looking to embark upon another. Being acutely aware of current social, political, metaphysical, and spiritual goings on I cannot help but see these ventures framed within the love, logic, and sustainability of permaculture.
By trade I have been a landscaper, carpenter, mechanic, chef, and writer. I am very capable of situation analysis and problem solving. I am comfortable outdoors in any climate. I am a beginning mycologist and forager. I have also begun to learn of herbs and enlightened nutrition. I work to evoke a milieu of cooperation, support, and mutual respect and am able to learn and adapt to new situations quickly.
I have always felt a profound appreciation of nature and its systems. Over time I have felt myself, and watched the world-at-large, appear to drift ever further from within these. Permaculture answers my question of,"how do we get back?"