Podcast 515Paul sits down with Mike Haasl, Beau Davidson, and Ash Jackson to talk about this year's BB20 event, as well as plans for next year's event, and the PTJ.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
The Benefits of Johnson-Su Bioreactor CompostSUBSCRIBE and LISTEN TO FULL EPISODES:.Permaculture Voices Shared .
The massive potential in marine permaculture, with Brian Von HerzenBrian is an ocean scientist, engineer and entrepreneur, though much of his career has been in Silicon Valley where he developed innovative technical solutions for companies like Pixar, Dolby and Microsoft.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Fertilizer Free With InterplantingSUBSCRIBE and LISTEN TO FULL EPISODES:.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Pip Podcast #33: Wild Harvest with Diego BonettoIn this podcast Diego shares his passion for the ancient art of foraging. He shares some of his favourite cooking tips and theories on the reasons why many of us are rediscovering the lost art of foraging for wild food.Pip Permaculture Podcast Shared .
EPISODE 133: The Challenge of Designing a Regenerative Future with Alan BookerAlan Booker, author, engineer, permaculturist, and educator, talks with Matt Powers on A Regenerative Future about designing a bridge between engineering minds and ecological focused minds.Permaculture Tonight Shared .
We are Time Scouts, Designing for the FutureThe title for this episode is based on a quote from Bill Mollison that my guest, Geoff Christou, paraphrases in the middle of our conversation today about how Utopian literature, the need to imagine the future, and sharing that vision with others through stories, can help our work as permaculture practitioners.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
EPISODE 132: The Rhizophagy Cycle with James WhiteHis knowledge is deep and his perspective is inspiring. Don't miss this amazing episode where James White explains the Rhizophagy Cycle in Cycle, the paper that James White co-authored is available online for FREE here: can pre-order your copy of Regenerative Soil today - click.An Abundant Future with Matt Powers Shared .
Diving deep into ocean farming, with Joost Wouters of the Seaweed CompanyIt turns out that seaweed is the fastest growing biomass in the world. Seaweed farming itself, if done responsibly, has the power to address many of the ecological challenges we face today, without the use of land, fertilizer, or freshwater.The Abundant Edge Shared .
EPISODE 131: Exploring the Rabbit Holes of Soil with John KempfThis is the first in a series of podcasts where I discuss my new book, Regenerative Soil, with soil experts from a diversity of backgrounds and perspectives - these were previously recorded while I was writing and finalizing the book which is in the final formatting and review stages of its release.Permaculture Tonight Shared .
NEW PODCASTSUBSCRIBE and LISTEN TO FULL EPISODES:.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Passion in Practice: Resilience, Transformation, and Radical Self-CareThis episode marks 10 years of The Permaculture Podcast with Scott Mann, the longest-running English language podcast dedicated to the breadth and depth of permaculture.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
How to plant the rain in drylands and beyond, with Brad Lancaster, author of the Rainwater Harvesting booksIn the last handful of episodes we've explored permaculture earthworks for water harvesting landscapes and keyline design on large scales.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Making the most of your water on any farm, with Mark Shepard, Author of "Water for Any Farm"In this interview we start by talking about how the mismanagement of land and water has created the conditions we have today all over the world where topsoil is constantly eroded and water quickly becomes a destructive force rather than a rejuvenating one if it's left to run over bare landscapes.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Podcast 514Paul continues his discussion with Alan Booker on the subject of the wildfires active in the USA, mostly talking about prevention strategies like distributing ponds all over the place, uses for fallen branches, and populating forests with people to manage them.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Gayogohono Revitalization: Native Plants, Language, and PeopleA common refrain in permaculture is about our need to develop a sense of place.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Podcast 513Paul calls Alan Booker up to talk about the BBB, but decided to talk about the wildfires in the USA instead.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 512Paul continues his call with Alan Booker on the subject of the BBB. And although they started section 2.3 last podcast, they still don't finish it...Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Building a Better World in Your BackyardPermaculture practices begin in the landscape, with the training of a permaculture design course focusing on how to design in a way that restores soil, grows food and creates spaces for human needs, and cares for Earth, in ever-expanding zones.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
A Permaculture guide to Earth Surgery, with David "Doc Spice" SpicerIn this episode we talk about why it's so important to invest early on in a project to get your earthworks right because of what it can mean for the health of your land.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Podcast 511Paul calls up Alan Booker to continue their trek through the BBB, this time starting Chapter 2 and covering the introduction, 2.2: Science and the thousand names of god, and part of 2.3: Applying laws and principles to design.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 510Paul continues his consultation call with Evan, who owns land in Massachusetts. This podcast is mostly focused on the potential uses of hugelkultur beds, their placement and the overall quality of the soil on property.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 509Paul calls up Evan, who has some land in Massachusetts, and paid for one of Paul's consultations.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Designing for Clients: From Consultation to ImplementationWhen I left my permaculture design course I was fairly comfortable walking the landscape and looking for areas of shade or full sun, and tracking how that would change throughout the day.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
How to install ponds, dams, and water retention features, with Zach Weiss from Elemental EcosystemsIn today's session I wanted to focus more closely on a topic that I get a lot of questions about but have very little personal experience with, and that's building ponds, dams, and other water storage features on the land.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Podcast 508Paul Wheaton continues his discussion with Mike Haasl and Ash Jackson about the Badge Bits for the sand badge in animal care.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Businesses That Succeed PivotAdam is a microgreen farmer and the owner of Closed Loop Farms. His farm was servicing nearly one hundred restaurants in the Chicago area until the pandemic came.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 507Paul Wheaton meets up with Mike Haasl and Ash Jackson again to discuss the Badge Bits for the sand badge in animal care.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 506Paul Wheaton and Chris McClellan, AKA Uncle Mud, continue discussion of the design of the experimental tiny-house, Gilligan-proof rocket mass heater for the red cabin.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
DIY Garden AmendmentsMy guest today is Nigel Palmer, author of The Regenerative Grower's Guide to Garden Amendments.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
