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One of the premier Permaculture teachers and designers in North America with over two decades of experience in the field. His passionate and visionary presentations and curriculum have inspired and motivated teachers, students since his days as a high school teacher at a open community free school which he graduated from in 86' in Glenmoore, PA. Andrew lived off the grid in West Virginia for 8 years where he designed and built his Permaculture Ph.d homestead including a 1600 sq ft strawbale ...
 
Welcome to the Permaculture Princess Podcast! Here you will find a mixture of glamour & greens! Health is a multi-faceted journey that must be approached holistically. Therefore, as a personal trainer, health coach, homesteading wife, mother, lover of food and nature, and disciple of Christ, this podcast acts as a space for sharing all the physical, mental, spiritual, and environmental actions that lead to a more abundant landscape and lifestyle!
 
Join farmer, educator, and author Takota Coen as he explores how you can design and develop land anywhere in the world to provide for your food, water, shelter, energy, and other needs in a way that is good for all people, the planet and our future. Takota Coen is the co-author of "Building Your Permaculture Property: A 5 Step Process To Design and Develop Land", an instructor with Verge Permaculture, and co-owner of Coen Farm, a 250 acre award winning permaculture farm, in Alberta Canada. F ...
 
Learning From and Working With Nature- Interviews, news, and commentary about ecology, permaculture, organic gardening, sustainability, green living, and ethnobotany. Since 2004, Sustainable World has interviewed experts from around the globe; experts who learn from and work with nature. Tune in to discover positive solutions to environmental challenges; solutions that adhere to the Permaculture Ethics of Earth Care, People Care, and Fair Share. Visit us at www.sustainableworldradio.com
 
We help permaculture practitioners find greater meaning and balance in their work so they can do the regenerative work they feel called to do. You want to change the world… We all do in one form or another. You might have taken that Gandhi quote to heart to, "be the change you wish to see in the world." The challenge is knowing where to start and overcoming that feeling of overwhelm as we embody that change. The Seeds of Tao Podcast shares the real-life journeys of those in and around the pe ...
 
Sharing Insights Podcast sets out to share stories, strategies, and insights among operators of ecologically & socially beneficial projects, in Costa Rica. These stories provide landowners everywhere access to unique ideas for how they, too, might design their own business models for greater success and impact.
 
New thinking for a sustainable future. Based on, but not limited to, permaculture ethics and principles. We believe strongly in community, ethical food production, care of our soil, permaculture thinking, as well as organic and regenerative growing. We also inspire new ways of solving problems and support bringing people together as a focused, caring community.
 
Permaculture Lifestyle aims to apply the principles and ethics of permaculture to our everyday lives -- to align our core values and our daily habits towards a more sustainable, ecologically conscious way of thinking and interacting. Join host Sam Sycamore in discussion about living intentionally, finding purpose in the modern era, and taking meaningful action to heal the world by healing ourselves.
 
The Good Life Revival Podcast explores the ways that we can align our core values and our daily habits towards a more sustainable, ecologically conscious way of life. Join host Sam Sycamore in discussion about living intentionally, finding purpose in the modern era, and taking meaningful action to heal the world by healing ourselves.
 
The world is full of negative news and the planet is in crisis. This it can be downright disheartening and you feel that there is nothing that you can do. I am here to provide a different perspective. The Permaculture for the Future Podcast is about spreading positive and impactful stories, tips, and ways that each one of us can transition into a regenerative lifestyle. We talk about simple ways to make lifestyle changes and interview authors, teachers, and other folks that are collectively ...
 
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Paul continues his review of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise with Opalyn, Mark, and Katie along for the ride. They spend this part talking about monks, that is the device used to drain water from a pond, not a type of priest, how Sepp modified the common design, potential flaws with it, and ways to counteract them. Support the podcast on Patreon S…
 
27 maart zou eigenlijk compostdag zijn geweest. Wat heeft compost te maken met de natuurlijke basisbestanddelen van jouw tuingrond? En: tijdens een plotselinge sneeuwbui duikt Ivonne haar hobbykas in. Daar vertelt zij jou, hoe jij fan kunt worden van jouw eigen groene audio. Zoals altijd vind je meer info en links in de shownote.…
 
This is Episode #29. Today, I am having a fangirl moment because I am interviewing the man who is responsible for officially putting a “permaculture” hook in my brain. Mark Shepard is the CEO of Forest Agriculture Nursery LLC, founder of Restoration Agriculture Development LLC and award-winning author of the book, Restoration Agriculture: which hap…
 
For some years I’ve been itching to get permaculture designer, teacher and author Looby Macnamara on the show and that dream has finally come true. Not only that, we had such a lovely chat we’ve already booked in a second conversation, where Looby will take us through what she calls her permaculture design web. Find out more about Looby’s books and…
 
▶️ Join Ben Falk and I for a Free Online Summit https://www.mypermacultureproperty.com Ben and I talk about his plans to revise his book "The Resilient Farm and Homestead", what it's like living on a permaculture property for almost 2 decades, the increase of "COVID Refugees" to the permaculture space, why we should all be naked more, our favourite…
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise with the usual suspects among his patreons, discussing food shelf life, the Extremadura project Sepp took on, pond making, and some gushing about his latest Kickstarter success. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on th…
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise with Mark, Katie, et al. In this part, they talk about Sepp’s contribution to an orchard in Andalucia. They discuss frost protection, crater gardens, frost pockets, CO2 pools, orchards, and a possible origin on Sepp’s beliefs about water. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and dis…
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise with Mark, Katie, et al, and discuss Sepp’s permaculture project in Tamera, Portugal. They talk about the area’s rainfall, how stretgy behind the dam, the effects of the dam, and a few grumbles on how much pushback he got. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More inf…
 
