Sars Cov 2 and the COVID19 disease it causes have disrupted our lives. We offer our condolences for lost loved ones, and our encouragement and support if you are scared.
Despite the prepper reputation that many permies get, and the deep resilience that permaculture systems can generate, Sense of Place Permaculture has NEVER sold our services playing on your fears of apocalypse.
And we won't do it now. We believe permaculture is a useful system to help you focus efforts to get in touch with nature, produce more food, support wildlife, learn about human ecological impacts, and connect with others to have fun, share, and heal damaged ecosystems.
Here at Sense of Place, we started physical distancing on March 3rd, including driving separately to jobs, disinfecting truck and tools in-between uses, and keeping distance between all people on the job. Current orders by Governor Kate Brown (as of 3.29.2020) allow us to work with un-restricted scope, so long as we can distance appropriately.
So, with that preamble out of the way, a brief word about what we do. Tree care--all phases, focused on preservation, safety, and aesthetics. Food in the landscape. Natural resource consulting and contracting. Past clients know we don't BS, and that we offer science-based, field-tested solutions to their property natural resource needs. Please see our services page for more details. We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.
News and Events
--Now offering an effective alternative to toxic herbicides. Steam! With our commercial grade steam weeder, we can quickly pass through your property killing weeds without leaving behind toxic residues. See our services page for more details.
--Clackamas Tree School: postponed indefinitely
--Bicycle-transported, hand-powered pruning and land care now available for Oregon CIty, Milwaukie, Gladstone, and Clackamas--see our services page for more details.
--Hands-on fruit tree pruning class at an orchard in Oregon City--contact Sense of Place Permaculture for details-- 971-344-0810
Permaculture is a nature-based, holistic design system for creation and use of sustainable human landscapes.
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