interested in edible plants, trees, mushrooms and ecosystems in general.
Rea has been actively organising community events since 2010, she is a vocal advocate for home food production and more localised food networks.
She completed her Landscape architecture MSc (EMÜ 2013) and returned to the faculty as a lecturer (Estonian University of Life Sciences) 2016 for 2 years. She has a Landscape Architecture company together with her Italian colleagues who try to inject some more plant focused designs into public spaces. She holds her permaculture design certificate (Estonia 2015) and dendrology/tree technician certificate(Luua Forestry School 2019)
Justin is an eco-builder and social worker. He has worked on various social empowerment and sustainability projects across Europe and Australasia.
His focus upon behavioural change has found him working with those from a diverse range of cultural settings in both minority and mainstream communities. Justin completed his Masters in Critical Social work between the Urban homeless populations of Melbourne, Australia and the hill-dwelling Savara communities of India.
Now as a resident of Võrumaa, Justin is passionate about designing practical outdoor human spaces with therapeutic impact. He is happiest inventing simple solutions to countryside quandaries!