The Facts And Stories Behind Waterway Restoration, With Judith SchwartzShe also walks me through the ways it interacts with plant life to affect the rainfall of an area and hydrate the land.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Podcast 505Chris McClellan, AKA Uncle Mud, talks with Paul Wheaton about his visit to the labs, the experimental rocket mass heaters in the red cabin, and their flaws.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
The CSA Farm Sales ModelJessica Washkowiak from Field to Fork Farm joins me to talk about why she loves the CSA business model for their farm.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 504Paul Wheaton, Mike Haasl, Ash Jackson and Ashley Cottonwood discuss the badge bits for the sand badge in animal care.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 503Paul meets up with Mike Haasl and Ash Jackson again to actually talk about the animal care PEP badge this time.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
An Introduction to Biodynamic AgricultureMy guest today is Allen Clements, a permaculture practitioner who, when we recorded this interview in January, 2020, was completing his certification in Biodynamic Agriculture at the Pfeiffer Center in Spring Valley, New York.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
How we can overcome the looming water crisis in our cities with "the Godfather of Green" Jerry YudelsonDespite being best known for ecological building design and policy, in this interview we're going to focus on his book Dry Run, which unpacks some of the best ways to manage scarce water resources and handle upcoming urban water crises.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Podcast 502Paul meets up with Mike Haasl and Ash Jackson to try to talk about PEP animal care, but get sidetracked into thanking everyone for all the good stuff that's been happening.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Sourcing High-Quality Microgreen Seeds with Lisa Mumm of Mumm's Sprouting SeedsMost of those seeds are sourced locally in Saskatchewan. Lisa also details their extensive procedures that ensure that all of the seed they sell is pathogen-free.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 501Paul and Alexia Allen continue their discussion. They discuss why you shouldn't hire Paul to consult if you have dreams for your land, how "common sense" isn't so common, or at least varies depending on your upbringing, and Alexia's goal of becoming a farm grandma.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Managing ComplexityToday's interview was originally recorded by the Australian podcaster Dan Palmer for an episode of his excellent, Making Permaculture Stronger.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Why regenerating our oceans makes both public health and economic sense, with Dr. Enric Sala of National Geographic's Pristine Seas ProjectDr. Sala has received the Young Global Leader Award by the World Economic Forum, a Research Award from the Spanish Geographical Society, the Lowell Thomas Award from the Explorers Club, and a Hero Award from the Environmental Media Association.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Podcast 500Paul continues his discussion with Alexia Allen. They're still on community, but branch off onto discussing how to deal with people telling you what to do and think.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Great Crops Start with Great SeedsMicrogreen grower Chris Thoreau joins me to talk about the importance of sourcing high quality, pathogen-free seed for a microgreens operation.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Pip Podcast #32: Food ConnectIn this episode Pip editor, Robyn Rosenfeldt speaks with local food pioneers Emma-Kate Rose and Robert Pekin from Food Connect in Brisbane.Pip Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Podcast 4997 years since their last podcast ,10 since the chicken video and over a million views later, Paul Wheaton sits down to talk with Alexia Allen.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Steps to food security: saving seeds, with James Ulager, author of Beginning seed saving for the home gardenerToday's guest is James Ulager, the author Beginning Seed Saving for the home gardener, and though this certainly isn't a talk about farm scale seed saving and propagation, I thought it was essential to include in this series.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Podcast 498Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their review and discussion of the big black book, Bill Mollison's Permaculture - a designers' manual.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Crushing It Selling Spice Blends and Vegetables OnlineFarmer and Entrepreneur Chaz Daughtry.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 497Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their review and discussion of the big black book, Bill Mollison's Permaculture - a designers' manual.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 496Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their review and discussion of the big black book, Bill Mollison's Permaculture - a designers' manual.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Bringing farmland back into the hands of our communities, with Ian McSweeny of The Agrarian TrustOne of the biggest challenges that I've heard repeatedly both in the interviews in this series on regenerative agriculture as well as with peers and clients that I've collaborated with, is the difficulty for aspiring farmers to get access to land.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Creating Farm Efficiencies and Lessons Learned from Moving FarmsFarmer Erich Schultz joins me to talk about lessons he has learned after moving his farm several times over the past 10 years.Permaculture Voices Shared .
077: Kind CupKind Cup Kickstarter href= ">. Visit our site for a full transcript of this episode at."A Sustainable Mind Podcast Shared .
The Happiness Tree: Albizia julibrissinEpisode 33: Albizia julibrissin is one of my new favorite trees. Commonly called The Tree of Happiness, Persian Silk Tree, and Mimosa, Albizia is native to Asia and a member of the Fabaceae family.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Podcast 495Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their review and discussion of the big black book, Bill Mollison's Permaculture - a designers' manual.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 494Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their review and discussion of the big black book, Bill Mollison's Permaculture - a designers' manual.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Improving Broadscale AgricultureMy guest today is John Kempf, the author of the recently released Quality Agriculture. A farmer, teacher, and entrepreneur from Northeast, Ohio, John has spent more than 15 years developing a nutrition and farm management program that quickly restores soil health and maximizes plant resistance to disease and insects, while reducing costs and...The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Uniting women in agriculture for a regenerative food future, with Lisa KiviristThough this series on regenerative farming has covered a ton of different farming models, land management techniques, food production methods and design methods, one of the glaring absences in the perspectives I've included has been that of women, and I'm well aware of it.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Permaculture Values and Impact InvestingMy guest today is Laura Oldanie, a permaculture practitioner and the author behind the website Rich and Resilient Living, which focuses on how we can live a life and make financial decisions that lead to a regenerative future.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Applying syntropic farming methods for dryland regeneration, with Jacob EvansOver the years I've been hearing about a new pedagogy of land management that has been gaining in popularity, especially in agroforestry circles.The Abundant Edge Shared .
