Chuck Estin, Ph.D. consults in ecological design and sustainability. He designs and installs residential edible landscapes and whole-farm plans. He draws on his regional network of colleagues and his team of apprentices to help the Bainbridge community transition to a more sustainable future. He has lived on a fifth -acre on south Bainbridge for 26 years, harvesting food from 30+ fruit trees, chickens, vegetable beds and the Lytle Beach community garden. Chuck enjoys playing cello and making wine with his family and neighbors. Chuck received his Ph.D. in molecular biology and directed biotech labs in Seattle for 6 years. He moved into teaching high school science, incorporating his passions in gardening, solar greenhouses, systems theory and backpacking. He became a school change consultant for five years afterwards.