Permaculture Project with James Kozlik
The greatest dignity in man’s achievement
is the stewardship of land!
Land is the basis of all wealth, it is natures abundance and serves all life!
Perm-a-culture is defined as a permanent culture – care of people – care of earth.
The Perm-a-culture Project is dedicated to a conscious choice of transition towards local sustainability.
It is the Project’s intention to stimulate our universal innate compassion and joy for all of life. The ecological village has been in existence for a very long time. Today many more people are sensing the need to a more sane way of existence. Join our guest for lively discussion of our correlation to nature and each other.
Topics to include growing food and forest. Building affordable housing. Living in and creating Eco-Villages. Changing the way we live with our neighbors. Creating locale economies. Learning the ways of indigenous people. Creating foundations for displaced people. Creating alternative power. Developing agricultural land trust and conservation easements. Working with locale government regulations. Group land purchases. Learning to forge for wild edibles and its’ uses. Creating a perennial garden. There is so much knowledge to share and stories to tell that you won’t want to miss this bi-weekly program! Ultimately we will co-create a network of “permaculturist”.
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James and wife, Marian Kozlik, currently live in Paradise Valley Montana. They have lived off grid at 8000 feet in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Previously they where part owners of an Herb shop and Floatation Tank business. James has built several homes using recycled materials and alternative building techniques. The last 12 years James has sold raw land for a land development company and built speculation homes on small footprints using 85% “green” building materials. James has recently received a Perm-a-culture Design Certificate from Midwest Perm-a-culture and an earth building certificate from Cal Earth Institute. James is now in transition with his business (Snowbird Homes and Land) and is dedicated to creating the perm-a-culture lifestyle with other owner builder’s.