Published on July 07, 2020
Kenton is an experienced teacher, a sustainability consultant and a passionate environmentalist. He possesses a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Alberta and Certification as an International Permaculture Teacher from the Permaculture Institute of Australia. He has travelled throughout the world teaching people how to reduce their footprint, live for less, and enhance their community.
Kenton has consulted with the Ministry of Agriculture and trained staff and farmers how to sustainably grow food while reducing inputs and increasing yields. He established a school for Permaculture in Barbados to provide edible communities and school yards for the public to enjoy. Formerly a high school teacher, Kenton specializes in tiny-home consulting and teaching permaculture and sustainability for schools, polytechnics, universities, and municipalities.