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Alyssa received her Permaculture Design Certificate in 2009 at Yestermorrow Build and Design School in Vermont. She spent time living and learning from the indigenous cultures of Mexico and Peru. She started an organic herbal body care and medicinal tea business called Simple Abundance.
Recently she received her Permaculture Teacher Training Certificate from Pandora Thomas and Lisa DePiano of Permaculture FEAST. She holds a masters degree in Agricultural Education from North Carolina A&T State University.
Alyssa now lives in Greensboro, NC, teaching and sharing her love and knowledge of farming, gardening, and regenerative holistic food and medicine systems. Her goal is to cultivate informed and inspired agents of change. She is especially interested in encouraging the understanding of the inter-connectedness of all living things. Her hope is that students bring that understanding to their work and their lives, which will foster more appreciation for collaboration and diversity.
Alyssa will be co-teaching a permaculture design certification class starting in March 2017: The Art and Ecology of Permaculture: Design Certificate (PDC).
Available for educational workshops and small scale farm and home design consultation. Contact Alyssa by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.