Andrew Millison is a founder of Permaculture Design International. He has been designing, building and teaching about Permaculture since he took his first course in 1996. He began his Permaculture career in the deserts of Arizona, where he attended Prescott College and the Ecosa Institute for Ecological Design. He went on to teach at both of those schools, received a Master's degree studying heirloom fruit trees, ran the small desert farm at Paolo Soleri's Arcosanti, worked in a Landscape Architecture office, and ran his own design / build Permaculture business.

 

In 2008 Andrew moved to Corvallis, Oregon where he began teaching Permaculture design at Oregon State University in the Horticulture Department. His design business flourished in Oregon, where he completed numerous site designs for a wide variety of clients that can be seen on the Projects page. His specialties include the design of whole-site water systems, as well as community gathering and social spaces.

Designing for resource abundance by creating regenerative landscapes, resilient communities, and local living economies