We discover and translate the interwoven stories of connection between people and place through an adaptive, living & regenerative design process that shifts our awareness towards relation.
Gathering ongoing feedback throughout this work, we welcome nature as our guide in cultivating awareness in our lives and creating habitat for all of life to thrive.
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Cody collaborates with small businesses, homeowners, farmers, neighbors, educators, and changemakers to co-create the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible. He is motivated by a constant fire of acquiring, mastering, & sharing skills that inspire & empower others to follow their intuition and learn through hands-on experience; co-creating abundance through growing food, wellness, & community. The ethics of Permaculture have helped guide his lifestyle towards an integration and interconnectedness with the social, economic and natural ecosystems around him. Through this work and play of earth-healing, he hopes others will also find a connection to healing within themselves as he has. Cody attended the University of MN College of Design, and is a certified Permaculture Designer & Educator.
Megan is an herbalist, writer, certified permaculture designer & educator, medicine maker and loving earth steward. She centers plants as teachers in her ever evolving creative practice with regenerative business, storytelling, art, community gatherings and Earth reconnection. Megan is the co-founder and facilitator of Open Hearth Permaculture Education and creator of a bioregional herbal CSA.
What others are saying about us
“Megan & Cody are highly knowledgeable about permaculture principles and also live within them. It is as if they are each radiant light ready to pass on what they know to make this world the best place it can be. The care they have for all souls is eminent. They are loving and kind. They teach from this as well as guide through offering resources, challenging with questions, and leading by example.”
“Megan and Cody are terrific people and work beautifully together as guides on this journey of rewilding – wonderful examples of how nourish and preserve our inner and outer landscapes.”
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Permaculture Principles for Cultivating Community – Cody & Megan Mastel
We were honored to be featured in the ‘Wild’ Issue by our friends at Make MN Magazine in June 2017 and great article by Matt Frank. Check out more of their work and consider subscribing to help support telling the story of the incredible makers of the Minnesota region!
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