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Kenton Zerbin

Kenton Zerbin is a teacher, designer and consultant who empowers others to repair degraded landscapes, grow food and build community. Starting his career with a Bachelor of Education, Kenton quickly learned the limitations and constraints of the well intentioned educational system. Seeking content relevant for preparing youth for a sustainable tomorrow, Kenton encountered Permaculture – a solution based movement orientated around common sense design for a people and a place. 

After becoming a certified Permaculture Designer, Kenton brought permaculture into a High School then invested in an internship with Geoff Lawton at The Permaculture Research Institute of Australia, and lastly invested in becoming certified as an internationally recognized Permaculture teacher. Kenton has taught across Canada, the U.S., and helped found the Caribbean Permaculture Research Institute of Barbados, where he continues to assist in training programs. He now resides in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, with his wife in an off grid Tiny House he and his wife designed running his local educational business - KZPermaculture.ca

For inquiries regarding private workshopsspeaking events and consultations, contact Kenton HERE.

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