Rosemary Logan, Ph.D. teaches food, field, and sustainability-focused courses for Flagstaff College. She earned her doctorate in Sustainability Education at Prescott College and has an expertise in expeditionary and transformative learning. She has taught a wide variety of sustainability courses, initiated food studies projects, and conducted research in transformative sustainability learning . Rosemary's professional background includes museum education, curriculum development, permaculture design, and field-based educational programming, including sustainability/permaculture-focused study abroad programs. She is the recipient of Northern Arizona Universities 2016 Sustainability Faculty Award, 2017 Teacher of the Year Award (University College) & 2019 Sustainability Leadership Award. She received her Permaculture Design Certificate in 2012 from Wayne Weissman (The Permaculture Project), completed her Permaculture Teacher Training in 2017 (Pandora Thomas and Lisa DiPiano), and taught her first PDC for the Sustainable Communities Masters Program at Northern Arizona University in 2019/20. Rosemary is raising two adventurous girls with her husband in Flagstaff where they live in a passive solar home they built together. In her free time she loves to train brazilian jiu jitsu and spend time with her human and plant friends and family (in the forest/meadow/river, garden, and kitchen).
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