OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Peer to Peer Collaborative Directory

The idea for the Pacific Northwest Peer to Peer Collaborative Directory was conceived during the North American Temperate Agroforestry Conference in June 2019. We realized that our members come from a variety of backgrounds including: researchers, educators, extension agents, public servants, nursery and seed stock providers, land owners/renters, and enthusiasts.

The Directory is for our members to facilitate an environment in which people with common interests can directly link with one another to share experiences with agroforestry systems.

Update (October 25, 2019): We are including an informal grant writing peer review process in our collaborative directory. As of October 25, 2019, we have added the question "Are you willing to review grant proposals for agroforestry projects initiated by other members of the working group?" This update enables bottom-up collaboration among our members to apply for SARE, EQIP, and other grants. If you have already participated in the survey and would like to be listed as a grant reviewer please email Patrick Shults.

If you would like to be a part of the directory please fill out this survey

Email Patrick Shults (patrick.shults@wsu.edu), Washington State University Extension Forester with any questions

Name Email Will Review Grants?
Jordan Anderson Cascadehabitats [at] gmail.com Yes
Identity
Government Agency (ex: USDA), Landowner
Identity (Other)
Land Management Consulting
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Contour Farming, Fire Risk Mitigation, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Oak Savannah Restoration, Riparian Buffer, Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Water Catchment
Bio
I am a small businessman owner looking to collaborate with individuals interested in habitat restoration and permaculture. I have 5 years of experience in native plant restoration including installation, maintenance, planning and crew management. In addition I have a background in freshwater ecology including hydrologic and Salmond data collection.
Marisha Auerbach marisha.permaculturerising [at] gmail.com Yes
Identity
Educator, Enthusiast, Land Renter, Seed Stock Provider, University Academic
Identity (Other)
Nursery person. I also make medicine from non-timber forest products.
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Apiculture, Conservation/Biodiversity, Contour Farming, Erosion Prevention, Essential Oil Production, Fire Risk Mitigation, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Mushroom Farming, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Oak Savannah Restoration, Pasture Management, Riparian Buffer, Seed Stock Production (Nursery), Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Stone Fruit Production, Timber Production (Doug-fir, Oak, Ponderosa), Water Catchment, Wildflower Sales
Interest/Expertise (Other)
permaculture
Bio
As a local and international permaculture teacher, I am interested in many facets of agroforestry in the United States and around the world. I am excited by practices that incorporate multiple species and yields throughout the year. I am based in Portland, Oregon. I also work with a 150 acre forestry farm in the Chehalis River Valley in Washington. I have been involved in projects in Belize, Haiti, Vietnam, and more.
Dr. Badege Bishaw badege.bishaw [at] oregonstate.edu Yes
Identity
Educator, University Academic
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Riparian Buffer
Bio
Dr. Bishaw teaches Agroforestry, International Forestry, and Sustainable Natural Resources at Oregon State University. He advice and mentor MS and Ph.D. students conduct their thesis and dissertation research in Oregon, the nation and the globe. He also advises Master of Natural Resources (MNR) degree students online. He advises and mentor Sustainable Natural Resources, and Forests, and Climate Change graduate certificate students online. Currently, he is the Director for the Sustainable Natural Resources and the Forests and Climate Change Graduate Certificates at OSU.
Carrie Brausieck cbrausieck [at] snohomishcd.org Yes
Identity
Identity (Other)
Conservation District
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Contour Farming, Essential Oil Production, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Mushroom Farming, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Pasture Management, Riparian Buffer, Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Stone Fruit Production, Water Catchment
Interest/Expertise (Other)
Forest farming
Bio
A Natural Resource Planner for the Snohomish Conservation District, I work with Snohomish County’s diverse agricultural community on a wide variety of issues to include agroforestry, regenerative agriculture, permaculture, working buffers, and carbon farming. I hold a Bachelors of environmental management, a Masters of environmental policy, and a graduate certification in agroforestry. I have been developing an agroforestry program for SCD in coordination with an Agriculture Resilience Plan and am working on developing a carbon farming program including agroforestry practices for carbon sequestration.
