Lifelong learning journey


In August 2020, after completing my Permaculture Design and Advanced Social Design Certificates with the Permaculture Women’s Guild, I started the process of the Diploma in Applied Permaculture with the Iberic Permaculture Academy (AcaPI), and mentored by Aline Van Moerbecke. The AcaPI is an organization committed to training professionals and new agents of change, enhancing the human capacity to design regenerative cultures emerging from permaculture.


Complementary Criteria


“The process of sharing your work and insights with other”

The free resources I am creating will be very useful to non-English speaking communities. In addition, the translation circle of the Permaculture Colab, of which I am part, offers translation services to collectives of people and individuals across the planet who are looking for a technically knowledgeable and culturally sensitive translation service of material that is directed towards Design for Regeneration.


“The active process of supporting supportive social networks”

Through this website and other social media, my aim is to build community. The project of the Goiko Errota’s mill rehabilitation project will also be the perfect vector to build an eco-conscious community in my region.


“The process of reciprocating support received from other permaculture individuals and networks”

In the translation circle of the Permaculture Colab, we practice gift economy for people of collectives of people that cannot afford translation services. I am also involved in the AcaPI and plan helping my mentor in some of her projects.


“The process of increasing the knowledge & understanding of permaculture systems, such as their effectiveness and overall cost”

I will start estimating costs with the Goiko Errota’s mill rehabilitation project. I also plan to design a few other projects where I will be able to work with estimates and budgets.