Monthly Archives: November 2014

A Native Living Roof

Visiting Permaculture teacher and consultant Tom Ward/Tomi Hazel’s ┬áhouse was a highlight of the Optical Surveying course. Here I’m checking out the living roof, planted with Siskiyou native succulents. These stonecrop (Sedum) species are those evolved alongside native pollinators and … Continue reading

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Optical Surveying

I spent last week in the Siskiyous with a small band of designers, builders and farmers learning how to read the landscape with analog tool, improved vision and ecological awareness. Here are a few images from the course.

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