Ecological mindfulness / environment

Ecological Mindfulness

“It is such a gift to know of the great value, preciousness, and rarity of life and to find deep respect and appreciation for the processes that generate and sustain life on Earth. When we have seen or experienced the harms of lost care, or the benefits of good care for ourselves, naturally a deepening care for the lives of others, all species, and the natural world becomes increasingly a central focus.”

Environmental services – Landcare, regenerative bushland management, and permaculture.

Through Tig-Le House we consult and design on environmental projects including landcare, regenerative bushland management and Permaculture. We incorporate ecological sensibility with functional utility. We use a mindfulness-based approach to environmental works. This means remaining realistic, inclusive and adaptable, with consideration to low impact minimal resource consumption applied to increasing ecologically healthy design of human activity for the benefit of the ecosphere.

Ian Hackett of Tig-Le House has a combined urban and rural farming background and formed a deep knowledge and understanding of natural environments, urban and rural landscapes at a young age.

Having worked in landscaping and gardening as well as on varying farming properties in the WA wheatbelt, Ian completed a Certificate in Agriculture before moving into environmental weed management programs on WA’s Northern Kimberly river systems.

In 1996 Ian completed a Permaculture Design Certificate along with Wwoofing with Bill Mollison at Tagari, Tyalgum NSW, before going on to design and implemented permaculture projects in Northern NSW and volunteering at the Lismore City farm. Ian has studied and worked in bushland regeneration in Northern Queensland and NSW on Environmental training and employment programs.

Moving back to WA, Ian established a wholesale organic vegetable seedling nursery, cropping, and permaculture farm near Donnybrook. He has completed 4 certificates and a Diploma in Conservation and Land Management specialising in Bushland Regeneration. He has designed and managed both private and community landcare and bushland regeneration projects in the Southwest since 2000. Ian currently lectures in Ecological principles, Natural forests and Native plant ecologies, along with Regenerative bushland management on Permaculture Design Certificate courses at Fair Harvest Permaculture in Margaret River. 

Contact Tig-Le House tiglehouse@gmail.com to see how we can help assist you to create healthy ecological systems and designs for your properties and projects.

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