Kelda Lorax

Kelda Lorax started learning permaculture in 1995. She was an intern for two years at the Bullock’s Permaculture Homestead, in the San Juan Islands, and has had advanced permaculture trainings in a variety of topics. Her college focus was in Sustainable Communities.

Kelda Lorax
Divine Earth Garden Project

Kelda Lorax began studying permaculture as a teenager in the 90’s, graduated from Evergreen State College with a B.A. and focus on Sustainable Communities, had a 2-year internship at the Bullock’s Permaculture Homestead, helped launch the Seattle Permaculture Guild, then the Tacoma Permaculture group, has co-taught and led several Permaculture Design Courses, and served on the board of the Northwest Permaculture Convergence.

Wherever she has lived she has cultivated numerous gardens, for self-reliance, sell or trade, or educational reasons. Kelda’s passion is  learning about and creating models of healthy human-ecosystem relations, while acknowledging and working to end the many injustices that have disrupted our collective relationship with the land. Her current work in Fairland, Oklahoma,  including Stardust Market Garden, is umbrella’d under Divine Earth Gardening Project. 

​She can be contacted at kelda@riseup.net

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