Based in Santa Fe, NM, since 2000, San Isidro Permaculture is dedicated to designing, building and maintaining beautiful, productive and regenerative landscapes that reflect the needs and aesthetic of our clients. Our work is guided by the 12 Principles of Permaculture Design and adheres to the Permaculture ethics of earth care, people care and returning the surplus.

Our work includes Permaculture based landscape design, edible landscapes, food forests, native landscapes, hydro seeding & re-vegetation, erosion control, rainwater harvesting, water re-use, irrigation systems, international consulting and education, green building and alternative technology.

We are committed to collaborating with our residential, commercial, NGO, and government clients to fulfill their needs and individual tastes while adhering to the permaculture precepts of appropriate technology, resource conservation, and sustainable living. We are available to meet with you and assess your site to determine which strategies are appropriate; we address the needs of entire sites while attending to each and every detail throughout the design and installation process.

San Isidro Permaculture has been a leader of water harvesting and watershed management for over a decade and is an accredited professional with the American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association.

We are a Licensed General Contractor (GB-98 #87665) and are Bonded and Insured.

Education and Consulting

international_consultingJeremiah Kidd teaches Permaculture and other related courses in the USA and abroad. In recent years Jeremiah has organized and taught Permaculture Design courses at various locations throughout Africa, Asia and the Caribbean. He has also been teaching at other institutions in the USA, guest lectures on many topics, offers free webinars and offers local classes on related topics. Jeremiah and San Isidro Permaculture are dedicated to sharing knowledge of Permaculture and regenerative design to promote healthy productive communities while benefitting the greater ecosystem.

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