The Amazing Amaranth FamilyEpisode 32: Meet the broad and beautiful Amaranth family in this episode with farmer and seed saver Andrew McMillion.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Turning Lawns into MeadowsMy guest today is Owen Wormser. Owen is a sustainable landscape designer from Western Massachusetts and author of Lawns into Meadows: Growing a Regenerative Landscape, from Stonepier Press.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Restoring Spain's degraded farmland with regenerative agroforestry, with Alfonzo Chico de Guzman, president of AlVelAlNow Alfonzo is a unique example of a young man who decided to return to his origins on the land and help to his family farm after graduating with a degree in business administration.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Radically Deviant Financial StrategiesPaul Wheaton and Jennifer Richardson continue their discussion of radically different financial strategies, comparing Jacob Lund Fiskar's Early Retirement Extreme to life at wheaton labs, and respond to comments made on the ERE forum Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this...Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Creating Walkable CitiesMy guest today is Jeff Speck. Jeff is the author of Walkable City and Walkable City Rules.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Why Seeking Success Might Be the Worst Mistake Of AllSuccess and fulfillment aren't the same things and they don't necessarily go hand in hand.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Regenerating the rainforest by growing cacao with Alejandro Solano of Choco MashpiThough I've spoken to some great orchardists through this podcast, many of them are growing cold tolerant trees in far northern climates, but I wanted to get a perspective on running a holistically managed orchard in the tropics to explore how the beneficial interactions between some of the most prized tree and perennial products in the world...The Abundant Edge Shared .
Mesoamerican Permaculture InstituteMy guest today is Rony Lec of the Mesoamerican Permaculture Institute in Guatemala. I first became aware of Rony years ago through my friends at the Finger Lakes Permaculture Institute, but what I knew up until he and I sat down barely revealed the depth and breadth of his The post Mesoamerican Permaculture Institute - Rony Lec appeared first on...The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
What would agriculture look like with zero inputs? with Shane Simonsen, author of zero-input agricultureShane with his goats Though I've been inspired by all the amazing examples of regenerative farming through the people that I've interviewed through this series, there's one glaring commonality between all of them and that's the fact that the success of their enterprises all rely heavily on the destructive infrastructure that we currently have in...The Abundant Edge Shared .
The Science of Crop BreedingNikolay Georgiev joins me to talk about the process of breeding hybrid tomatoes. We get into the science discussing what is possible in terms of disease resistance and what problems breeding could solve.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Empowering PermacultureOver the last two decades, my guest Delvin Solkinson studied permaculture education all over the world by taking numerous permaculture design courses and teacher trainings, as well as completing multiple diplomas, with various teachers.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Podcast 491Paul Wheaton, Fred Tyler, Jennifer Richardson and Josiah Kobernik continue their discussion about how Paul's projects can help resolve childhood cancer and create bricks to build a better world.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Is permaculture still relevant to small farms and local food security? With Loren Luyendyk of Permaculture Intl.Permaculture has done an incredible job of raising awareness of natural land management techniques and teaching people to observe and read the patterns of the natural world to inform their interactions with the environment, but it often gets criticized for being impractical when it comes to apply its methods to profitable farming enterprises.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Pip Podcast #31: Mara RipaniMara Ripani is a photographer, cook, grower and Pip writer who is living the homesteader dream.Pip Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Podcast 490Paul Wheaton, Fred Tyler, Jennifer Richardson and Josiah Kobernik discuss the missing ‘brick' to build a better world, one that may prove to be the foundation stone: How to resolve childhood cancer, and how Paul's projects can help.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 489Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik host a live open Q&A about the proposed wofati greenhouse, The Kickstarter is now funded three times over.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
The Next EconomyMy guest today is Erin Axelrod, partner and worker / owner at LIFT Economy. She joins me to discuss how LIFT Economy is working to repatriate land, resolve housing issues, and create socially responsible businesses by investing in and providing support to women, indigenous, and people of color lead organizations.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
It's Never Too Late to Do Good ThingsWhat do you want to leave behind - an asset that society can build off or a liability that society has to clean up?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Creating the tools, resources, and community for a regenerative future in farming, with Ray Milidoni of Farming SecretsIn this interview Ray talks about the patterns and commonalities in the successful regenerative farming network that he works with and the power to create change at a societal level through inspiring education and new ways of thinking.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Podcast 488Paul Wheaton and Jennifer Richardson talk about the kickstarter for the truly passive wofati greenhouse, which will keep plants active throughout the Montana winter to process greywater.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
My Farm Journey with Liset GarciaLiset Garcia of Sweet Girl Farms joins me to talk about her first year of farming - how she started, what worked, and how she is evolving the business.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Living The Regenerative Life With Cuauhtemoc VillaCuauhtemoc is one of my best friends as well as my EM, Bokashi, Biochar, and Natural Farming mentor.Permaculture Tonight Shared .
Podcast 487Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their discussion of the big black book, Bill Mollison's Permaculture - a designers' manual.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Peace, Permaculture, and The GiftImage: Kai Sawyer at the Peace and Permaculture : Peace and Permaculture Dojo Tour) "The more generous we are, the more relaxed we'll be, the more wealthy we'll feel, and the more gifts these will cycle." - Kai Sawyer As we embody our values and live ever differently, how do we change the communities we The post Peace, Permaculture, and The Gift...The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Pioneering the urban farm revolution, with Michael Ableman, author of Farm the CityWelcome back to another episode in the ongoing series on Regenerative Agriculture. Up until now I've spoken with growers and producers on cutting edge of profitable regenerative landbased enterprises and management techniques in rural areas, but there's also a growing movement to produce food closer to where the heaviest concentration of people...The Abundant Edge Shared .
Podcast 486Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their review and discussion of Bill Mollison's the big black book.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 485Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker intend to do a page by page review of Bill Mollison's "Permaculture - a designers manual", also known as the Big Black Book.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
076: Is Bamboo the Next Big Thing? with Scott Brady of CarilohaScott Brady is the Vice President of Communications for Cariloha, based in Sandy, UT. He oversees all internal and external communications for the company.A Sustainable Mind Podcast Shared .
Farming for CommunityJames Grevious of Rebels in the Garden joins me to talk about the importance of farming for the community.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Pushing Foliar Applications into Hyperdrive with Richard Kamolvathin and Michael WittmanJoin Matt Powers, Richard Kamolvathin, and Michael Wittman as they discuss new innovations in foliar sprays for large and small scale agriculture and gardening.Permaculture Tonight Shared .
