Jeffrey Murdock Adams
Jeffrey Murdock Adams is the owner of terrasophia, an ecological design consulting and education firm with a passion for solution-oriented action and helping people strengthen their connection to place. Synergizing experience in appropriate technology, construction trades, landscaping, project management, business, ecological restoration, water systems, and program development, Jeffrey brings a unique and practical perspective to his work. Jeffrey also works for the Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN) as the Water Sustainability Coordinator of the “10,000 Rain Gardens Project” in collaboration with the Marin Municipal Water District. Jeffrey has worked on projects and facilitated workshops throughout the United States, and is currently focusing on rainwater harvesting, program development, and edible forest gardens in the Bay Area. Among other professional trainings, he is certified as a Permaculture Design Consultant (2002), earned an Interdisciplinary BS in Indigenous Technology from Humboldt State University, CA (2006), and is an American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association Accredited Professional (2009).