Amy Scanes Wolfe

Amy Scanes Wolfe

Amy Scanes-Wolfe works in regenerative agricultural design--teaching permaculture design courses, running a suburban homestead, and supporting large-scale regeneration through Drylands Agroecology Research. Amy's interest in food systems came out of a degree in cultural anthropology from Middlebury College. After farming for five years, Amy's interest shifted to permaculture and holistic design. She helped found an urban ecovillage in Virginia, studied permaculture, worked at a bioregional nursery and with the county's Parks and Open Space division, and founded and ran a permaculture landscaping business for two years before joining the Drylands Agroecology Research team.