Sonja Brodt sbbrodt [at] ucdavis.edu Yes
Identity
Educator, University Academic
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Intercropping or Alley Cropping
Interest/Expertise (Other)
agricultural adaptation to climate change; agricultural mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions and life cycle assessment; soil health; motivations, incentives, and barriers to adoption of sustainable farming practices, elderberry
Bio
I work with the University of California Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program, which conducts applied research and outreach to farmers and other agriculture-related stakeholders, in collaboration with Cooperative Extension personnel throughout the state. Sonja Brodt coordinates the Agriculture, Resources, and the Environment theme for the University of California Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program, based on the University of California, Davis campus. Sonja's goal is to increase the environmental sustainability of California agriculture while also addressing economic needs and environmental justice issues. She accomplishes this through applied research and outreach that integrates agroecology and social science perspectives, with particular skills in systems analysis (qualitative and quantitative), science communication to non-scientific audiences, survey and qualitative social research techniques, assessment of local knowledge, and stakeholder engagement techniques. She also brings knowledge of soil science, nitrogen cycles, tree crops, agroforestry systems, and dynamics of greenhouse gas emissions in temperate cropping systems.
Tara Brown tarabrown [at] gmail.com Yes
Identity
Educator, University Academic
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Fire Risk Mitigation, Mushroom Farming, Seed Stock Production, Timber Production
Bio
I'm interested in cross-border community forestry in general. How can we better collaborate in the PNW and share resources.
Dr. Sonia Bruck dr.sbruck [at] outlook.com Yes
Identity
Educator, University Academic
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Silvopasture
Interest/Expertise (Other)
Food Security
Bio
I have studied adoption of agorofrestry systems in rural Tanzania, as well as silvopasture finance in North Carolina and Oregon. I'm interested in profitable agroforestry systems that mitigate climate change and enhance food security.
Mrs. Alicia Christiansen alicia.christiansen [at] oregonstate.edu Yes
Identity
Extension Agent, Landowner
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Essential Oil Production, Fire Risk Mitigation, Mushroom Farming, Oak Savannah Restoration, Timber Production (Doug-fir, Oak, Ponderosa)
Interest/Expertise (Other)
Non-timber forest products
Bio
Eric Cinowalt tree4yew [at] gmail.com No
Identity
Landowner
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Oak Savannah Restoration, Pasture Management, Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Timber Production
Bio
Forestry tech and permaculture farmer/landowner. Looking to collaborate with graziers, animal husbandry people, agroforestry enthusiasts, environmental policymakers, landowners, etc.
Dr. Tamara Cushing tamara.cushing [at] oregonstate.edu Yes
Identity
Educator, Extension Agent
Identity (Other)
Assistant Professor
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Timber Production (Doug-fir, Oak, Ponderosa)
Bio
I'm a forest economist interested in opportunities to help landowners improve their financial situation. I am a forester trained in southern pines but have a few years under my belt in PNW forestry.
Mr. Scott Duggan scott.duggan [at] oregonstate.edu Yes
Identity
Extension Agent
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Pasture Management, Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Stone Fruit Production
Bio
Livestock is my focus and I am interested in integrating living windbreaks/hedgerows and perhaps fruit or nut trees into pasture land.
Brenda Dureault brenda [at] curlyfrogfarm.com Yes
Identity
Enthusiast, Landowner, Seed Stock Provider
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Seed Stock Production (Nursery), Timber Production (Doug-fir, Oak, Ponderosa), Water Catchment
Interest/Expertise (Other)
pawpaw, berry and willow production
Bio
My interests are nut/timber production (black walnut, english walnut and yellowhorn) inter-planted with black raspberries, pawpaws, mulberries and christmas trees all grown/adapting to increased flooded conditions. I am researching/exploring small scale processing equipment and marketing channels.
Ms. Sarah Edwardsson sedwardsson [at] sbcglobal.net Yes
Identity
Landowner
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Erosion Prevention, Fire Risk Mitigation, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Oak Savannah Restoration, Pasture Management, Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Water Catchment
Bio
My husband Ken and I own land north of Corvallis, Oregon. Some of it is post-harvest, non-commercial pasture. The rest is mature Douglas fir/oak forest and we are doing oak woodland and savanna restoration on it. We are using periodic grazing as a grass and vegetation management tool. We are interested in learning about academic research into silvopasture, as well as best practices from others with practical experience. Our goal is plant and wildlife diversity, community enjoyment, and putting the land to productive use.
