The Permaculture Podcast

Caring for Earth, Ourselves, and Each Other.

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My guest today is Robyn Mello, the program director for Philadelphia Orchard Project, and is a deeper look at her life, work, and thoughts within and beyond that project, which she provided a brief overview to in Episode 1609: An Introduction to the Philadelphia Orchard Project. Give that episode a listen to learn more about how this non-profit installs orchards throughout the city of Philadelphia.
 
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Wednesday Jul 03, 2024


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This Permabyte is a reading by Byron of his article "A Lesson in Identity".
 
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Saturday Jun 29, 2024

In this episode Mary and Andrew sit down to interview Brian and Alexandra of Inspiration Farm to talk about their journey with their farm and permaculture, starting in 1994 when they moved to the land and named the farm, to their encountering Permaculture for the first time 12 years later. Throughout, you’ll hear how they create a thriving, viable, farm, on a little less than 9 acres, with perennials and annuals with an ever-evolving experimental blend of enterprises growing food, producing art, and teaching others. With this work, Brian and Alexandra are also deeply involved in their local and regional communities, drawing in like-minded people, supporting one another, and providing ongoing inspiration.
ResourcesInspiration FarmSalish Seed GuildWhatcom PermacultureRegenerate Cascadia

Wednesday Jun 26, 2024


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Wednesday Jun 19, 2024


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My guest for this episode is Dina Falconi, an herbalist from the Hudson Valley of New York and the author of the gorgeous book Foraging and Feasting, which you’ll find at botanicalartspress.com.
 
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Saturday Jun 15, 2024

Today’s episode is a new interview with Andrew Millison, recorded by Mary Marshall and Andrew Tuttle.
Starting with Andrew's history with permaculture, in 1996 through to the present, first with ecological landscape design and construction in Arizona and how it has bloomed into a broader outreach through not only his teaching, but also through his work as a videographer documenting projects around the world. Throughout, he discusses the problems we face, on global, local, and personal scales and the realities of what it is to do this work, and to do it well.
ResourcesAndrew MillisonAndrewMillison.comYouTube ChannelInstagramOSU Permaculture Design Certificate Program
Natalie TopaProfile at Permaculture Women’s GuildNatalie’s YouTube

Wednesday Jun 12, 2024


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Wednesday Jun 05, 2024


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My guest for this episode is the rewilder Peter Michael Bauer, from Portland, Oregon, who is also a trained permaculture practitioner who studied under Toby Hemenway. Peter is the executive director of Rewild Portland, an environmental education non-profit that uses hands-on workshops and classes to teach earth-based arts, skills, and technologies.
 
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Wednesday May 29, 2024

In today's episode, co-hosts Mary Marshall and Andrew Tuttle sit down with Jude Hobbs of Cascadia Permaculture to talk about functional hedgerows.Listen for another new interview from Mary and Andrew, where they talk to Andrew Millison about his work and journey as a content creator and educator. That episode is out in a few weeks.Until then, spend each day expanding your knowledge and deepening your understanding, while taking care of Earth, yourself, and each other.Support the Podcast1. Donate to Scott's Health Journey and the Future of the Show.2. Join our Patreon Community!ResourcesJude HobbsCascadia PermacultureCurrent Courses and TrainingsWhat Are Hedgerows?The Functions of Hedgerows and Living FencesMulti-Functional Hedgerows: A Book in ProgressMultifunctional Hedgerows (PDF Download)Earlier Material with Jude HobbsJude Hobbs - What is a Permaculture Teacher Training? (2015)Review: The Permaculture Teacher Training (2011)Jude Hobbs Defines Permaculture (2011)Other ResourcesSalmon-Safe

Wednesday May 22, 2024


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My guest for this episode is Sandor Katz, author of Wild Fermentation, The Art of Fermentation, and The Revolution Will Not Be Microwaved. If you’ve practiced any kind of fermentation and went looking for a recipe, reference, or just read about the wee yeasties and bacteria that transform our foods with their microbial magic, then you’ve probably read something by Sandor, and I recommend reading even more.
 
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