Zach Loeks is an educator, designer/consultant and farmer in Ontario. He has a degree in Environmental Geography from Concordia University. He grew up in New Mexico on a permaculture homestead and now runs a Certified Organic and off-grid Permaculture farm in the Ottawa Valley with his wife, Kylah, and two daughters. He teaches soil science at Algonquin College and Rootcellar Design at Yestermorrow Design/Build School. He also runs workshops on and off the farm on topics ranging from organic gardening and garlic production to off-grid living and farm design. His research and farming practices emphasize integrating diversity, conserving soil and maximizing farm ecosystem services while maintaining high productivity. He is also the author of The Permaculture Market Garden, due to become available in print in November 2016.
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