Whole Farm Services offers you the skills and craftsmanship of real world farmers, designers, and engineers who are combining renewable energy, ecological design, sustainable agriculture, and appropriate technology to find simple and effective answers to the problems of global warming, food security, and bioregional/ecosystem health.

Whole Farms Services is comprised of:

Christopher Chaisson

Project Director/ Founder

Chris’  multi-disciplined approaches to farming and building, culminating from 20+ years of experiences in the fields of horticulture, construction, food, design, ecology, and education.  brings an integrated perspective on every day farm problems with solutions that are innovative, regenerative, and appropriate scale. Chris is a grower of Horticultural crops and medicinal herbs as well as being founder of Wild Branch Foods, and proprietor of Eleven Acre Farm in Charlotte. VT

 

 

Kirk Jones

Kirk Jones

Kirk Jones - Lead Design Engineer

 

Cadd Design/ Engineer in Training/Wetlands and Nutrient Management Planning

Kirk is an environmental engineer, ecological designer, nutrient management researcher, and progressive educator with a penchant for global sustainability. His work focuses on crop and seed storage systems, watershed protection, nutrient reclamation, biochar production, and engineered wetlands. Kirk can be found developing designs on his computer, leading educational expeditions in rural Guatemala, or snowshoeing through his favorite Vermont woodland.

 

 

 Ken Mills – Landscape Architect (VTLA) -

Municipal Projects/ Master Planning/ Residential Projects

Ken is founder and proprietor of Terralogic Landscape Architecture, in Colchester, VT. Ken brings his master planning and architecture experience to WFS and assists in municipal and residential projects.

Glenn Coville - 

Mycoremediation/Ferrocement/Construction Project Director

Co-Founder of Wild Branch Valley Farm, Wild Branch Foods, and Whole Farm Services, Glenn offers extensive experience as a VT  herdsman, vegetable grower, mushroom farmer and builder. Raised in Alaska, and great grandson of the man who domesticated the high bush blueberry, he offers innovative approaches to thermal mass creation, season extension, and mushroom growing. Glenn and his family can be found on their 250 acre diversified farm in the northwoods of Craftsbury, VT.

 

Jeffrey Krull - Design/Build Project Manager

Design/ Infrastructure Planning / Project Manager

With a BA in architecture, Jeffrey brings innovative design ideas to the environment utilizing renewable energy, passive solar design, and thermal mass. As a stone mason, carpenter, and farmer Jeffrey adds a great mix of how to build farm structures that include unique features that you get excited to use them.