Christopher Reamer is a permaculture landscaper and educator with a prevailing focus on water conservation and ecological land design. He has worked extensively with the development of greywater, rainwater and high-efficiency irrigation in Sonoma and Marin counties, CA, and has instructed water conservation workshops for the cities of Santa Rosa, Petaluma, and Windsor, Sonoma county water agency, the Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper training program, the Association of Professional Landscape Designers, and numerous other local non-profit organizations and conservation initiatives. He is level 2 certified by the Greywater Action Network, and is a licensed contractor and certified permaculture designer. In 2014 Christopher was awarded the “Water Awareness award” for local businesses, from the City of Santa Rosa, CA. Originally from east coast (VA), he has a background in native ethnobotany and organic farming and has traveled extensively working and studying throughout North and Central America. His dedication to ecological ideals stems from an inherent love and adoration for the earth and all of life. Find more about him and his work at: www.MadronaEarthCenter.org & www.facebook.com/Madronaearthcenter.
Saturday,Oct 7| 2pm| Zocalo