Mr. Sam Freedman freed.sam [at] oregonstate.edu Yes
Identity
Enthusiast, University Academic
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Apiculture, Conservation/Biodiversity, Contour Farming, Erosion Prevention, Fire Risk Mitigation, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Oak Savannah Restoration, Pasture Management, Riparian Buffer, Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Stone Fruit Production, Timber Production (Doug-fir, Oak, Ponderosa), Water Catchment
Bio
I'm entering forestry school at OSU in the fall (MF) to study wildland management for biodiversity and habitat optimization. However, I've worked in (mostly annual) agriculture for the past 5 years and considering writing my thesis on silvopasture/intercropping if the cookie crumbles that way. I'm an avid enthusiast of carbon farming, regenerative ag, and integrating animals into perennial systems.
Mr. Michael Gandy ewhac [at] msn.com Yes
Identity
Landowner
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Essential Oil Production, Fire Risk Mitigation, Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Mushroom Farming, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Pasture Management, Riparian Buffer, Seed Stock Production (Nursery), Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Timber Production (Doug-fir, Oak, Ponderosa), Water Catchment
Bio
Part of an emerging bioregional group designing and applying Permaculture and other proven methods to enhance hydrologic/soil/forest/pasture/food production and stewardship. Apply System Dynamic (stock and flow) analysis from watershed to specific site levels for dynamic evolution of interventions. Sequester GHGs and mitigate Climate Hotting fueled Fire, Drought and Flood risks. Make the model replicable, scalable and cooperative. Address core drivers of productive and environmental degradation via reality-driven modification of political-economic-regulatory impediments to rural rejuvenation via natural and productive capital gains. Thus, our motto: Food Not Fire.
Dr. Linda Hardison hardisol [at] oregonstate.edu Yes
Identity
University Academic
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity
Bio
As director of OregonFlora (http://oregonflora.org), I am interested in the vascular plant diversity of Oregon. Through our Flora and digital tools we gather, curate and share descriptive and distribution data of Oregon taxa. Other OregonFlora initiatives include promoting the best use of native species in gardens, landscapes and agricultural settings; and restoring native biodiversity to working agricultural lands.
Mr. Abel Kloster abelkloster [at] gmail.com No
Identity
Educator, Enthusiast, Landowner
Identity (Other)
Land use consultant, installation contractor
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Erosion Prevention, Fire Risk Mitigation, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Mushroom Farming, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Oak Savannah Restoration, Pasture Management, Riparian Buffer, Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Stone Fruit Production, Timber Production (Doug-fir, Oak, Ponderosa), Water Catchment
Interest/Expertise (Other)
permaculture
Bio
Abel lives with his family on a small farm in the southern WIllamette Valley.. His company Resilience Permaculture Design plans and installs farm and forest projects throughout the Northwest with special emphasis on whole system planning, water harvesting, timber management, agroforestry, and ecological restoration. Areas of special interest include restoration of oak savannas, wetlands, and other rare habitats on working lands, silvopasture systems, food forestry, watershed restoration, and climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Mr. Brye Lefler brian.lefler [at] usda.gov Yes
Identity
Government Agency (ex: USDA)
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Mushroom Farming, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Water Catchment
Bio
Brye Lefler - Ethnobiology; Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Food Sovereignty, and First Foods collaborations with Tribes; Community Food Forests/Edible Forest Gardens; Non-timber Forest Products/Foraging. Seeking a community of practice for applied research and community-based projects.
Dr. Zoltan Lelkes Penzrolnoknek [at] gmail.com No
Identity
Enthusiast, Landowner
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Erosion Prevention, Mushroom Farming, Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Water Catchment
Bio
I have 18 acres and I am planting forest. The oaks are contaminated by truffles. I finished the permaculture designer course last year. Now I am searching possibilities for having a nice farm with biodiversity and income. Ensuring regenerative economic for my family.
Kate MacFarland Katherine.macfarland [at] usda.gov Yes
Identity
Government Agency (ex: USDA)
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Bio
Coordinate on regional workshops or training, connect with USDA agroforestry efforts, share resources and ideas from other regions.
Kristoffer Meunier meunierkr [at] gmail.com Yes
Identity
Enthusiast, Land Renter
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Apiculture, Conservation/Biodiversity, Contour Farming, Erosion Prevention, Essential Oil Production, Fire Risk Mitigation, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Mushroom Farming, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Oak Savannah Restoration, Pasture Management, Riparian Buffer, Seed Stock Production (Nursery), Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Stone Fruit Production, Timber Production (Doug-fir, Oak, Ponderosa), Water Catchment, Wildflower Sales
Bio
Short and Sweet. Formally educated in Plant Biology from Michigan State University. Have working experience on farms of different sorts, restoration projects, and permaculture design. I am looking to collaborate with like minded people to expand knowledge relating to agroforestry and permaculture. I am located just outside of Sandy Oregon.