Plants as People CareMy guest today is Nathan Carlos Rupley. A member of my local permaculture community, he spends his time as a stay at home dad, self employed-artist, and aspiring hunter-gatherer.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
The Transition Town MovementMy guest for this episode is Rob Hopkins the creator of the idea of Transition Towns, a way for us to move from oil dependency to local resilience.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Stewarding the holistic health of a community orchardIn the past I've talked to quite a few orchardists and agroforestry practitioners, especially in the series on Reforestation and Agroforestry at the end of last season, but I was really glad to be introduced to Michael Phillips' work by a great friend of the show, Nick from Minnesota.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Planning for Future GenerationsIn today's episode, David Bilbrey returns to the host seat with Fred Kirschenmann. Fred joins us again to share more about his work at the Aldo Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture at Iowa State University and Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture and how those two places are working to allow us to plan not only for the world we have...The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
SEp 076; May on the Homestead and Irrigation SystemsPlanting, chipping, mulching, and irrigation has been the themes this month. Join us as we share all the happenings on our homestead including our NEW irrigation system that is making watering and fertilizing super simple!Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
PerspectiveFarmer Justin Gay joins me to talk about his thoughts on the murder of George Floyd while sharing his thoughts on what it is like to live life being Black in America.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Is hemp the answer to a regenerative future for American agriculture? with Doug Fine, author of American Hemp FarmerIn this interview, Doug shares the moment that he calls his climate Pearl Harbor which set his life on a new trajectory.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Returning to Permaculture Full-TimeAfter spending more than a year and a half balancing family; a day job; and the work of permaculture education, I'm returning to teaching and producing The Permaculture Podcast full-time as of the release of this episode.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
8 Tips for Hiring Better Farm EmployeesHiring troubles? Nervous about hiring? Then this is the episode for you. I am joined by Farmer and HR Specialist Jeremy Tolley of Red Thread Farm.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Clothes and Climate: The Environmental Cost of Fast FashionLearn how your clothing choices can change the world in this episode with writer Elizabeth Segran.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
The Art of Frugal HedonismCan you live an enjoyable, self-indulgent life while remaining thrifty and at the same time not overtaxing Earth's resources?The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
How to restore soil and ecological health on a massive scale with regenerative agriculture, with Gabe Brown, author of from dirt to soilIn this interview I asked Gabe about how he managed to persevere through some very challenging years in the beginning to develop the diversified and healthy landscape that his family manages today.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Have you found yourself in The Permaculture Pit?This weekend I was talking with a friend in the permaculture community when we realized we'd had the same experience.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Selling Online: A Decade of Experience Selling Online with Dan BriseboisFarmer Dan Brisebois shares some of his experience selling produce and seeds online. Their farm uses two different platforms to manage their seed sales and CSA program.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Principles in PracticeMy guest today is Eloisa Lewis. Eloisa is an American permaculture consultant, community building artist, activist and healer.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Essential tools to accelerate agricultural land regeneration, with Rhamis Kent, Co-director of the Permaculture Research InstituteIn this episode we start out by examining the economics of land degradation and how machinery has been a big driver in the ecological devastation that we are experiencing all over the world today and how it's misuse has created the conditions for the loss of millions of tons of topsoil every year as well as massive deforestation.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Pip Podcast #30: Aboriginal Fire Management with Victor SteffensenWe're Australia's permaculture magazine!Pip Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Selling Online: A Detailed Look at Local LineToday I talk to Cole Jones of Local Line - an online sales platform for online farm stores, food hubs, managing CSA's and for online farmers' markets.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Organizing and Supporting Our CommunitiesRhonda Baird, the editor Design Magazine and teacher and designer at Sheltering Hills Design, LLC., joins me to continue our conversation about creating change.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Can we make ecological agriculture mainstream by 2040? With John Kempf, author of Quality AgricultureI really liked the straight forward and pragmatic approach that John takes to these important questions.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Permaculture's Response To PandemicSignup for YOUR BEST GARDEN the FREE 3 part more about the Advanced Permaculture Student Online Abundantly, Learn Daily, and Live Powers.An Abundant Future with Matt Powers Shared .
Balancing Family and Farming with Laura PattersonLaura Patterson of Hand-Grown Greens joins me to talk about her entrepreneurial journey that involves switching careers, balancing family and work, raising kids as a business owner, and grower her business.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 484Paul, Fred, Jen, Josiah, Orin and other residents of Wheaton labs continue to discuss hugeluculture construction and iterative design at Allerton Abbey.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 483Paul, Fred, Jen, Josiah, Orin and other residents of Wheaton labs meet to discuss the next stage in creating Gertitude and hugelculture beds at Allerton Abbey.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Creatively Responding to a CrisisGavin Young > My guest today is Rob Avis, a permaculture practitioner from Calgary, Canada, and one of the founders of Verge Permaculture.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Championing a regenerative farming revolution in Europe, with Richard Perkins, author of Regenerative AgricultureWelcome back everyone to this ongoing series on regenerative agriculture. Last week we kicked off with an interview with Joel Salatin and in this session I've got another great interview with one of the most influential regen ag practitioners in Europe.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Selling Online: Bring Your Farmers' Market OnlineToday we're interviewing Jordan McPhee of Maple Bloom Farm from Prince Edward Island, whose farmers' market was recently shut down due to the COVID pandemic.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Being Present for Ourselves and OthersMy guest for today is Rhonda Baird, editor of Permaculture Design Magazine, and designer and educator at Sheltering Hills Design, LLC.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Saving Medicinal Plants with United Plant SaversEpisode 154: When medicinal at risk plants need help, United Plant Savers comes to the rescue!Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Joel Salatin has hope for a post-COVID regenerative agri-cultureIn this episode Joel and I discuss how this crisis has affected the farming industry at large but also the incredible impact it's had on small local farmers.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Indian Canyon, Decolonizing, and Indigenous Value Systems with Kanyon Coyote WomanIn this episode co-host David Bilbrey sits down with the teacher, activist, and permaculture practitioner Kanyon Sayers-Roods, also known as Coyote Woman, to talk about her work on the land at Indian Canyon, California to educate and inspire others in their understanding of the natural world, the connections between individuals and communities,...The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
A guide to resilient living wherever you areBoth in this episode and in the ebook, I'll be talking about what modern homesteading actually is, how it looks in different living configurations, how you can start taking your first steps towards a homesteading lifestyle, even if you're living in a tiny apartment in the city, what it means to work towards self sufficiency, ideas for ways to...The Abundant Edge Shared .
