Tom Ward Hazel Interview: Permaculture Perspectives on Wildfire
Earth Repair Radio

This podcast was originally posted here, Earth Repair Radio.   In this episode we explore wildfire with renowned old growth Permaculture teacher and practitioner, Tom Ward, also known as Hazel. With the combination of climate changes and historic forest management, wildfires have reached a new level of threat and explosiveness. But not all wild fires are bad, and in fact, […]

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The Most Impressive Permaculturalist You’ve Never Heard Of: Alex Kronick of Caoba Farms
Abundant Edge Podcast

This podcast was originally posted on Abundant Edge, here.   Play Podcast Here:    I have an unusual interview for ya’ll today since I actually wont be the one conducting the interview. Instead, Neal Hegarty, one of the lead designers and team members here at Abundant Edge will be taking the reigns since he’s actually known Alex Kronick of Caoba farms […]

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Profitable Permaculture With Zach Loeks
Abundant Edge Podcast

This podcast was originally posted on Abundant Edge, here.     My guest today is Zach Loeks. The owner of the 50 acre Kula Permaculture farm in the Ottawa Valley of Ontario, Canada. There they run a local CSA, grow over 100 varieties of vegetables, herbs, fruits, nuts and trees , and even offer yoga retreats and children’s summer camps. Zach […]

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Promoting Permaculture Knowledge With Hannah Apricot Eckberg
Abundant Edge Podcast

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This podcast was originally posted on Abundant Edge, here.     My guest today is Hannah Eckberg. Along with being the co-founder, editor and creative director of Permaculture Magazine of North America, she has also been the president of “get oil out” which was recognized as the US’s first grass roots activist organization when she was only 19 and also the United […]

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Human Powered Machines with Tamara Dean
Abundant Edge Podcast

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This podcast was originally posted on Abundant Edge, here.     “My guest today is Tamara Dean, the author of the book “the Human Powered Home: choosing muscles over motors” which is an in depth look into the history, advancement, and modern applications of human powered machines. Having just finished reading this I can honestly say that I was immediately inspired […]

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Desert Regeneration and Examples of Permaculture Success with Neal Spackman
Abundant Edge Podcast

This podcast was originally posted on Abundant Edge, here. My guest today is Neal Spackman, Neal is best known for his work on the Al Baydah project in Saudi Arabia, and as the co-founder of the Sustainable Design Masterclass. Neal has been working for nearly a decade in one of the most arid regions of the world in a severely desertified […]

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The Real Green Revolution in Africa: Permaculture in Zimbabwe With Julious Piti
Sustainable World Radio

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Julious Piti is one of those folks who’s been using permaculture long before he had heard of the word. In Episode 90 of Sustainable World Radio, Jill interviews Julious Piti, a Permaculture designer and teacher, organic farmer, and conflict facilitator based in Zimbabwe. Julious has been using Permaculture in Africa to restore the health of both land and community. A founding member of […]

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The Future is Abundant – A Conversation With Larry Santoyo
Sustainable World Radio

Permaculture and Ecological Designer Larry Santoyo talks with Jill Cloutier about how the future is abundant, why he’s not into mainstreaming permaculture, permaculture crimes, how security is between your ears, and why we should seek to be valuable, not rich.   The point Larry makes about the future being abundant is such a powerful one, in the midst of all the fear mongering we experience […]

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Permaculture Tonight Interviews PMNA

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Last week we did our first interview with Permaculture Tonight, AKA Matt Powers, author of The Permaculture Student. We cover how this big project got started, the content of our first issue, the exciting upcoming issue, a bit about our permaculture business model, being female entrepreneurs, and a hodge podge of other stuff as well!!! Enjoy.       Facebook Twitter Google+ […]

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Homestead Butchering Q&A

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As many other permie folks,I have listened to a lot of Paul Wheaton’s podcasts. I think this is actually one of the first ones I listened to, and one of my absolute favorites. There is so much practical information that gets delivered in such a short amount of time. In this podcast, Brandon Sheath of Farmstead Meatsmith answers tons of […]

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