I have a long background in Forestry and Agroecology. I have travelled the world exploring family farm production, especially urban and periurban agriculture contexts. My heterodox nature has led me to study, teach, support, design and start all kind of projects mostly related to forestry, agriculture, sociology and cities. I have built vegetable gardens all over the place: inside prisons, cities and towns. I have guided adventure trips along mountains, rivers and caves. I love to eat what I grow, take care of my bees and get my honey from their hive, and explore nature. Most recently, I teach Spanish as a second language. I am especially proud of be teaching Agricultural Spanish for the next generation of Green Industry Managers.