These are some of the people who have worked hard for many years to bring Permaculture to the world.
We couldn't include everyone, but each one pictured here has made significant contributions to the field over a long period of time.
“Though the problems of the world are increasingly complex,
the solutions remain embarrassingly simple.” Tangari Hall of Records Podcast Interview of Bill Mollison. FaceBook Page
Permaculture One – a Perennial Agriculture for Human Settlements: by Mollison and Holmgren.
M.A. in Horticultural Preservation
B.A. in Ecological Design and Sustainability
Andrew Millison brings nearly 20 years experience in designing and building permaculture projects to his teaching and wants to share that rich, real-world experience with his students.
See Andrew's Permaculture Design Certificate online course offered through Oregon State Professional and Continuing Education (PACE).
He has been studying, teaching and practicing permaculture since he took his first design course in 1996. He began teaching permaculture design at the college level in 2001 and has been an instructor at Oregon State University in the Horticulture Department since 2009. Andrew currently teaches the Permaculture Design Course and the Advanced Permaculture Design Practicum at OSU on campus and online.
Andrew first learned permaculture design in the drylands of Arizona, where he studied for his undergraduate and master's degrees at Prescott College. His focus was on rainwater harvesting, greywater systems and desert agriculture. He started a permaculture landscape design and build company and also worked in an ecologically-based landscape architecture firm.
In recent years, Andrew's focus has been more on broad scale farm planning, permaculture housing developments and obtaining water rights. In 2015 he founded Permaculture Design International, a collaborative design firm that works on large-scale global projects.
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