TreeYo Permaculture is a group of skilled practitioners performing regenerative landscape development that is both holistic and organic. The holistic approach builds soil, infiltrates water, adds biodiversity, and creates abundant yields. Our forest gardens are rooted in an agroecological approach, from native pollinator plants to exotic fruits.  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 tristate region, we achieve these aims through the following:

We aim to give resilience back to our damaged yet quite capable ecosystems. 



Upcoming Permaculture 2022/ 23 Courses, Projects, and Events:


For registration or more information about our courses, questions about permaculture, or our consultation and design services, please contact Doug through the following form:

TreeYo Permaculture Definition

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.

Principles art as a part of the TreeYo EDU project


3 Comments on “Home

  1. Beautiful!
    That’s my way of thinking and living for allmost three years now.

  2. This is rapidly becoming my favorite Permaculture site. I appreciate your approach, the way you describe/explain. I would like to learn from you and collaborate some day. I have just begun my new life – with new eyes…..(SEEing solutions everywhere…..) an open heart, and HOPE. Thank YOU Permaculture 🙂

    Thank you Doug/ TreeYo for providing such wonderful and rich information. Your site covers so much. I aspire to be like ya’ll.

    Peace and Permaculture ~ Torrie

    • Thanks so much for the great feedback Torrie, I am glad you see it as beneficial. Enjoy as they are released. Ciao

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