Tessa Chittle

Gig Harbor, Washington, USA

Through The Women’s Permaculture Guild course, I was able to identify some crucial areas that needed a redesign after the first 7 years of being on our land and experimenting in permaculture via google searches and library books.

Engaging permaculture through this course has illuminated how to further connect the already existing components we had created and further close loops where energy and resources were being wasted as well as how to connect what we are doing to the larger societal context. I am grateful for the way this program has expanded my use of permaculture design to my home life and visions for the social impact and connections I’d like to have in the community.

Tessa Chittle - PWGPDC Student Design Project for The Chittle Farm - 6/4/22
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