Site Tour with Erik Ohlsen


Permaculture Skills Center Site Tour with Erik Ohlsen

Interested in permaculture but need or want a brief introduction? You’re in luck! The Director of the Permaculture Skills Center and Permaculture Artisans will be leading this informative stroll through our 5-acre demonstration site. Join us onsite to gain intimate knowledge of land regeneration with food forests, ponds, grazing, composting, and so much more.

This is a very special series hosted onsite by Erik Ohlsen. Not to be missed!

Please bring a hat, water bottle, sunglasses, and lunch. Should be a beautiful day to be on the farm.

NOTE: We have active farmers onsite. Please be mindful to avoid disturbing or picking any crops in any area that is actively being cultivated. We prefer no pets, but if you must bring your pup, please plan to keep on a leash at all times.

Date: Saturday, November 16, 2019

Time: Saturday, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (bring a brown bag lunch)

Location: The Permaculture Skills Center, 2185 116 Highway South, Sebastopol, CA 95472

Cost: $15 (but no one turned away for lack of funds)

If you have any questions, please email outreach@permacultureskillscenter.org

About Erik:

Erik is the Executive Director of the Permaculture Skills Center, a vocational training school which offers advanced training in ecological design, landscaping, farming and land stewardship. He is also the Founder/Principal at Permaculture Artisans, a fully licensed contracting firm specializing in the design and installation of ecological landscapes and farms throughout California.

Erik is an internationally renowned certified permaculture designer/practitioner and certified permaculture teacher. He is a well-known and seasoned activist organizer, and has been working within permaculture and activist movements since 1998.

In the field of ecological land development and management, Erik has extensive experience with projects that range from small urban lots to 100+ broadacre design and implementation. His many years of experience observing and listening to landscape patterns, and managing installation crews and design teams, have led to an extensive knowledge of all aspects of ecological land development and planning. He is a specialist in water harvesting systems, food forest design, community organizing, facilitation, vocational education and much more.

Erik is known for his ability to inspire masses of people through his teaching style and ability to weave together complex issues into cohesive narratives that can be acted upon. Erik has worked throughout the world and currently resides in Sebastopol, California; managing his homestead, running his businesses and raising his young family.