Mandy Dean

Trainer

Mandy lives with her children in a small village in the beautiful Ddyfi Valley in mid Wales.

She is an initiating group member of Transition Bro Ddyfi Trawsnewid which she helped set up in 2007 and has been actively involved with ever since. She has been a teacher and trainer for over 15 years and has worked in sustainable land use research, horticulture, vocational training and is also qualified as a medical herbalist.

She is an initiating group member of Transition Bro Ddyfi Trawsnewid which she helped set up in 2007 and has been actively involved with ever since. She has been a teacher and trainer for over 15 years and has worked in sustainable land use research, horticulture, vocational training and is also qualified as a medical herbalist.

She has a long-term interest in traditional land use and low impact ways of living and spent time both in the UK and abroad learning how to do this on a practical level. She discovered the delights of permaculture and gained her Design Certificate in 1993.

She has taken part in conferences, given talks and run workshops about Transition across Wales as well as in England and Portugal and has been delivering training for the Transition Network since joining the pool in 2008.