Local Permaculture Consultants (PDC) and Workers

In our area we have quite a few people who have completed the Permaculture Design Certificate Course (PDC) and many practitioners who have experience in permaculture and gardening.  This is a list of those (known) resources who are able to help you design, plan or maintain your own personal urban/suburban sites. 

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Lease Your Lawn Cooperative Farm

How It Came About, Where We Are, & What It Means To You

Author: merlinuhl



What do riding a bike, 100 acre farming and community based industry have in common?


Learn how exercise will produce large volumes of local, organically grown, nutritious food while being an industry model. If you are passionate about low cost solutions that address poor health via poor nutrition, food deserts, and underserved people come be amazed by what is being done and where it is going, with a whole new look at farming as a green bio industry.

Bruce-Ruhl Design will present on LYL CoOp Farm, a decentralized bio-powered urban agribusiness in the city limits on:

Friday, May 1st at 5:30pm

 at WSU Riverpoint campus in the Student Affairs Center room 147.

Lecture title is: Lease Your Lawn Cooperative Farm: How It Came About, Where We Are, & What It Means To You. The lecture is academic in nature intending to be 35-45 minutes with a Q &A session to follow. This event is campus-wide, free, and open to the public.

Visit www.spokanelylcoopfarm.wordpress.com


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Bryan Krueger

Permaculture Landscape Consultant and Designer

Author: Anonym

Bryan is a Permaculture landscape designer with over 10 years experience in Utah, all over Washington state, and even in Nicaragua. Originally from Salt Lake City, his company, Heart of Green Ecological Services, is focused on rehabilitating urban and suburban spaces in Spokane and the Inland Northwest currently, using holistic knowledge of ecology and permaculture-based landscape design to accomplish beautiful and productive natural spaces that require much less labor and resources to maintain than the average "lawnscape".

He also facilitates workshops on topics like "Permaculture: 101", landscape design, transitions to local lifestyles, and beer-making. Bryan dreams of collaborating on building a community farm somewhere in Washington state, where people of all ages, backgrounds, and experiences can come to learn and practice the tools of a new lifestyle on this lovely, green planet.

Contact Bryan at BryanL.Krueger@gmail.com or call 360 731 3767.

See his website at http://sustainablelandscapespokane.com/

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