Introducing a new webinar series hosted by the Permaculture Association of the Northeast (PAN). We will host a series of webinars designed to answer the question from our members, “What can we do now that we’ve finished our Permaculture Design Certification (PDC) course?” We will examine a number of permaculture career pathways local to the Northeast and all across the world. Our second topic of discussion highlights permaculture-based design-build firms as a path to a right livelihood.
Thursday, 4/26/18 4-5 pm USA Eastern Time – Live and will be Recorded
Designing and Building A Design/Build Permaculture Business
Permaculture is a design process, which we can use to design a garden, a landscape or a business. Learn how successful design/build business owners are using their permaculture expertise to generate an income. Find out what they wish they had known when they started and how their businesses have changed over time. Hosts Jesse Labbe-Watson, PAN’s Facilitating Director, and Patty Love, Board Coordinator will interview Mainer, Jennifer Cummings of Full Circle Landscaping and Teddy Mattson, Seed of Life.
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We’re delighted to welcome these practitioners:
Jennifer Cummings started Full Circle Landscaping in 2004 after 20 years of co-owning another landscaping company in southern Maine where she honed her skills and determined just what it is that she likes to do best. Degrees and certificates in Interior design, Veterinary Science, Plant and Soil, Pruning, and an Advanced Certificate in Permaculture design, all contribute to her approach to clients’ specific needs.
Teddy Mattson, Seed of Life Sustainable Land Care owner, is a permaculture designer and landscaper of 3.5 years from midcoast Maine, currently living and working in western North Carolina. Focusing on primarily small scale residential design, installation and maintenance of edible landscapes, from veggie gardens to food forests, utilizing onsite, local, salvaged, repurposed and native materials and plants. Also involved in neighborhood scale market gardening and compost collection program.
PAN would like to thank Midcoast Permaculture Design‘s and Barefoot Edible Landscape & Permaculture‘s co-sponsorship of this webinar. If you’d like more information on sponsoring a webinar, let us know.