Brock Dolman is a founding member and resident of the Sowing Circle LLC, an intentional community in the Sonoma County hamlet of Occidental, California, is the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center's (OAEC) WATER (Watershed Advocacy Training Education & Research) Institute director and co-directs OAEC's Permaculture Design and Wildlands Biodiversity programs.
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Slow it. Spread it. Sink it! Using our Okanagan Rain as a Resource is a presentation of the Okanagan WaterWise Speaker Series.
The talk, featuring Brock Dolman, was presented April 23, 2012 at Okanagan College - Penticton campus in partnership with the Okanagan Basin Water Board and the South Okanagan Similkameeen Conservation Program.
Brock Dolman is the Director of Occidental Arts and Ecology Center's WATER Institute, in Sonoma County, Calif. A renowned wildlife biologist and permaculturist, Brock has spent many years working towards watershed restoration, and as a water harvesting designer and educator. Brock has presented at many international conferences, including Bioneers and SolFest. He has been featured in the award winning films: The 11th Hour by Leonardo DiCaprio; The Call of Life by Species Alliance; and Permaculture: A Quiet evolution by Vanessa Shultz. For more information on Brock visit:http://www.oaec.org/water-institute
The handbook Slow it. Spread it. Sink it! An Okanagan Homeowner's Guide to Using Rain as a Resource is available on the Okanagan WaterWise website at: http://www.okwaterwise.ca/pdf/HomeDra... or by calling 250-469-6271.
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Brock Dolman Director of The Water Institute and Permaculture at Occidental Arts and Ecology Center explains the importance of disturbance and native perennial grasses in pasture systems.
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