I’ve been on the board and working with Northwest permaculture convergence since 2018. I live on 10 acres of forested land in Tahuya Washington with stream and lake that connects to the Tahuya river and the Hood canal on the Olympic peninsula in Washington. I’ve come to Earth to serve heaven on Earth evolution of humanity and the thriving of life. I have some techie skills and love connecting people and organizing things. Let’s work together towards the new in ancient ways of this beautiful world.
I am a cartographer, bureaucrat, gardener, ecologist, organizer, and activist, working in the Puget Sound restoration industry. I am cultivating mobile bio-cultural restoration field stations, a regional natural resource governance wiki and original works in bioregional cartography in addition to working for pay on restoration funding, ecosystem service quantification and providing technical assistance to local, tribal, state and federal restoration partners. Before that I worked in landscape construction and agroforestry.
Co-steward of White Lotus Farm & Inn, nestled at the headwaters of Ludlow and Chimacum creeks at the heart of Beaver Valley in Chimacum, WA. Land, water, perennial and animal caretaker, place based educator, connective event coordinator, farm stay host, regional networker and weaver.
My name is Aviathar and I am an “institutionalized communitarian” . This means that I have lived in different community systems over a 45 year period. ( Im 69). I am presently the president of The Evergreen Land trust listed below. We have five urban properties and three rural ones. This includes Prag Farm 20 acres in Snohomish county( A vital part of the Tilth movement), River Farm 65 plus acres in Whatcom county, and my home Walker creek in Skagit county. Looking forward to seeing the direction this movement goes.