Episode 128Your Best Garden, the FREE Gardening Advanced Permaculture Student Online - 60% OFF RIGHT Post on the Shifting North Pole:.Permaculture Tonight Shared .
Podcast 482Paul meets with Fred Tyler, Josiah Kobernik, Jen Richardson and other residents of wheaton labs to work on the iterative design to turn allerton abbey into a one acre permaculture paradise.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Selling Online: Selling Online When the Farmer's Market ClosesKatherine Creswell of Moose Meadow Farm joins me to talk about why they started their online store.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Mycology and Citizen ScienceMy guest today is William Padilla-Brown, a mycologist, teacher, and social permaculture practitioner. I've known William for a long time and as you'll hear us mention, we've wanted to do this interview for years.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Profitably Growing Mushrooms on a Small FarmToday we're talking to John Findlay, who raises mushrooms on his farm in Ontario, Canada.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Building a more resilient life and investing in community, with Nicholas Burtner from The School of PermacultureToday's guest, NIcholas Burtner, is a permaculture designer, consultant and educator through his organization The School of Permaculture.The Abundant Edge Shared .
How to Produce More Product Faster for a Rapidly Growing Customer BaseChris Kiesz of Yellow Hutch Farm in Minnesota joins us to talk about picking up jobs and moving 2000 miles across the country to start his farm.Permaculture Voices Shared .
075: Eco-friendly Small Business with Moji Igun of Blue Daisi ConsultingHer company serves small businesses that want to reduce their waste and implement more earth-friendly business practices.A Sustainable Mind Podcast Shared .
Selling Online: Aggregating Vegetables and Selling Through an Online StoreMax Becher and Mike Roberts of Farmivore join me to talk about how they are aggregating products and selling them online in their farm store using Shopify.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Sold Our Home, Moved Into a Bus, and Started a FarmToday we interview Troy and Cindy Dickens of Tilth and Timber farm in MA. They are only a few months into their journey.Permaculture Voices Shared .
How to build resilience in your life in a rapidly changing world, with Ben Falk of Whole Systems DesignIn this interview, we break down the elements that have to be in place for a system to be considered resilient as well as the essential things that someone has to understand before they can start to interact with their land in a beneficial way.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Pip Podcast #29: Getting Started Gardening with The Hungry GardenerWelcome to the Pip Podcast number 29, and our first episode for 2020. In this episode Robyn talks about getting started gardening with Fabian Capomolla, aka the Hungry Gardener.Pip Permaculture Podcast Shared .
codes, insurance, and rocket mass heatersPaul Wheaton and Chris McClellan talk about building codes, insurance companies and rocket mass heaters.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Selling Online: Selling Vegetables with Shopify and Customer PickupsRay Tyler joins me to talk about his online store that runs on Shopify. We get into what he likes about the platform and how going online has allowed him to drastically increase his sales from compared to when he only did farmers' markets.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Scaling Your VisionDownload the YOU REMEMBER... Do you remember when you were asked to do something you didn't want to do and how you KIND OF did it?Permaculture Tonight Shared .
Uncovering Your PathLet me see if you can relate... Have you ever been exhausted, tired, and completely disconnected and then that special someone gives you an extra long hug and suddenly your mind clears, you've got a second wind, and you're suddenly present again?Permaculture Tonight Shared .
Planning Your EscapeI've raised almost 150k in crowdfunding in the past 6 years, launched 9 online courses, and published 16 books in 6 languages.Permaculture Tonight Shared .
From Manhattan to the Redwood Forest. An inner journey of rewilding, with Ayana Young of "For the Wild"Back when I spoke with Ayana we were not yet in pandemic lockdown here in Spain, but now that we are and now that the quarantine has been extended until at least April 11th, it looks like we here, and many people all around the world are getting a taste of isolated living, even though we may not have moved at all or are only one door away from...The Abundant Edge Shared .
Pastured Poultry Alternatives to the Cornish Cross Chicken with Luke GroceFarmer Luke Groce discusses some of the different breeds he has tried on his farm in his open cell pastured poultry system.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Selling Online: REKO Rings"How does a REKO-ring work? The ring is based on a closed Facebook group. The producer and consumer who want to take part apply for membership in the group he or she likes."Permaculture Voices Shared .
John Kempf on Soil Redox, Energy, and Nutrient AvailabilityJoin us for an extremely stimulating conversation with author, podcast host, researcher, and regenerative farmer, John Kempf who is at the cutting edge of soil science and working on his own foliar spray book for cultivators of all kinds.Permaculture Tonight Shared .
Emergency Management and Disaster PreparednessMy guest today is Chris Gilmour. A permaculture practitioner and emergency manager, Chris works with individuals and organizations to map their community assets and help prepare for uncertain events We recorded this conversation during the emerging COVID-19 pandemic to discuss practical solutions we can apply right now to make sense of the...The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
SEp: 075; Spring Planting, Listener Questions, and Permaculture Principles in the Kitchen GardenSpring has sprung on the homestead and today we share all the new seeds / plants we are looking forward to in 2020 as well as many steps we take to prep our garden for planting.Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Permaculture Homesteading in Nepal: A Story of Community Connection, with Zac Barton of Almost Heaven FarmsContinuing with our ongoing series on homesteading I wanted to talk to someone with a bit more of a similar experience to my own.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Pastured Raised PodcastToday's episode is a replay of Luke Groce's new podcast The Pasture-Raised Podcast. Listen to more episodes at.Permaculture Voices Shared .
EdensporeI'm joined by Robyn Mello, a permaculture teacher and designer, as well as the singer, songwriter, and herbalist, behind Edenspore.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Succeeding Despite Challenges and Selling Online with Los Perros Urban FarmToday we're talking to Buddha of Los Perros an urban farm in Malmö, Sweden. They're going into their 5th year farming and have faced a lot of challenges recently.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Island Creek Farm with Holly BrownMy guest for this episode is Holly Brown of Island Creek Farm, a small permaculture farm located in Huddleston, Virginia.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Next Level Cordyceps, Coping w/COVID-19, and The AMAZING Mycofest William Padilla-BrownWilliam Padilla-Brown is a citizen scientist, cordyceps expert, mycologist, author, and teacher - he joins us from his home to talk about COVID-19, Cordyceps, Mycofest, and More!Permaculture Tonight Shared .
