• 2012 Rewind for TreeYo, Three Continents

    The morning of January 1st, 2012 we woke up in the remote Northern reaches of Patagonia poised to host an 8 week permaculture course/internship.  Ranquilco was a wild place, way off the beaten track, six hours by horse to the nearest pueblito.  It was a place of harsh dryness in our surroundings yet on the…

  • Dec 2012: Dominican Republic

    Here is the recap of our fabulous course in the humid tropics of the Dominican Republic.  Lots of love to all the participants and the others who made it possible at Taino Farm and Extreme Hotel. Dec 2012: Dominican Republic.  

  • January – February 2013: Natural Building Courses in Nicaragua with Liz Johndrow of Earthen Endeavors

    For all the spontaneous people out there: The year 2013 will start with two amazing Natural Building Courses in Nicaragua! I -Eva Wimmer of TreeYo Permaculture- am very happy to join Liz Johndrow of Earthen Endeavors and the Asociación de Mujeres Constructoras de Condega and “Las Mujeres Solares” for an empowering learning experience in Natural…

  • August 5 – 18: 2-Week PDC at Terra Alta, Almocageme, Portugal

    Our latest course announcement back at Terra Alta, our longest running host site and such a great place to host people for this journey. via August 5 – 18: 2-Week PDC at Terra Alta, Almocageme, Portugal.

  • Permaculture Developments at Taino Farm

    Lifted From: With its unique feel of diversity in so many respect, Taino Farm is poised to be a great spot for our upcoming Permaculture course and its overall mission of sustainable food production.  I, Doug Crouch of TreeYo Permaculture, will be facilitating the first of a series of Permaculture events with Taino Farm and Extreme…

  • Taino Farm Photoblog: Los Brazos, Dominican Republic

    These Pics are from our farm visit on the last day of November 2012.  Was a mix of sun and shade coming off a night of heavy rain.  Exploring the farm and its biodiversity and with the farm manager Viktor was quite the pleasure.  He is a bundle of knowledge and the farm has distinct…

  • Aphros Winery, Braga, Portugal, the far North.

    Vasco Croft’s Winery in the far North not so far from from the ancient forest of Geres.  A working winery now that seeks to have some Permaculture inserted.  Soil biology work, food forests, natural building, and the like.  It’s a long-term project.

  • Castello di Cucanga and Stremitz, Italy

    This Gallery comes from a castle and village restoration project from a students family in the north of Italy near the Slovenian border.  After 30 years of work, half the village has been restored as well as other cultural artifacts.  Plus the castle is getting its finishing touches in the next year.  The project will…