Community Building Expert
Dani Wolff, originally from Aotearoa New Zealand and now living in Australia, started her journey as a building designer & very quickly became aware of the waste & ‘unsustainable’ practices in the conventional building industry. Eager to make a change, she attended internships & academies in alternative & natural building techniques around the world - working on Earthships, Strawbale, Cob, Mudbrick, Lightearth & Hempcrete projects as well as tiny homes made with recycled materials.
Dani returned to Australia and completed a Permaculture Design Course, at which time she landed on 120 acres in Victoria. There Agari Permaculture Farm was seeded, an intentional community where she ran for 3 years growing its own food & building its own homes. From there the Agari natural building project bloomed, and she has been travelling around the globe designing natural homes & teaching others how to create earth building through workshops.
Now Dani is living in Byron Bay on a 230 acre property co-creating a Conscious Ground, new Earth Education centre.