I am the Organizer of Eastern PA Permaculture Guild and am on the Sustainability Education Committee Transition Cheltenham (PA) - I also teach Permaculture and have had several regional TT Leaders take Pc classes with me. Additionally, the Eastern PA Permaculture Guild co-sponsored TT training this past summer.
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Permaculture designer/teacher, Environmental Biologist and Conservation Planner.
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I am currently seeking a consultant for a phyto/mycoremediation project at a site here in Portland, Oregon. It looks like you have possibly had experience in this field- so I am wondering if you or anyone you know would be available for this.
Welcome Melissa from Eastern Pennsylvania! You might like to stay in touch with our local permaculturist network, now called Earth Gardens... Here is a link you can click to join if you'd like to stay connected...Or just enjoy the resources we've posted- http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/group/organic
I'm an ecologist and long been a gardener & caretaker of the earth---I used to live in PA and taught ecological horticulture class at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden and also in the south!