Hi fellow land custodians. I’m a Regenerative Land Design graduate devoted to designing, developing, and maintaining natural landscapes that increase the property’s value, diversifies it’s productivity and mitigates disasters. I have 10 years of farming theory under my belt and thought it was about time to move out of my current job as a Technology Consultant where I help companies utilize cutting edge technology like Virtual Reality and into something I feel more passionate about – Restoring our habitats, growing healthy food and reestablishing community connections.
There are no essentials that I need to get started but everything helps! I wouldn't mind a degraded piece of land to bio-remediate, hydrate and bring back to life as well.
I've studied land engineering with Geoff Lawton, soil biology with Elaine Ingham, holistic management with Allan Savory and no-till, regenerative farming with Richard Perkins. I have a permaculture certification from Andrew Faust. I've interned on multiple farms. Jobs included: Implemented ponds, dams, roads and swales to move water more evenly. I've managed a no-till market garden. Built biocomplete compost amendment. Have experience in microscopy soil analysis to confirm the correct bacteria to fungal biomass ratio to optimize bumper crops. I have experience integrating and managing ducks, chickens and cattle as a holisitc management strategy and as a product for sale to consumers. I'm currently designing a 30 acre, 4 home community homestead.
I would like the opportunity to build out and help manage an organic community farm or a private homestead by implementing water features, creating biocomplete soil and planting edible landscapes. Building a couple tiny homes would be a bonus.
Run a land development company through a portfolio of successfully maintained regenerative land initiatives that provide assistance to land owners wanting to develop and farm in a way that uses less energy inputs and increases water cycling, nutrient cycling and improves the land for wildlife, livestock and people.
I live in Hillsboro so it's not such a big deal. Would be nice to construct a tiny home if time permits.
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