Kristoffer Meunier Meunierkr [at] Gmail.com Yes
Identity
Land Renter, Enthusiast
Identity (Other)
I am looking to build a career around agroforestry and permaculture, and am interested in design, research, implementation, and education.
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Stone Fruit Production, Pasture Management, Fire Risk Mitigation, Conservation/Biodiversity, Erosion Prevention, Apiculture, Essential Oil Production, Mushroom Farming, Wildflower Sales, Seed Stock Production (Nursery), Oak Savannah Restoration, Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Contour Farming, Water Catchment, Riparian Buffer, Hedge Rows or Live Fences
Bio
Andy Perleberg Andyp [at] wsu.edu Yes
Identity
Extension Agent
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Erosion Prevention, Fire Risk Mitigation, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Mushroom Farming, Oak Savannah Restoration, Riparian Buffer, Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Timber Production (Doug-fir, Oak, Ponderosa)
Bio
I am interested in temperate and tropical agroforestry. Particularly, timber crops with tree fruit or livestock co-management. Also, using livestock to control competing vegetation and to reduce fuels, ladder and biomass. Also, interested Wildlife use of agroforestry systems.
Mr. Leland (Lee) Peterman PetermanLM [at] gmail.com Yes
Identity
Landowner
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Apiculture, Conservation/Biodiversity, Erosion Prevention, Fire Risk Mitigation, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Oak Savannah Restoration, Timber Production (Doug-fir, Oak, Ponderosa), Water Catchment
Interest/Expertise (Other)
Wet prairie restoration along with White Oak restoration.
Bio
Current President of the South Santiam Watershed Council. Current President Linn County Chapter of Oregon Small Woodlands Association. Landowner in Linn County -- 80 acres currently undergoing White Oak and Wet Prairie restoration as well as forest resilience thinning and habitat restoration for native flora and fauna. Light touch on land management; all work done by hand -- only battery power tools no gasoline/diesel equipment.
Ms. Avery Pheil pheil.avery [at] gmail.com No
Identity
Enthusiast, Extension Agent
Identity (Other)
Farmworker
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Apiculture, Conservation/Biodiversity, Contour Farming, Erosion Prevention, Fire Risk Mitigation, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Oak Savannah Restoration, Pasture Management, Riparian Buffer, Seed Stock Production (Nursery), Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Stone Fruit Production, Timber Production (Doug-fir, Oak, Ponderosa), Water Catchment
Bio
I have worked on diversified vegetable and fruit farms in Oregon, New Zealand, and Wisconsin. I currently work as a technician with OSU Extension in the Willamette Valley and am considering graduate school or starting my own farm. I would love to collaborate on anything related to nursery production, orchards, silvopasture, and dry farming.
Mrs. Ellie Poujade-Scott epoujade [at] gmail.com No
Identity
Enthusiast, Landowner
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Apiculture, Conservation/Biodiversity, Contour Farming, Fire Risk Mitigation, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Mushroom Farming, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Stone Fruit Production
Bio
Looking into the creation of an agro-forest on my land in order to support my family while also being mindful of oregon native plants.
Ms. Anna Ramthun Annaliese.Ramthun [at] grandronde.org No
Identity
Government Agency (ex: USDA)
Identity (Other)
Tribal Land Manager
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Erosion Prevention, Fire Risk Mitigation, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Oak Savannah Restoration, Riparian Buffer, Seed Stock Production, Water Catchment
Bio
I am a Natural Resources Specialist with the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde. My background is primarily in prairie habitat restoration and fire ecology, although I have also worked in organic agriculture. My interests within this group primarily involve working traditional first food species into forest and prairie restoration projects and to increase the accessibility of culturally significant food and fiber species.
Donna Schmitz dschmitz [at] comcast.net Yes
Identity
Government Agency (ex: USDA), Landowner
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Erosion Prevention, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Oak Savannah Restoration, Pasture Management, Riparian Buffer, Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens)
Bio
I provide technical assistance to landowners who seek to improve wildlife habitat on their property while farming or grazing. I specialize in riparian restoration through the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program and can assist in finding funding by accessing grants. I also work with landowners to improve pasture management, cover crops, hedgerows and pollinator native plants. The Benton Soil and Water Conservation District has a native plant sale every year to bring low cost plants to local residents.
