TreeYo Permaculture is a holistic enterprise that educates, installs, and lives Permaculture through its homestead. Our field work builds soil, infiltrates water, adds biodiversity, and creates abundant yields. Our forest gardens are rooted in an agroecological approach, from native pollinator plants to nutritious fruits and vegetables. We sculpt the earth as artisan producers or regenerative landscapers. We help you grow gardens and feel more empowered with an increase in production and knowledge. Furthermore, we educate along the way to serve our customers and strengthen the local foods movement. Now rooted in the Ohio River Valley of the Cincinnati, OH tristate region, we achieve these aims through a diverse approach seen below.
For registration or more information about our courses, questions about permaculture, or our consultation and design services, please contact Doug through the following form:
Below are some pictures from our install work, the homestead and nursery at Treasure Lake, and the courses.
Our homestead/ headquarters is located in Northern Kentucky in the greater Cincinnati, Ohio region. It’s on 60 acres of land and features integrated systems of animals, orchards, managed forest, compost, nursery, and community. It’s an educational center that has both a classroom to learn in and a plethora of field opportunities to experience. It’s a place for learning for ourselves as well, trialing different cultivars of trees, trying new strategies and techniques for implementation. From here we radiate out into the Ohio River Valley and repair ecosystems with our organic plants, microbe rich compost, and well-trained crew. We enjoy talking to customers, leading tours of our homestead, and sharing knowledge to make your garden grow better.
Educating others about just how spectacular natural systems are is such a joy. Biodiversity is a complex web, a pattern of abundance, and we hope to unlock the simple and effective steps needed to rebuild ecosystems through our educational activities.
Want to grow food but don’t know where to start? Have started but need more technical assistance on increasing yields? Thinking of expanding existing operations and need skilled laborers to help?
Whether it’s putting up fence, design layout, installing a food forest, or one on one training, we can help you get where you want to go. With nearly two decades of Permaculture experience from our founder, Doug Crouch, we can support your mission with our work.
Permaculture is the harmonious integration of all life kingdoms into agriculturally productive ecosystems and socially just environments producing sound economic outcomes through systems management. It is a regenerative design intention reflecting patterns in nature that seeks to build interconnections allowing for energy efficiency and abundance of yield.
Our Goal is simple; environmental literacy forging positive environmental interaction along with community development. Permaculture Courses 2023 We continue our relationship with Cincinnati Permaculture Institute who facilitates much of the permaculture education here in the Cincinnati tri-state with their non-profit. Doug Crouch then plays…
To consult, design, and implement holistic landscapes that focus on food production, resilient landscapes, and abundant yields is our mission. We address issues such as water runoff, low biodiversity, or poor soil fertility. We turn these problems into solutions on farms, suburban landscapes, and urban gardens….
TreeYo EDU: Click Here With its inception in 2010, our sister website has been long providing high quality permaculture reading. We are progressing more and more with our educational website, 130+ articles, and are expanding into more educational outlets constantly including our Paw Paw…
Mission: The creation of an integrated Permaculture growing space that facilitates a multitude of yields over time leveraging our splendid sandy loam soil and past developments. Honestly, I don’t know what to call it because it’s so many things; A Permaculture Garden, Food Forest,…
Here at the Farm at Treasure Lake, the TreeYo Permaculture headquarters stationed in Northern Kentucky, lots is going on despite it being winter. First, what is not going on this year is maple syrup tapping, which usually happens right around this time. I still…
We open our nursery doors to bring you native edibles, pollinator plants, and beautiful specimens. Native Plant Sale at Treasure Lake | Facebook