A Keala Young
A. Keala Young is a whole system designer, regenerative practitioner and permaculture teacher with a background in the healing arts. His rich study of permaculture and ecovillage design includes certificate programs from Findhorn Foundation to Esalen Institute as well as full-time engagement co-founding Atlan Living and Learning Center near the Columbia River Gorge in Central Cascadia. His current passions include developing implementation-based advanced permaculture learning opportunities and his work on ReInhabiting the Village as editor and contributing author as an opportunity to further his life’s mission to support the integration of living systems coherence for individuals and communities in the Global Village.
Since 2005 Keala has been consciously committed to the path of co-creating living & learning communities and has studied far and wide, gathering the seeds and skills to undertake the adventure of realizing models for the future now. He has over a decade of experience presenting and curating educational content for festivals and is a cofounder of the budding Atlan Ecovillage in the Columbia Gorge. A steward of Gaiacraft, Keala also serves on the board of CultureSeed an educational nonprofit with the mission to inspire and support thriving global communities through experiential learning programs and transformational events.
– Permaculture Design Services
– Ecovillage Design Consulting
– Holistic Project planning
– Educational Implementation Programming
Social Permaculture Consulting
– Community Governance Structures and Agreements
– Conflict resolution and mediation