Timo Granzotti is a landscape designer, permaculturalist, paleo-technologist and naturalist with over 10 years of experience in California native ecology and botany. He fuses indigenous skills and nature awareness with whole system’s ecology and permaculture. He currently works as a teacher, designer, consultant, and field specialist for small farms, schools, and residences. He teaches Permaculture and Indigenous Skills at the Occidental Arts & Ecology Center and collaborates with the design and consulting firm, Permacopia. He has also taught at Petaluma City High School, the American School of Herbalism, The Movement Generation, The Woolman’s Center, and various other groups. He is one of the original core organizers for The Buckeye Ancestral Skills Gathering, where he also teaches. His goal is to re-integrate the arts, technologies, and understandings of our ancestors with permaculture and eco-technology to help foster a regenerative culture that works in communion with nature for generations to come.