Gary Williams and his partner Emily Williams live on a small permaculture farm in the lower North Island of New Zealand.
They have regenerated this 50 hectare property over 25 years and retired large parts for native forest regrowth.
This charming farmstay, along with a guest eco-cabin, includes: home gardens, orchards, food forests, staple crops, animal grazing, firewood plantation forests, and tree buffer wilderness areas.
Gary and Emily’s stewardship of the land has been guided by the principles of permaculture and the methods of organic and biodynamic agriculture.
Gary sees himself as an integrated part of the larger organism that is his family home and farm. He has written many articles and books on alternative economics, our understandings about life, and the processes of cultural transformation.
He has academic qualifications in engineering, physics and economics.
Learn more at http://www.waterscape.co.nz
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