What All Points Design is doing now.

UPDATED: This page was updated on February 21 2022


I've been working with two incredible clients who are developing a 75 ac homestead. I've been loving the clients and the project.

Currently evaluating a 6000+ac production farm project if it's a good fit for my current work load and objectives.

Prepping for the growing season and expanding the production at our homestead. It's hard to start seeds when there's so much snow on the ground, but it's lesson in long tail planning.

Musing about a property evaluation course/tool for clients to use to evaluate land purchases.


Since 2014, I've been working as an instructor with Oregon State University. In 2022 we started to offer a  Permaculture Design Course PRO - specific for students that want to become designers. It's been a fun challenge as the PRO course is double the length of the regular course (10 weeks) and the level of student engagement is MUCH higher then the regular course.

The OSU PDC template that I created has been instrumental in streamlining students education and professional advancement.

Regenerative Living

In 2019 I was surprised by the polarization within the regenerative agriculture and living groups and communities I was in. There was a deification of certain ways of approaching the ecological disruption effects we're facing. My response was Regenerative Living.online an educational platform that had no dominent ideology besides: practical skills to live on the planet as if we intend to stay.

I was recently musing with Jo Tobias that reaching out to her in 2019 to offer a course in Living soils under the name of Regenerative Agricultural Workshops was the genesis for Regenerative Living.

To date we've offered the following course (most of which you can purchase the DIY versions):

With more coming up, including:

  • Hugelkulture Masterclass
  • Eat Well in 2022
  • Values Based Decision Making Group Online
  • Grazing with Goats
  • So you want to be Cowgirl?
  • Composting Toilets
  • Greywater Design
  • Rainwater Harvesting
  • Coppice Agroforestry