Paul continues his discussion with Kyle and Mark on land buying, along with a solid sidetrack into SKIP. Kyle found three properties and got Paul to look them over and they discussed the price, area, rainfall, temperature, creeks, mold control, flooding, and fire service access. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More informat…
 
Paul continues his call with Kyle and Mark about land buying, covering topics including how desirable is north/south facing slope, soil depth, how many weeds are one the land, possible legal issues with creeks (particularly if they have fish), and wells. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of thi…
 
Paul sits back down with Kyle and Mark to continue talking about how to buy land, although Mark takes a while to show up so they spend the time talking about residual income streams. When they get back on topic, they talk about soil building, terraces, and how much slope is desirable. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More in…
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Hozler’s Desert or paradise with Mark, Matt, Opalyn, et al, and discuss pond shapes, the soil’s ability to store water, flaws with conventional reservoir design, pond sealing, how to deal with silt buildup, and more. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this po…
 
Paul continues his discussion with Kyle and Mark on the subject of land buying, and discuss the differences between keeping cattle and goats and sheep, how much land to dedicate to privacy berms, and how some different types of business spray differently. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of th…
 
On today’s podcast: how to select land for permacultue, with Kyle, Mark, and Paul. Subjects also talked about in this podcast include types of neighbors, financing for land purchase, how much land to get for different purposes and how to avoid a couple of pitfalls. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discus…
 
▶️ Join Mark Shepard and I for a Free Online Summit https://www.mypermacultureproperty.com Mark and I chat about why permaculture went from "permanent agriculture" to "gardening on steroids", P.A. Yeomans Scale of Permanence, design process, and much more. Mark Shepard is a Permaculture farmer, homesteader, author of Restoration Agriculture: Real W…
 
I recently enjoyed the first of what I hope will be many lovely conversations with Takota Coen about permaculture’s potential. Takota is co-author of the new design process book Building Your Permaculture Property. In Takota’s words, we “talk about how a lack of a living, adaptive process is holding permaculture back from reaching its fullest poten…
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise with Opalyn, Mark, Katie, et al, covering pages 27 to 37 as well as a discussion on the concept of obligation being poisonous, using paddock shift to prevent damage to landscapes, and Sepp’s time on an oak project in spain. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More in…
 
Building community is a central focus for many back-to-the-land projects. Most commonly, that community is comprised of internal share-holding members, long-term guests, or the extended community of the surrounding village. For some projects, that would also include short-term guests and off-site investors. No matter what community means to you, ma…
 
In today’s episode, co-host David Bilbrey continues his exploration of business and permaculture as he sits down to hear from Mark Simpson about how Mark applied the ideas of Holacracy and Self Management to a hierarchical business. This resulted in a flattening of that vertical organization into a vastly more horizontal one that creates empowermen…
 
Paul sits down with the usual suspects among his patrons (Mark, Elliot, Katie, Julia Winter, et al. to review pages 17 to 27 of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise, covering points such as water storage, the spreading Sahara, water “information”, and a brief rebuttal to the “everything is chemical” argument. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes a…
 
Dan and Takota talk about how a lack of a living, adaptive process is holding permaculture back from reaching its fullest potential, and what we can all do about it. Dan Palmer is a design educator, author and podcaster living in NZ. As well as helping run a permaculture design firm called Very Edible Gardens, Dan is a co-developer of a holistic de…
 
Spullen ongebruikt laten liggen is zonde. Ze kosten veel energie door de benodigde grondstoffen, productie en transport. Zorg voor hergebruik. Ivonne deelt haar ervaringen met haar 'spullencheck'! En verder: Met grond bedoelen we het losse materiaal aan de oppervlakte van de aardkorst. Kijk eens naar jouw tuingrond. Herken je de basisonderdelen? Iv…
 
This is Episode #28. Brandon LaGreca was on episode #22 where we discussed Acupuncture, Eastern Medicine and his book about EMFs and Cancer. If you haven’t listened to that episode, I HIGHLY recommend you pause and go back, because it will give a great foundation about who Brandon is, and why we are so grateful to hear from him again! Today, we con…
 
Episode 160: Lonny Grafman has worked with hundreds of communities around the globe assisting them with projects across a broad spectrum of sustainability. In this inspiring episode Lonny reflects on his decades of work and shares his knowledge and experience about how to build more resilient communities. Lonny talks about his early beginnings as a…
 
Episode three of the Permaculture Smackdown continues with Paul and six of his patrons – Katie, Kyle, Elliot, Julia Winter, Opalyn et al. to review up to page 16 of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise. This episode finishes off from page 10 and talks about the concept of purple, goals, and the place of heavy machinery in permaculture. Support the podc…
 
Episode three of the Permaculture Smackdown continues with Paul and six of his patrons – Katie, Kyle, Elliot, Julia Winter, Opalyn et al. to review up to page 16 of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise. In this episode, they cover between pages 4 and 10 and talk about any ideas that stand out to them. And hugelkultur. Support the podcast on Patreon Sho…
 
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