Are You Ready For Something Completely Different?Learn Regenerative Business Planning, Scaling, and Reflection Skills with Matt Powers in a FREE Online Course - Click Here and Join Abundantly, Learn Daily, and Live Powers.Permaculture Tonight Shared .
How Fragile Is Your BusinessCould it survive a recession? How long could you survive at 50% of your current sales?Permaculture Voices Shared .
How to produce fresh food year-round, even in cold climates! With Pam Dawling, author of "The Year-Round Hoop House"I want to also send a quick message of solidarity to all of you around the world who have been affected by the coronavirus outbreak and economic impact of the response.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Powerful Lessons From The Coronavirus CovidPlease feel free to share in the comments on Souncloud or on our channel on Abundantly, Learn Daily, Live Regeneratively, and STAY SAFE!Permaculture Tonight Shared .
Podcast 480Paul Wheaton and Mike Haasl have been developing the PEP badges as part of the SKills to Inherit Property initiative.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Tips and Advice for Optimizing your Farm Website for CustomersFarmer Debra Bruner joins us to talk about selling to restaurants, partnering with other farms, buying another farm's products, and designing a better website.Permaculture Voices Shared .
The Argument For The Regenerative EconomyWe live in a regenerative world - it adapts to change, to challenge, and even to attack: it has systems that are anti-fragile if they are allowed to run their preset genetic programs.Permaculture Tonight Shared .
Podcast 479Paul Wheaton and Ben Lawson finish their discussion about dryland ponds, then switch to dealing with authorities, giving them correct answers, the value of overalls, relationships, polyamory, social permaculture, cryptocurrency and turning Paul into a cartoon.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Changing the Business Based on Customer DemandThis week we talk with Chris and Audra Wyant from central Illinois of Finding Eminence Farm.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 478Paul Wheaton and Ben Lawson continue their discussion of the creation dryland ponds and chinampa systems without the use of cement or bentonite and avoiding toxins.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Earth Skills, Permaculture and Wild AbundanceMy guest is Natalie Bogwalker, the visionary behind Wild Abundance, a permaculture skills center and homestead near Asheville, North Carolina.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Creative ideas for building your homestead on a budget, with John MoodyThe best part is that listeners of this show will have the opportunity to win a free copy of John's book "The Frugal Homesteader." Here's how it works, just leave a review of The Abundant Edge Podcast on iTunes and take a screenshot of your review.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Episode 125Episode 125 - Opaline Lysiak of Les Agron'hommes joins us from France to ask Matt Powers questions about launching her new traveling school program - Matt, in turn, interviews Opaline on her experiences adopting the practices in Unstoppable Enthusiasm, Matt's most recent published work.Permaculture Tonight Shared .
Podcast 477Paul Wheaton and Ben Lawson of tantrapunk.com discuss Ben's dream to make a dryland pond and chinampa system.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Thinking About Starting a Profitable Homestead or FarmsteadLearn more with Grassfed Life Courses.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Building a Brand and a FarmThis week we interview first-year farmers Quinn Richards and Theus Weiskopf of Farm Punk Salads in Portland Oregon.Permaculture Voices Shared .
The Wildcrafting BrewerTo honor the release of Pascal Baudar's new book, Wildcrafted Fermentation, I've re-mastered and re-released our conversations about his earlier works.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Growing and Improving a Microgreens Business with Max Beecher and Chris ThoreauThe benefits of building a microgreens business, and how to keep improving it. Chris's online course Growing Your Profitable Microgreens Business Paperpot Transplanter and Other Small Farm Equipment at.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Is it Realistic to Produce All Your Own Food? with Deborah Niemann, author of "Homegrown and Handmade"100 percent of their own meat, eggs, maple syrup, and dairy products, as well as a good portion of your vegetables, fruit, herbs, and honey.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Gardening the Permaculture Way: How to Create an Abundant Perennial GardenEpisode 153: Put down that shovel and start a no-till perennial garden! In this fun and informative interview, Permaculture Designer and Teacher Morag Gamble shares her tips about how to create an abundant and thriving organic oasis.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
The New Wildcrafted CuisineTo celebrate the release of Pascal Baudar's new book, Wildcrafted Fermentation, this and the next episode are about his earlier works, The New Wildcrafted Cuisine and The Wildcrafting Brewer.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Essential things to consider when making the shift to a homesteading lifestyle, with Natalie Bogwalker of Wild AbundanceIn this interview Natalie talks about her journey of making such a drastic change early on in her life, what she learned from the experience and how it has informed the way she lives and teaches on her homestead now.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Rising SeasWe are pressing down on the gas and adding to the momentum of the times - we've denuded the earth of life and soil, and we are confused by the world we live in, foreign to all our ancestral memories.Permaculture Tonight Shared .
Great Pastured Poultry Starts in the BrooderDarby discusses why good brooder management is so important for pastured poultry. Starting the chicks off to a good start in the brooder helps them excel in the field.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Can Your Farm Earn You a Living Wage?And why a living wage isn't enough. All questions answered in this episode of Farm Small Farm Smart.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 476Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik talk about the experimental use of a casserole lid as a door for a batch box rocket mass heater at Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 475Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik round off their discussion about the upcoming Jamboree at Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Karryn Olson-Ramanujan: A Pattern Language for Women in PermacultureIn this episode from 2014, one of my favorite people from the permaculture community, Karryn Olson-Ramanujan, joins us to share a pattern language she's identified for women in permaculture, which we can use to create a constructive permaculture movement so that together we can design a world with ever greater beauty, abundance, and inclusivity.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
11 Inspiring Examples to Give You Hope That the World's Forests can be RegeneratedAfter 11 interviews with experts on native reforestation, holistic orchard management, water retention landscapes, perennial crop agriculture and more, I learned a lot of new things about the state of the world's forests and the tools and knowledge we have to regenerate them.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Podcast 474Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik continue their discussion about the upcoming Jamboree at Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Question EVERYTHING! !Why is mycology, soil science, biology, medicine, biology, the classification systems of life, and more experiencing such turnover?Permaculture Tonight Shared .
