Woven Earth (WE) is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering ecological balance and community resilience worldwide. WE achieve this by creating projects and programs which promote regenerative-design practices and integrate local traditions. WE, aside from being an organization, are an interwoven community of people around the globe dedicated to holistic social and ecological activism.


What WE Do

Woven Earth projects and programs currently include Community Agroforestry Projects, Permaculture & Natural Building Training Courses, Ecological-Adventure Programs, Traditional Skills Courses by local people, Appropriate-Technology implementation, Carbon Farming, and more. WE are always open to evolving and finding what works to generate solutions to social and ecological problems. Our mission is currently being carried out in the US, Nepal, and Indonesia, but WE envision the future of our global community as an interwoven network of projects and programs in every corner of the planet. 


Featured below are various snapshots of our beautiful community of Earth-Weavers:

WE believe that all members of the Earth are a diverse interwoven family; all species, all races, all genders, connected by the sunlight, soil, air, and water we all depend on.

Our Mission

To foster community resilience and ecological balance through worldwide experiential-learning programs and projects which promote regenerative-design practices and empower local traditions


Our Vision

A sustainable world of people interwoven with Nature

We Need Your Support to Weave a Better Future!

Our Team

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With a background in Botany, Ecology, & Permaculture Design, Bodhi's vision of Woven Earth took shape through his community connections in Nepal and Indonesia, and the dedicated work of the global WE team. He resides in Bali where he manages various experiential learning programs and eco-social projects. 

President, Co-Founder, Facilitator



Wade is a gardener, naturalist, and Permaculture designer and educator residing in Marshall, NC. He has volunteered at and worked with farms, nonprofits, and projects in the US, Latin America, and Asia. “Nature is our greatest teacher, and offers inspiration and lessons that we can apply to our gardens, landscapes, communities, and lives for greater resilience and ecological health, and deeper connections.”

Treasurer, Board Member, Facilitator



Passionate about weaving healthy community, Alyssa studied Environmental Studies and Sociology in New Orleans, where she also took her PDC and began working with sustainable food system. After completing over 500 hours of of coursework in Herbalism, Ayurveda and Yoga, she currently resides in southern Oregon, teaching Yoga and working at a family run herb shop. 

Board Member



A Louisiana native, Michael first moved to Nepal in 2003 for language study. He was deeply engaged in disaster relief after Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and the 2015 Earthquakes in Nepal. He spends about 10 months per year in Nepal and India with his wife and son organizing cultural immersion service learning programs for international high school and college students.

Board Member, Facilitator, Co-Founder



Lucas Trotman has been a permaculture designer, natural builder and ecology enthusiast since 2008. In the wake of the 2015 earthquake in Nepal Lucas and the WE team began a program to start rebuilding homes in Nepal using earthquake resistant earthbag building Lucas has since then helped design and manage the construction of over 40 homes in Nepal while training hundreds of people along the way.

Board Member, Facilitator


More about Sabrina coming soon.

Board Member


Woven Earth

US based 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization dedicated to fostering ecological balance and community resilience worldwide

Email: info@wovenearth.org

Phone: +1 828-348-9079 (US)

Registered Charity:  81-1026580

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