Mr. Patrick Shults patrick.shults [at] wsu.edu No
Identity
Educator, Extension Agent
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Fire Risk Mitigation, Intercropping or Alley Cropping, Mushroom Farming, Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Timber Production (Doug-fir, Oak, Ponderosa)
Bio
My primary background is forestry. I received a B.S. and M.S. in Forestry from Michigan State University. However, my graduate thesis research focused on nitrogen relationships between forage crops and trees. Currently I serve as an Extension Forester for Washington State University covering SW Washington. I primarily work to educate and assist small forest landowners in managing their forests but also work with landowners interested in agroforestry practices. Going forward, I intend to focus on working with landowners and regional partners to establish demonstration and research sites, primarily focusing on silvopasture and forest farming, which could then be leveraged for greater funding and outreach opportunities in western Washington and the PNW region.
Mr. Ian Silvernail ian.silvernail [at] usda.gov No
Identity
Enthusiast, Government Agency (ex: USDA), Landowner
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Conservation/Biodiversity, Fire Risk Mitigation, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Mushroom Farming, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Oak Savannah Restoration, Pasture Management, Riparian Buffer, Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Timber Production
Bio
I work as an Agronomist/Soil Conservationist at the National Resources Conservation Service Plant Materials Center in Corvallis, OR. My role is to coordinate studies at our research farm and on other lands that help us to, very broadly, use plants to solve conservation challenges. I am keenly interested in agroforestry, and in particular silvopasture. Outside of my day job, we operate a pasture and silvo-pasture based livestock farm with a focus on goats and pigs. I also have about 15 years experience in ecological restoration in the Willamette Valley and on the Oregon Coast, with an emphasis on oak and prairie ecosystems. I am very interested in helping to develop forages and management systems for use in silvopasture systems, especially in Douglas-fir dominated stands. At the Plant Materials Center, we have the ability to engage in projects to develop forages for use in these systems through selection and seed amplification, trial and make species and seeding rate recommendations, and work with silvopasture practitioners to do field monitoring of their management so that we can capture that story and communicate it to the broader audience interested in this topic
Mr. Bob Stewart Agrofor [at] msn.com No
Identity
Landowner
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Bamboo, Berry, Floral Material, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Stone Fruit Production, Timber Production
Bio
25 years of forest farming including hardy kiwi berry, persimmon, timber bamboo, Coast redwood, specialty pear and apples, comfrey, Jerusalem artichoke, paw paw, (most recently thornless blackberry, honey berry, winter berry), various specialty willows and dogwoods for floral markets). Would enjoy discussing/collaborating on these varieties and possibly others. 50 years as a tree farmer. Retired veterinarian in SW Washington.
Dr. Chong Kee Tan Tanchongkee [at] gmail.com Yes
Identity
Landowner
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Apiculture, Conservation/Biodiversity, Contour Farming, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Mushroom Farming, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Riparian Buffer, Seed Stock Production (Nursery), Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Stone Fruit Production, Water Catchment
Interest/Expertise (Other)
Living machine
Bio
I'm interested in figuring out how many people can live self-sufficiently on an acre of land through a combination of lifestyle changes and traditional/modern agroforestry/permaculture practices. This is the first step towards figuring out what a regenerative post-carbon and post-predatory-capitalism human future could look like. Currently in the process of establishing an ecovillage on my 16+ acres farm with this purpose in mind. Would love to collaborate with anyone who has expertise in designing living systems, social systems, and becoming a member of such an ecovillage.
Ms. Dana Utroske educateregenerate [at] gmail.com No
Identity
Business Owner, Educator, Land Renter
Identity (Other)
Regenerative Education business
Areas of Interest or Expertise
Apiculture, Carbon Farming, Conservation/Biodiversity, Hedge Rows or Live Fences, Medicinal/Herb Production, Mushroom Farming, Nut Production (Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Walnuts), Other Food Production, Seed Stock Production, Silvopasture (Cows, Goats, Chickens), Soil Care, Stone Fruit Production, Water Catchment, Wildflower Sales
Bio
Professional Sustainability Educator and Regenerative Design Consultant. Permaculture certified and on-going training. Passionate about creating healthy agroforestry systems in urban/suburban areas to improve biodiversity, availability of fresh food, and brig together community. Would be excited to collaborate with anyone with a community or education focus