Hannah Heiser

Hannah grew up in the city of Boston, but eventually moved to a much smaller, rural town in Western Massachusetts.  There, she fell in love with sustainable farming and a do-it-yourself lifestyle.   She also found a sense of hope in the extensive and thriving social networks of grassroots farmers, artists, musicians, and activists in her community.  This inspired her to learn more about sustainability and DIY living.  She wanted to grow her capacity to make positive changes at a community level.

Amy DeCamp

Amy’s feelings of disillusionment with capitalist systems led her to explore organic farming and Earth-based living several years ago.  Ever since then, her life has taken on new meaning.  Most recently, Amy has spent time working in community service positions throughout rural Western North Carolina.  While doing that, she discovered that at a time when we’re more factionalized and isolated than ever, the land and the nourishment that we derive from it is our greatest connector. Amy joined the Wild Abundance team in January 2018 as a social media marketer and has found great joy in working to empower others to live more natural, mindful lives.

Brad Lancaster

Brad Lancaster is an expert in the field of rainwater harvesting and water management. He authored the book on these subjects, “Rainwater Harvesting,” and he has created a verdant oasis at his home in Tucson, AZ, where rainwater is often less than 12 inches per year!

Laura Lengnick

laura legnick

Laura Lengnick has more than 25 years of leadership experience using design and planning to move sustainability values into action in businesses, community organizations and government policy and programs across a diversity of scales from local to national. Check out her company, Cultivating Resilience, LLC

Ben Falk

Ben Falk

Ben Falk lives permaculture every day at his Vermont homestead, a testing-ground for ideas and projects that he shares with the wider world through teaching, consulting, and writing. He founded Whole Systems Design, LLC as a land-based response to biological and cultural extinction and the increasing separation between people and elemental things. He’s the author of the award-winning book “The Resilient Farm and Homestead.” This guy walks his talk!