Have you heard of the permaculture movement? It seeks to integrate human activity and natural surroundings with the goal of creating highly efficient, self-sustaining ecosystems. Join Executive Director of Orlando Permaculture, Jeff Trapani, as he explains this growing movement which helps people enhance their relationship with nature by learning how every decision they make can either help or harm our surrounding ecosystems. You will leave with a better understanding of how you can minimize your footprint by closing the loop on your consumption, beginning with permaculture design. Come be part of the permaculture movement and hear how behavior change can help better the planet.
This program is presented by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
About Jeff Trapani
Jeff is a highly-accomplished and passionate educator, community organizer, and public speaker on sustainability in the field of permaculture and food forest design in urban/suburban settings. As an Executive Director for Orlando Permaculture, he focuses on organizing community meetings, action projects and workshops that foster community resilience, education and skill-sharing, and the production of food using low-cost, organic and sustainable practices. His goal is to produce resilient, communities that are able to produce and utilize their own resources to meet present and future needs.
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