Jeremiah Kidd, the Director of San Isidro Permaculture, has been working as an international consultant for over a decade implementing strategies that empower communities be it through permaculture education, food production, water harvesting, alternative energy or natural building.

San Isidro Permaculture partners with foundations and organizations to offer design consultation, site visits, project coordination, installations, and trainings throughout the world. We have worked in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, South Africa, Mexico, Guatemala, Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Belize and Jamaica.

San Isidro Permaculture is committed to applying permaculture principles and design techniques to help shift world development in a regenerative direction — building natural structures, growing food, catching rainwater, restoring damaged landscapes and ecosystems — in order to create opportunities for people to improve their lives while sustaining their environment.

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