Rhamis Kent is an African American permaculture designer & trainer/teacher currently living in Cornwall. He was trained by and works closely with Geoff Lawton, director of the Permaculture Research Institute (PRI) of Australia (www.permaculture.org.au) and manager of permaculture co-founder Bill Mollison’s Tagari Farm (www.tagari.com). In April 2010, he is scheduled to conduct a design course in Detroit with local leaders in the urban agriculture movement presently underway there. What is taking place in Detroit is “ground zero” in the transformation of post-industrial urban America.
This Open Evening is being run alongside the Schumacher College course Gaia’s Garden on which Rhamis Kent is teaching teaching Click here for more details.
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