Daniel Halsey will be joining Harrison Quigley and Colleen Dick in Utah in December 2014 to begin the evaluation and design procress for developing the vision and mission expressed in "A State of Grace." Daniel is a certified permaculture designer and teacher for multiple academic institutions and organizations. Daniel graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Science degree in Temperate Climate Polyculture Design and has a Master’s degree in Professional
Harrison Quigley will be coming to Utah in early December 2014, to assist with the launch of "A State of Grace" vision and structuring. We welcome his presence and participation at this critical time. We hope for a long and beneficial association. Harrison is the Founder of Onchenda Open Global Food Co-op, a social enterprise. An educator, management trainer and consultant for over twenty-five years, Harrison worked with organizations on four continents in the software, legal
Take a look at this wonderful ecological design tool, brought to the world of Permaculture by Daniel Halsey and his fellow plant researchers. Here is a video introduction to the database and you may find the website here.
In order to increase regional viability and resilience, it is important to have local sources of food. Local food producers sometimes struggle to compete with highly organized grocery distribution systems. In order to create better local distribution systems in which to participate, there are new organizations being developed to facilitate satisfaction and profitability. Onchenda is one of them. Please enjoy visiting their site.