Landscape design, planning, and stewardship - making our communities stronger

They worked to develop an environment that engages the senses as well as providing potential for food...Julian is an educator with a passion for bringing people and environment together.
— Parice L., Clackamas, Oregon

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Owner, Designer & Mischief-Maker

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JULIAN DOMINIC,

Raised in the Wissahickon watershed to food-centric singers, he enjoys a good bowl of pasta.

When he's not designing, he uses his skills as an instructor for The City Repair Project and as an environmental educator with Portland Public Schools. Through his travels to various land-based cultures around the world, Julian studied Sustainable Agriculture at Warren Wilson College and now spends his time growing, processing and harvesting annual and perennial foods while finding different ways to gather and feed his family and friends. Ice cream is his weakness.

julian@witchhazeldesigns.com

I appreciate his enthusiasm about design, construction, horticulture, and the opportunities for growth and enjoyment in the landscape. As a homeowner, I appreciate his reliability, responsiveness, and willingness to dive right in and get the tough jobs done. Julian is a pleasure to work with!
— Melissa M., Portland, OR

Collaborators

RIDHI D'CRUZ,

As Co-Director of The City Repair Project, she is an intercontinental cross-pollinator, grassroots sustainability organizer and sociocultural anthropologist who came to Portland in 2010 from South India. She is a member of Portland’s Native American Community Advisory Council where she works in allyship with local Native American community organizers.

ridhi@cityrepair.org

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HENRY SOTO

Grower, builder, farmer, semi-professional comedian and a talented landscape builder

soseed33@gmail.com

MATT BIBEAU

A gifted land steward and stone mason, Matt serves as one of the core teachers at Institute of Permaculture Education for Children. As a graduate of Portland State University’s Leadership in Ecology, Culture & Learning program, he has worked in the field of garden-based education since 2005. As a trained educator in permaculture design by Toby Hemenway (2006) and in permaculture teaching by Tom Ward and Jude Hobbs (2008), Matt is currently the farm manager at Jean's Farm and the Chief Executive Officer of IPEC.

matt@pdxpermaculture.com

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