Podcast 473Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik talk about the upcoming Jamboree, formerly called the Appropriate Technology Course, at Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Growing Great Microgreens Starts with the Great SoilMicrogreen grower Chris Thoreau joins me to talk about the importance of soil in growing microgreens.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 472Paul Wheaton and Josiah Kobernik round off their discussion of the design and construction of the roundwood timber-frame earth sheltered berm shed at Wheaton labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Joel Salatin on Farming, Experience and Mastery.Joel Salatin shares his thoughts on farming, the importance of experience, and the role of mastery over ourselves and our chosen discipline.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Podcast 471Paul Wheaton and Josiah Kobernik continue their discussion about the earth sheltered berm shed on Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
How to grow a mature Native forest in just a few years, with afforestt founder Shubhendu Sharma: 146Towards the end of this interview you'll hear Shubhendu and I talking about the possibility of the launch of a new kickstarter campaign to create a video series on how to plant your own native forest in record time anywhere in the world.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Podcast 470Paul Wheaton and Josiah Kobernik talk about the earth sheltered Berm shed. It is a roundwood timber-framed structure used as storage on Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Cattle GrazingLearn more with Grassfed Life Courses.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Tips for Buying and Growing ln High TunnelsThis week we talk about high tunnels with Nicolas Donck who owns 28! He's not going for high tech, he goes for low tech, a minimum viable product.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Restoration Agriculture with Mark ShepardMy guest for this episode, which originally aired in 2014, is Mark Shepard, owner of New Forest Farm and author of Restoration Agriculture.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
074: Kamea Chayne of Green Dreamer Podcast on Sustainable Fashion and MindfulnessKamea Chayne is an author, creative, the curator of. In this episode Marjorie and Kamea Chayne discuss:.A Sustainable Mind Podcast Shared .
SEp: 074 Gardening and Cooking with Kids to Encourage Healthy Eating with Leah Webb from Deep Rooted WellnessIncluding our Kids in our Gardening and Cooking allows us to teach them SO many important life skills, including encouraging healthy eating!Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Mark Shepard on how to make the most of your water on any farmIn this interview I got to speak with Mark about how his decades of experience on his own farm as well as designing and consulting on farms all over the country helped him to solve some of the shortcomings from the original keyline design system.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Using The Winter for Planning Your Farm SeasonDarby discusses how to take advantage of the winter break to plan out your farm season so you can hit the ground running in the spring.Permaculture Voices Shared .
CBD Hemp for Small FarmsThe what, the why, the how, and the economics of raising hemp on a small scale farm?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Thoughts on Differents Cattle Breed CrossesDarby answers a question about which chicken tractor design is the best? Learn more with Grassfed Life Courses.Permaculture Voices Shared .
What Should a Market Farmer's Fair Annual Income Be?How much should you be making as an owner / operator of a small scale farm?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 469Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker do a book review of the 12th and final chapter of Gaia's Garden by Toby Hemenway.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 468Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker do a book review of the 12th and final chapter of Gaia's Garden by Toby Hemenway.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Can You Make a Living on a Small Farm?What does running a small farm really look like from a business perspective? How much money can you make, how much work is it, and what does your lifestyle look like?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 467Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker do a book review of the 12th and final chapter of Gaia's Garden by Toby Hemenway.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
1839My guest today is the renowned animal behaviorist Fred Provenza, who joins me to talk about how we can reconnect with the foods that feed our bodies and reclaim our nutritional wisdom.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Podcast 466Paul, Jennifer, and Ron finish their discussion about WWOOF. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this thread at Permies.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
FiefdomsDarby will share his thoughts on what worked, what didn't and what he wished he did better.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 465Paul, Jennifer, and Ron continue their discussion about WWOOF. Josiah is out on holiday. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this thread at Permies.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
What Exactly is "No-Till"?.Is no-till farming actually worth it? Is the amount of compost required worth the investment, and do the results actually stack up in comparison to tilling?Permaculture Voices Shared .
073: Seabin Project's Pete Ceglinski on Cleaning Our Oceans, Simple Solutions, and Focusing UpstreamAustralian surfer, father, and clean ocean advocate Pete Ceglinski is the CEO and Co-Founder of the Seabin Project.A Sustainable Mind Podcast Shared .
Podcast 464Mike Haasl and Paul Wheaton talk about PEP and SKIP programs, focusing on Foraging. Part 2 of 2.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
2020 VisionEach winter, in those weeks between Christmas and the new year, I sit down and look forward to what the year ahead holds.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Which Chicken Tractor Should I Use?Darby answers a question about which chicken tractor design is the best? Learn more with Grassfed Life Courses.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 463Mike Haasl and Paul Wheaton talk about PEP and SKIP programs, focusing on Foraging. Part 1 of 2.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 462Paul, Josiah, Jennifer, and Ron talk about being a WWOOF Host. Part 3 of 3.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
10 Life Changing Lessons to Live Your Best 2020Today I will be sharing some of what I learned as Javan and I each go through our top 5 lessons from 2019.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Checking in with Granja Tz'ikin and the season finale, with Neal Hegarty: 144Here we are! The end of 2019 and season three of this podcast. For those of you who've been following this show for a while you know that I went through a lot of big changes this year, most notably a big move from the permaculture farm startup that I worked on for for about 16 months in Guatemala.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Podcast 461Paul, Josiah, Jennifer, and Ron talk about being a WWOOF Host. Part 2 of 3.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
072: People of Color in the Outdoor Community with Jose Gonzalez of Latino OutdoorsHe is an experienced educator as a K-12 public education teacher, environmental education advisor, outdoor education instructor and coordinator, and university adjunct faculty.A Sustainable Mind Podcast Shared .
Beating Cancer and Living the DreamJason Conteras joins me to talk about his journey from working in an office in Southern California to battling cancer to moving across the country to homestead with his family in North Carolina.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Pip Podcast #28: Damon GameauIt's Pip podcast time! Today Robyn is in conversation with Damon Gameau, actor, filmmaker and director of the new film 2040.Pip Permaculture Podcast Shared .
