Designing for humanity with the Permaculture Ethics – Stuart Muir Wilson

Designing for Humanity with the Permaculture Ethics

  • Permaculture A designers manual: Chapter 1 the philosophy and ethics of permaculture.
  • Design for humanities work in Mexico (2009-2013).
  • Designing thinking and drawing around permaculture projects.
  • Curriculum Vitae -
  • Designing for Humanity Article -

Meet Your Presenter

Stuart Muir Wilson

Stuart Muir Wilson Movable Community Gardens Launceston, Tasmania

For 11 years Stuart was raised with the three ethics of permaculture, Care of people, Care of the Earth and Fair-shares, by his grandfather, Bill Mollison , on the 18 acre farm they developed together in Tasmania. They established over 5,000 trees in six different types of food forests with earthworks and animal forage systems. “Bill” taught Stuart to ‘save up’ by teaching and doing projects in developed countries like Australia, UK, Europe, USA, Canada, New Zealand, then to give that money to projects and to places on that offer courses for people who cannot afford education in developing countries. “Grandpa Bill” repeated this pattern himself for 40 years, travelling around the globe 26 times. Bill Mollison strove for compassion by volunteering his time to help the economically poor and the abused. This understanding drove him to achieve so much and in turn is the legacy Stuart continues.

Stuart Muir Wilson

Meet Your Moderator

Partner, Director of Education PermaEthos

Josiah Wallingford started working for Hewlett Packard at the age of 15 as a technical support representative. By age 17 he was a national technical support trainer for HP technical support representative.
When he turned 18, Josiah joined the U.S. Army as an active duty 19D (Cavalry Scout). While in the military he trained army units heading to Iraq and Afghanistan at Fort Irwin, the National Training Center (N.T.C.). He did one 13 month tour in Afghanistan attached to the 101st Airborn Division stationed at Camp Delta in Bagram Airfield where he toured and monitored the Parwan, Bamyan and Panjshir provinces.
After an honorable discharge from the military after eight years of service he became a project manager for what is now SmartTV where he installed high speed internet (HSIA) and video on demand platforms in luxury hotels throughout the United States.
In 2013 Josiah applied for and was awarded an internship with Jack Spirko of The Survival Podcast. Josiah and Jack become close friends and formed PermaEthos with three additional business partners in 2014 where he is now the Director of Education.

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