Kyle Chamberlin: Workshop #1: Restoring Human Habitat: An exploration of permaculture as a tool for restoring humanity's damaged habitat
Workshop #1: Restoring Human Habitat: An exploration of permaculture as a tool for restoring humanity's damaged habitat. We will examine the deep ecological and cultural history of the Inland Northwest for direction and holistic solutions. We will also examine what the evolution of our own species and how this applies to permaculture design. We will also discuss, comprehensively, the region's potential for perennial polycultures, as well as strategies for plant establishment in semi-aridity. 2 hours. Period C plus one half into dinner period.
Human Habitat Project
Kettle Falls, WA
Bio: Kyle Chamberlain is a permaculture homesteader from Kettle Falls, WA. His Human Habitat Project is an effort to push permaculture further, by integrating the living skills of the past in a radically new way of living. He has a passion for ethnobotany and prehistory. He has worked as a survival skills instructor, wilderness therapy guide, and field conservation leader.
Video of Kyle's Presentation in 12 Parts: