Kevin Bayuk works at the intersection of ecology and economy where permaculture design meets cooperative organizations intent on meeting human needs while enhancing the conditions conducive to all life. He is a partner with LIFT Economy where he provides strategy and technical support for social enterprises helping them grow. Kevin also works with impact investors identifying organizations creating the highest leverage beneficial impact for all life. He has developed internal and external beneficial impact strategies for market leaders in regenerative agriculture, compostable goods, energy efficiency and socially beneficent technology service providers. Kevin also serves as the Senior Financial Fellow at Project Drawdown developing the business case to address climate change through existing practices and technologies.
Kevin also frequently teaches classes, workshops, does public speaking, facilitates meetings, plans events and provides one on one mentoring as a founding partner of the Urban Permaculture Institute San Francisco. Kevin has helped design and start food security gardens and public learning experiences intent on reminding people that we,too, are nature. He is as fluent with information technology as with perennial polyculture agroforestry. Writing, speaking, researching and mentoring are his strongest skills. Kevin has worked with schools, farms, market gardens, community non-profit organizations and community gardens.