From Cincinnati originally, I joined the Air Force at age 18 which allowed me to see some of the world and live abroad while turning wrenches on jets. After 6 years I was honorably discharged and began a few years of traveling which include backpacking Europe extensively, spending a year living on the side of the road while I cruised the States on my motorcycle, and going on a winter expedition through northern Maine traveling via snowshoes and toboggan. Currently I’m majoring in Anthropology and minoring in Environmental Studies at the University of Cincinnati. I’m most interested in living off grid and being a part of a community of like-minded people.
Tabor’s passion for permaculture began in 2010 when he saw Paul Stamets’s TED Talk, and he hasn’t looked back since. He went from building custom computers to becoming a farm-hand, wood-fired oven baker, food fermentator, arborist, and received his certificate in Permaculture Design. With all of the various green jobs he has had, the ecohouse has been a very comfortable fit for him. He is most excited about life and seeing how much food we can produce. Tabor thinks globally and acts locally. He’s got a big enough heart and enough motivation to act globally too.