"Julianne has worked alongside regenerative farmers and ranchers in Australia and New Zealand on properties utilizing a range of practices including broad acre Permaculture, Biodynamics and Holistic Management. She brings her practical knowledge of farmscaping through earthworks and plantings to build soil, develop habitats, and restore water and nutrient cycles to productive landscapes. Her Australian mentors include Cam Wilson at Mulloon Creek Natural Farms, Geoff Lawton at the Permaculture Research Institute, and David Holmgren at Melliodora. Previously, she has worked with the Intervale Center in Vermont on their Healthy City program providing on-farm job training for youth and teaching nutrition and marketing skills to the youth farm crew. While obtaining her Environmental Science degree from Colorado College, Julianne spent a year learning from rural agrarian societies in India and Thailand. Her thesis, A Political Ecology of Tea in Darjeeling, India, came from her time spent with the Sanjukta Vikas Society, an organic tea cooperative of small scale growers, who maintain a diverse ecological system through agroforestry and intercropping using Permaculture design and Biodynamic techniques."
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- ↑ Bio-Logical Capital Julianne Kellogg, organizational web page, accessed April 24, 2014.