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Deborah is Biotecture Planet Earth’s global PR and fundraising manager. Originally from the Canary Islands, Spain, she has lived and worked in six different continents and speaks three languages fluently. She has a higher degree in International Marketing and Public Relations and has extensive experience in Project Management, Fundraising and Public Relations all over the world. Her passion lies in self-sustainable living and technologies and bringing this knowledge to those who need it the most.
Daniel is a former collegiate athlete and health and fitness instructor by education. Since stepping away from this four years ago, he has been working in the sustainable agriculture and ecology development field. His passion now lies in the focus of bringing self-sufficiency to various communities through the practices of permaculture, cooperative economics, and community development. He dreams off all having access to healthy food, clean water, shelter, education, community, art and freedom of expression, and compassion and support for each other.
Daniel’s work has involved organic farming, natural building and construction, permaculture education, off-grid energy and water systems, and ecotourism. He has worked with a number of organizations including: Mohala Farms (currently); Vitruvian farms; Versaland ; Calling All Crows; WWOOF; Earthship Biotecture; WorkAway; Midwest Permaculture
Daniel currently resides in Waialua on the North Shore of Oahu.
Lou grew up in New York but found himself in New Mexico working for Earthship Biotecture many moons ago. He coordinates the systems (solar and water) for builds all around the world. Hundreds of students (including yours truly) have benefited from his dedication to passing on what he knows. His other passion is music which he manifests in his punk bank Article 15.
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Harrison has a wealth of experience building structures of all kinds. He’s worked in Australia, The US, Kenya, India, Columbia, Nepal. In his role of Earthship Biotecture foreman he leads groups of over 40 people in challenging conditions but still never misses an opportunity to pass on knowledge.