Current Projects

This page is updated seasonally.

If you are not getting a timely response via email or social media, please forgive me. It’s likely that your inquiry simply doesn’t fall into the handful of areas of focus for me right now. I receive a fair amount of requests from folks both locally and afar, but I need to reserve my time for my projects listed below. Thank you for understanding.

Here’s what I’m working on right now, in the spring of 2020…

Presenting book to FEMA

After the last few years of widespread wildfires in British Columbia, Oregon, and California, massive flooding in Texas, hurricane tragedies in the Caribbean, and more natural disaster weirdness around the world, the increased response to my Prepared Neighborhoods book continues.

After speaking at the biennial FEMA National Preparedness Symposium this past year, I’m now taking that same message regionally, presenting both my book’s unique perspective of looking at preparedness through a lens of love and community-building rather than fear, as well as the innovative partnership (with City Hall and the fire district) behind my nonprofit Bainbridge Prepares.

I’m also taking care of my amazing clients (capped at five or less at any given time) who are directly bringing benefit to this world. Folks like these.

Two new projects with my buddy Jason McLennan are also now underway; stay tuned for details.

In addition to these new exciting projects with preparedness professionals, I’ll continue to focus on building resilience into my family’s life, as well as in our community. Right now that specifically looks like us doing the “seedling shuffle” between our grow lights, greenhouse, and hugelkultur beds on our permaculture micro-farm (coming out of another Big Dark now!). I’m also enjoying both my teenage son and tween daughter. My wife and I love spending time with these two super-neat human beings.

H/T to the always interesting Derek Sivers for the idea of a NOW page.