Amber Lehrman

Kansas Permaculture Institute


Amber Lehrman is a certified permaculturist and educator who lives near Lawrence, Kansas. She and her family run Windstone Farm, a beginning permaculture venture on their 40-acre, off-grid homestead. Lehrman has been teaching sustainable living for more than 10 years and currently teaches through the Kansas Permaculture Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting permaculture solutions to the many crises of our time.

Amber will be speaking at the Kansas Fairs


Check It Out!

Using Perennials in an Annual Garden A permaculture approach to interplanting and companion planting

Most gardeners are aware of the benefits of companion planting (the three sisters, basil with your tomatoes, and so on), but few use perennials in their combinations. The Kansas Permaculture Institute's Amber Lehman discusses how to increase symbiotic relationships (and reduce pest pressure and disease) by incorporating perennials into your vegetable garden.
Modern Homesteading Organic Gardening

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Kansas, Sunday 10:00-11:00 a.m., Homestead Hustle Stage

Permaculture How we fix it

Permaculture offers us a concrete way to solve our modern world's environmental, social, and political problems. The Kansas Permaculture Institute's Amber Lehrman looks into several case studies to show the breadth and effectiveness of taking this approach, and she provides a brief overview of what permaculture design entails.
Modern Homesteading Organic Gardening

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Kansas, Saturday 2:00-3:00 p.m., Heirloom Gardener Stage