Anika M. Hanisch

Belgrade, Montana, USA

 Kudos to you all for bravely “going there” on the topics of de-colonization, socioeconomic disparities, accessibility, gender issues, facilitating harmony in diverse groups, and much more.  This is challenging stuff, but so important at this time in history.  Permaculture principles have the potential to foster positive transformation at the wild and woolly intersections of social justice, food security, race relations, AND planet care.

Please note: this student was one of our first graduates, before we had the Design Studio and Design Project Template, and also before we started requiring a presentation video from all students.

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