Wisconsin Permaculture Convergence

by Jim Dittmann
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The Wisconsin Permaculture Convergence is a yearly event that brings people together to network, build community, skill share and celebrate life.

“The convergence last year was a wonderful experience. It was great to see attendees sharing life experiences and skills.

— Drew Carlson, Convergence Coordinator

“To be surrounded by like minds and to be able to learn from one another in a community like atmosphere was very rewarding. The passion and inspiration from the knowledge shared has allowed me to grow in my permaculture journey and spread that message to those who I encounter along the road.

— Heather Rupp, 2015 Convergence Participant


  • 130+ attendees traveled from Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
  • Past Workshops: Intro to Auaponics, Intro to Keyline Design, Place Making, Yogurt Making, Rocket Stoves, Fementation Basics, Farmscale Permaculture,  and many more.
  • Lunch and dinner to more than 400 people using fresh local food.
  • Brought session leaders from all across Wisconsin and others from Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and California.
  • Past keynote sessions on Social Permaculture and Regenerative Farming.
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Co-owner of Ecological Design, certified Permaculture Designer and ecological consultant, Lindsay Rebhan is passionate about seeing the land alive with life, employment, learning and nourishment.

A specialist in agroecology, land design and land management, Lindsay works with farmers, food nonprofits and organizations to increase the ecological, human, animal and economic wealth of land over time.

A graduate of Environmental Studies at the University of St. Thomas, Lindsay studied food systems and culture in Bangladesh, Cuba and Guatemala. She is a former Program Director at Permaculture Research Institute Cold Climate, a Program Coordinator at Renewing the Countryside and a speaker on land regeneration issues.

Convergence Website

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