Ann Kreilkamp, Ph.D., received a doctorate in philosophy from Boston University in 1972 and has been pushing personal, cultural and philosophical boundaries ever since. A professional astrologer for over 30 years, she is also a mother, grandmother, published author, editor, and social activist. For more on her and her work, see Tendre Press.
In 2007 she took the two-week Permaculture Design Course with teachers Peter Bane and Keith Johnson, who run the Permaculture Activist journal and live on their permaculture homestead two miles down the road in Bloomington, Indiana.
In 2007, she worked with others to establish a 10-year sustainability plan for her Green Acres Neighborhood that was based on the cultural permaculture design that she did with two others as their practicum for the PDC.
In 2009, she established the Green Acres Neighborhood Garden, a public garden on her own land. Also in 2009, she began to attend UFO conferences, and to read avidly in this highly politicized, disinformation-riddled, secretive, mind-bending, outrageous and wondrous field.
With this exopermaculture site, she hopes to bridge these two worlds within herself, to meet, share, and learn from others who explore the same split within themselves, and to crossfertilize the above with the below.