Hi, I’m Zoë Sabina
These days I am especially enthusiastic about community, food, trees and plants. I entertain these enthusiasms by exploring permaculture through reading, and especially through working with, talking and listening to people about how we can live in a way that not only benefits us, but also benefits the world around us.
As a lifelong unschooler, I grew up mostly in New England. I’ve been traveling in, out, and around the U.S. for the past few years. Lately I’ve been enticed by the idea of a home that is more stationary and a little bigger than my backpack. I don’t know what it will look like yet, but I know there will be gardens and bookshelves.
I’m committed to creating the world I want to see, a world that’s healthy and safe for everyone. I’m learning about how to recognize my privilege and use it to help, to step back and elevate rather than harm.
If you come across me, I’m likely to be playing and working with children, making a compost pile, studying herbalism through Sage Mountain, or hanging upside down in a tree.