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Archive | December, 2012

Teaching Apprenticeship with Patrick Whitefield

During the summer, In the summer of 2011, I was fortunate to join Patrick Whitefield’s, five day permaculture design course as an apprentice teacher. Here are my reflections and observations on the training opportunity. – Kevin At the end of each day, I spent time quizzing him on the various aspects and  nuances of teaching. […]

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First Meetup of the RegenAG Learning Group

For me, food security is now an imperative.  The majority of agricultural practises today are responsible for  the loss of soil, fertility and biodiversity in our rural landscapes.  To farm the land so that we may create abundance, resilience and diversity, we need to manage landscapes differently. Holistic thinking and regenerative technologies are already a […]

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My Experience of Permaculture in Guatemala

In 2010, I spent four weeks in San Lucas Tolimán, Lake Atitlan working on the Ijtaz community project. I wanted to experience the regenerative capacity of permaculture. Here’s an article I wrote for Geoff Lawton’s global permaculture website. – Kevin The Ijatz cooperative is possibly the best demonstration of the transformative power of permaculture in […]

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