Urban Herbs: Growing Medicinal Plants In The City
Sustainable World Radio

  Do you live in a city and want to grow your own herbal medicine? In this episode, urban farmer and community herbalist Bonnie Rose Weaver shares the joys of growing medicinal plants in an urban environment. In 2014, Bonnie launched the Seed to Bottle Apothecary 1849 Medicine Garden, a project that taught urbanites about the benefits of locally grown plant […]

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Eat Mesquite and More! with Brad Lancaster and Jill Lorenzini
The Permaculture Podcast with Scott Mann

My guests today are Jill Lorenzini and Brad Lancaster of Desert Harvesters, here to discuss the new bioregional cookbook Eat Mesquite and More! We use that as a frame to talk about how to learn more about our natural world, to invite ourselves into wild spaces, and to deepen our sense of place through connection to the land, plants, and the meals that […]

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Amazing Grains with Larry Kandarian
Sustainable World Radio

Larry Kandarian   Larry Kandarian is an organic farmer and ancient grain advocate. In this episode, Larry takes us on a whirlwind tour of Kandarian Organic Farms where he grows over 200 varieties of plants. As you’ll hear in the interview, Larry is a man with a mission- growing the most ancient and nutrient-dense grains he can find and providing the world with […]

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The Wild Potential of Mycology with Peter McCoy, Author of Radical Mycology: 052
Abundant Edge Podcast

This podcast was originally posted on Abundant Edge, here.   Play Podcast Here:       Today we’re gonna take a deep dive into the wide world of mycology and fungi with Peter McCoy, the author of Radical Mycology and founder of Mycologos, a new online educational platform for courses on mushroom and fungal cultivation and knowledge. Peter has been studying mycology for […]

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Permaculture earthworks demystified with Douglas Barnes, author of “The Permaculture Earthworks Handbook”
Abundant Edge Podcast

This podcast was originally posted on Abundant Edge, here.   Play Podcast Here:   My guest today is here to demystify one of the aspects of permaculture design that I hear the most questions about, but also one of the issues that I see folks most entrenched in their viewpoints about. I’m talking about earthworks; one of the first aspects that […]

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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 […]

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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 is also […]

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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 Hemp council […]

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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 to start […]

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