Jeremy Puma is Certified in Holistic Landscape Design from Bastyr University. He received his Permaculture Design Certificate through Bastyr and the Permaculture Institute of North America. He is Co-Editor of, and Writer at Invironment, an online publication dedicated to Food, Farming, and the Environment. Jeremy also writes and edits Wild Foraging, a serial publication dedicated to edible weeds and wild plants.
Jeremy grew up on a citrus farm in North Florida, and has also has also been a DJ, an indie puppeteer, a kitchen boy at a terrible pizza joint, a cook at a British pub, a priest-in-training, a member of the Stuckist art movement, a professional Tarot reader, a tour guide at the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park, a cubicle monkey for Amazon.com, and an organizer for a tech union, among other things.
After moving to Seattle in 1998 and falling in love with plants, he eventually found his way to Permaculture and never looked back. He has a beautiful wife and a giggly little son.
More information about Jeremy can be found on his personal website, www.pumaculture.com.