Chloe Anthony, permaculture teacher and designer, passionate about design, project management, forest gardens, and community living.
Chloe was introduced to permaculture through Transition Town Lewes and did her Permaculture Design Course in London in 2008. She has been working with Brighton Permaculture Trust since 2011, first on their Trainee Teacher Scheme and then as a convenor and tutor for the Introduction to Permaculture and Permaculture Design Course. Her expertise includes edible home and community gardens, working collaboratively, community and social organisations and teaching permaculture. She lives at Hoathly Hill Community near Forest Row, in West Sussex, with her partner and two children.