Occupation: Permaculture Gardener and Researcher
Residence: Colorado Front Range
Background: She lives, researches, writes, and gardens with her husband in a fiercely windy draw at 8,300 feet in the Rockies on a farm homesteaded by pioneers in 1870.
Pam has a BA from Cornell, two MA degrees, certifications in Permaculture from Midwest Permaculture and Applied Agroecology from MESA (Multinational Exchange for Sustainable Agriculture), and is a permaculture-based seed stewardship teacher trained by the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance.
Current projects: Working toward growing healthy communities composed of diverse soil biology, crops, gardeners and other humans, native ecosystems and nature's cycles. Moving toward communities which are flexible and successful in weather that offers a wide range of extreme surprises. Researching, writing, facilitating, coaching, sharing with other gardeners to encourage this.
Other Fun Facts: Pam has a background in teaching and directing theater, especially community-based musical comedy, and coaching community-based public speaking and storytelling. Humor and inspiring stories--and research—get her going. She also facilitates Conversation Cafe and Council, modalities which help people connect when connection seems least likely.
Connect with Pamela: email@example.com
Photo by Ania Poisson
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