TreeYo Permaculture works in teams of ecological educators and designers committed to the regeneration of ecosystem and social systems alike. This confluence of both regenerative enviromental practices and engaging social practices spurs abundance and inclusion. Thus we blend the philosophies and teachings of many ecological movements to be holistic co-creators with the planet.
Trained as both a Permaculture Designer and Fish and Wildlife Manager, Doug has extensive knowledge surrounding landscape planning and food production systems. This regenerative design and implementation work spans the globe ranging in contexts and climates including tropical agro-forestry, Mediterranean organic gardening, and temperate suburban edible landscaping. To facilitate this work he founded TreeYo Permaculture thus building off his other formal training in small business management. Incorporating this knowledge and experience into sustainability educational programming has now become Doug’s main focus as he continues his ecological design and holistic development in various ecosystems.
To learn more about Doug and his past projects CLICK HERE. Doug has a diploma in Permaculture Education through the Permaculture Institute and also is a Diploma mentor.
TreeYo Permaculture works with a large network of people with concurrent visions for
collaboration on varying projects- educational courses and material, project implementation, festival management, and art. WE work off the natural pattern of the network, or dendritic pattern to manifest much more than anyone person can do alone. We build off each others strengths and have varying roles in terms of leadership and co-ordination. Hierarchies form naturally but swing accordingly so leadership can direct the energy appropriately. The direction and vision is fluid but remains dedicated to quality educational programming and in the field work for land regeneration and social and economic revolution.
Karsten Hinrichs: Project implementation and facilitation
Anita Tirone: Art and Educational material
Zack Tabor: Project Implementation
If you would like to join the network let us know please! We are happy to hear from you about collaborative ideas.