Elizabeth Levick

Elizabeth has a background specializing in regenerative design, completing her undergraduate degree in Architectural Studies with a concentration in Regenerative Community Design at Hampshire College in 2019. While at Hampshire, she explored many areas of interest including: green building, permaculture design, herbalism, and community organizing.

Elizabeth went on to complete her Masters in Architecture at the University of Colorado Denver in 2022, with a certificate in Design-Build from Colorado Building Workshop.

Outside of her formal education, she has completed two Permaculture Design Certificate courses, at Oregon Eclipse Gathering in 2017, and Naropa University in 2018.

Since graduating she has worked in permaculture design in Boulder, Colorado and Montréal, France. She is deeply passionate about regenerative design and doing work that has a positive and lasting impact on our land and communities.

Rebecca Margolis

Rebecca gained an interest in local food production 15 years ago when she first became involved in urban agriculture. She managed and built market gardens on vacant lots and engaged the local community to become more connected to their food source. This led her to get a masters degree in Sustainable Development from Tulane University to further her ability to help communities grow. From there, she has worked on small and large scale sustainable development projects that include work in master planning, project management, construction management, regenerative land management, hayfield restoration, livestock farming, geothermal greenhouse design, food forests, and edible landscaping. In her free time, she enjoys horseback riding, snowboarding, raising dogs, chickens, and rabbits and growing food for her family.

Daniel R.

Daniel studied architecture at the University of Arizona and graduated from the Environmental Design program at CU Boulder with a well-rounded background in sustainable and resilient design. He has worked as a landscape contractor moving earth, as well as behind the computer in a landscape architecture office. He believes we can learn from the ages, where passive planning and aligning with our origin ecosystems works best for both people and the planet. Daniel spends his time creating graphic diagrams, maps, and plans to help communicate ideas, philosophies, and concepts that contribute to stewardship of the earth and our communities.

Greg Davis

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Growing up in Minnesota, Greg, has always had a connection with the outdoors. Through many trips exploring the BWCAW in his youth, he developed a deep appreciation for nature, and love for adventure. His need to wander and learn have brought him around the world and has seen him working on a number of homestead and intentional community projects. Now, here in Colorado, Greg approaches each project as a chance to spread the ideals of Permaculture and to offer people an opportunity to connect with their environment and build a relationship with nature. Greg enjoys his free time with rock climbing, hiking, cooking and photography.