Having traveled the world from 2005-2017 with Permaculture, I have now moved back to my hometown region and begun to put more roots down there again. I still move around the region a lot doing consulting and teaching but my mainstay is the top project below. It will eventually develop into an educational center of its own and I am also happy to work collaboratively with many other. See the list below for the projects and some of the facets of them:
- Crouch’s Treasure Lake- Petersburg, Kentucky, USA: Aquaculture, forestry, fish and wildlife management, small business
- Parkwalk Permaculture: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA: edible Landscaping, earthworks, and water harvesting
- Cincinnati Permaculture Guild: Tri-state region around Cincinnati, Ohio, USA: Interconnected rural, urban, and suburban scene of cultural regeneration
And to look into the kind of work we do at such sites and projects check out this page: Doug Crouch’s project Example Page.
GIS aerial of Treasure lake with a field, 15 acre lake, and forest blend with mixed topography and aspect
black capped raspberry, an edible forage plant at the lake
Paw Paw, Asimina triloba, native forest tree crop, at Treasure Lake, Kentucky, 2014
Forest path at Treasure Lake, Kentucky, 2013
Doug and Ande teaching at Wakethefarmup!
Doug teaching at the Winter weekend PDC, Cincinnati, OH, USA
Doug facilitating principles review, Winter Weekend PDC