Corey Alan Badgley
Corey Alan Badgley is an avid nature lover, sustainable contractor/builder, and artist by trade. The past twenty years he has traveled as a W.O.O.F.'er (World Organization of Organic Farming) both throughout the U.S. as well as Europe, apprenticed at The Center For Alternative Technology in Whales, lived on a deserted island off the Florida Keys surviving off the fruits of the land, and homesteaded an acre organic garden for 8 years. For the past year Corey lived and traveled with his family in a self-refurbished 1967 Flexible bus motorhome supporting organic sustainable living cooperatives around the U.S. and volunteering his time at both the 2016 and 2017 Sat Nam kundalini festival in Joshua Tree, Ca.
As a husband, father of four, and grandfather of two grandchildren, Corey enjoys nurturing his home back in Michigan, preparing nurturing healing meals from local organic produce as well as wild edibles, spending time with family, building wooden play toys for his grandchildren, organic gardening, and playing music. His passions include nature based simplistic living, sustainable conscious community organizing, as well as working with his hands to create efficient, holistic, and healing works of practical art.