10 Big Lessons to Change Your Life with Javan BernakevitchToday's episode is a BEST OF episode, which is a replay of a previously aired episode.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Turn your orchard into a resilient ecosystem with these steps! From Stefan Sobkowiak of Miracle Farms: 143We've covered so many different ways to approach reforestation, both with native species and mixes of natives and orchard trees.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Podcast 460Paul, Josiah, Jennifer, and Ron talk about being a WWOOF Host. Part 1 of 3.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Storytelling for Social ChangeMy guest today is Andrew Slack. He joins me to share his thoughts and personal experience on how to use storytelling to create social change.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Can You Make a Living Growing Microgreens?In this episode Chris Thoreau joins me to explore the idea - Can you actually make a living growing microgreens?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 459Jennifer and Josiah the Boots join Paul to talk about the Annualized Thermal Inertia tests for Allerton Abbey.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Fantastic Fungi: An Interview with Louie SchwartzbergEpisode 152: Famed cinematographer Louie Schwartzberg talks about his new film Fantastic Fungi that highlights the fascinating and often hidden world of the fungi beneath our feet.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Why forests are key to the future of agriculture, with Darren Doherty, co-author of the Regrarian's Handbook: 142The last time I caught up with Darren Doherty for this podcast was back in season two.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Surviving the Future with Shaun ChamberlinOriginally Released: December 10, 2016) Today is part two of the conversation with Shaun Chamberlin , editor of Lean Logic and Surviving the Future, on the work of David Fleming.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
The Importance of Self-Care On the FarmJordan MacPhee of Maple Bloom farm joins me to talk about facing challenges on the farm this year, just like any of us out there in the field.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Even the driest deserts can be regenerated. Here's how! With Neal Spackman of the Al Baydha project: 141I had the pleasure of catching up again with Neal Spackman, one of the primary designers and organizers of the Al Baydha project in Saudi Arabia.The Abundant Edge Shared .
Farming Trees Not VegetablesToday's episode is a BEST OF episode, which is a replay of a previously aired episode.Permaculture Voices Shared .
The Farming LifestyleFarmer and Homesteader Jesse Frost joins me to talk about his journey into homesteading and farming.Permaculture Voices Shared .
What About Christmas? with Ethan HughesOriginally Released: December 14, 2015) Enjoy this episode? Become a Patron. In this conversation, that arises from a listener question posed by Amelia, Ethan shares ways that we can transform our holiday experience from a consumption-driven exchange to one where gifts are given based on need or in service to others.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
A strategy for a global shift to perennial agriculture, with Professor Peter Kahn from Rutgers University: 140In all the research I've been doing for this ongoing series on reforestation and agroforestry I've struggled to find any reports or serious articles that outline the potential steps to transition the world's agricultural model on a large scale from one that's based on annual crops and the intensive cultivation that they require to one based on...The Abundant Edge Shared .
Pip Podcast #27: Natalie IsaacsWelcome to our latest Pip Podcast! We're up to our 27th podcast, and in this episode Robyn chats with Natalie Isaacs - inspirational woman and founder of One Million Women.Pip Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Lean Logic: The Work of David FlemingOriginally released: November 20, 2016) My guest today is Shaun Chamberlin, the editor of Lean Logic: A Dictionary for the Future and How to Survive It and Surviving the Future, both of which are based on the work of the late David Fleming.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Raising Cattle on Without a lot of LandDarby answers a question about raising cows or sheep when you don't have much land.Permaculture Voices Shared .
SEpp 073; Growing and Preserving a Years Worth of Food with Melissa K. Norris from Pioneering TodayDo you want to fill your pantry with a years worth of food? Me too!Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
How your web searches can help reforest the world, with Pieter Van Midwoud, lead tree planting officer at Ecosia: 139Continuing with this series on reforestation and agroforestry, I got the chance to speak with Pieter Van Midwoud, the lead tree planting officer of the search engine company Ecosia.The Abundant Edge Shared .
071: Emotional Sustainability and Self-care with JJ FlizanesJJ Flizanes is an Empowerment Strategist and the host of several podcast including People's Choice Awards nominee Spirit, Purpose and Energy.A Sustainable Mind Podcast Shared .
070: Purpose and Cause-based PodcastingHave a passion for a worthy cause? Want to start a podcast? Let's team up!A Sustainable Mind Podcast Shared .
Common Microgreen Diseases and Solutions to ThemMolds, fungus, viruses - oh my! Depending on your growing environment you may encounter one or perhaps even all of these diseases.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Alley cropping as a remedy for slash and burn agriculture with James Potter from the Indga Foundation: 138The first three interviews in this ongoing series on reforestation and agroforestry have highlighted small personal projects on private land, each with a different person in south or mesoamerica whose primary motivations are to restore the forests and biodiversity of their land.The Abundant Edge Shared .
SEpp 72; Prep now for Spring Soil, Winterizing the Farm, and OUR Skunk storySoil building is the 'secret sauce' to a thriving and productive garden. In this episode we share with you a simple 3 step process that you can do RIGHT NOW to prep your soil for spring.Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
The Mighty OakEpisode 31: Journey into the world of Quercus, the amazing Oak. Horticulturalist Byron Joel is an avid Oak fan and shares his knowledge about Oaks from tiny acorn to robust tree.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Climate Change and The Path AheadOriginally Released: May 25, 2017) Giulianna Maria Lamanna, of The Fifth World, drops a huge two-part question on us in this episode, a continuation of the MAPC 2016 Q&A.The Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Building a Farm Following Online and In-Person with Josh SattinFarmer Josh Sattin from Sattin Hill Farm joins me to talk about how he built up a farm following for his new farm pretty quickly - both online and in-person with local chefs.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Raising American Guinea Hogs, The Homestead Pig with Cathy PayneThis BEST OF episode is a replay of a previous episode of the Grassfed Life Podcast - While American Guinea Hogs are suited to a wide variety of environments and will do better than most breeds on low-grade forage, they prefer lush pastures with clover along with access to minerals, kitchen scraps, quality hay in winter, clean water to drink,...Permaculture Voices Shared .