Occupation: Community Permaculture Educator to children through grown-ups
Residence: Colorado Front Range in the mountains
Background: Pam lives, researches, writes, gardens, manages land with her husband in a fiercely windy draw at 8,300 feet in a small Rocky Mountain town in the forest.
Pam has a BA from Cornell, two MA degrees, certifications in Permaculture from Midwest Permaculture and Applied Agroecology from Multinational Exchange for Sustainable Agriculture (MESA), is a Colorado Native Plant Master and a permaculture-based seed stewardship teacher trained by the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance.
Current projects: She is now bringing permaculture education to children and their grown-ups. Adults love learning in a more playful way! Pam bases this aspect of her work on the gold-standard European Children-in-Permaculture research and training.
Other Fun Facts: Pam facilitates conversations which help people connect when connection seems unlikely, using Conversation Cafe, Council, Question Coaching, Love and Logic, and Braver Angels modalities.
Photo by Ania Poisson
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