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On sème FORT !  Le podcast du jardinage bio et de la permaculture
On sème FORT ! - Haricots nains ou à rames ? - Emission du 20 mai

On sème FORT ! Le podcast du jardinage bio et de la permaculture

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 47:02


Au programme de cette émission :  La chaleur précoce de ce mois de mai complique les semis et les plantations qui doivent être décalés pour éviter que la chaleur ne brûle les jeunes plantules... Puis nous répondrons aux très nombreuses questions des auditeurs.  Continuez à nous les envoyer à contact@monjardinbio.com. Cette semaine, Eric nous donnera ses conseils pour réussir la culture des haricots. A rames ou nains, les haricots se cultivent facilement au potager mais aussi sur les terrasses et les balcons !   Retrouvez tous nos conseils avisés pour bien jardiner, produire de beaux légumes et cultiver un beau jardin...  Une émission animée par Eric, conseiller en jardinage naturel auprès des collectivités et Brice.  Rendez-vous sur www.monjardinbio.com pour vous abonner à notre newsletter. Laissez-nous des étoiles, des commentaires et partagez ce podcast ! Merci :-) 

The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
679: Soil Review - What does a Garden Need

The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 53:59


A chat with Michael Moore.  In This Garden Chat: Instead of starting a new crop in your gardens with tired old soil, consider boosting the potential yield and health of the crops by rejuvenating the soil each season. In this Garden Chat we talk with permaculture gardener and practitioner Michael Victoria Moore about how to boost the health of the ecosystem housing the roots of your plant babies. Michael, Greg and co-host Janice Norton also answer some soil questions sent in during the live chat. On the last Tuesday every month we host The Urban Farm Garden Chats where Greg Peterson has a relaxed conversation in a Zoom room with a special guest to cover useful gardening topics, and they answer questions from the live listening audience. To join us for the next event, go to www.GardenChat.org or Click HERE to register for the Monthly Garden Chat with Live Q&A Our Special Guest:Michael Victoria Moore is a Permaculture Consultant and Practitioner living in Alberta. After watching Geoff Lawton videos on Youtube, she attended workshops, lectures, and films, read all that she could on the internet, and started picking up books on anything permaculture.  The more she read, the more she realized that this was her course in life. Michael signed up to take her Permaculture Design Certification Course and what a game changer that was! Since then, the momentum has never stopped.  She attended the International Permaculture Conference and Convergence in Amman Jordan, with over two hundred delegates from around the world, including the co-founder of Permaculture himself, Bill Mollison. Then she studied with Doug Weatherby, the Soil Doctor with the renowned organization, The Soil Foodweb. Michael's company, Genesis Permaculture, Regenerative Landscape and Design has been in practice for the past 11 years. As a Practitioner and Designer of regenerative systems, Michael and her company help people grow their own food and create self-sustaining landscapes that are vibrant and full of life.

Making Permaculture Stronger
Daniel Christian Wahl on Aligning with Life’s Regenerative Impulse

Making Permaculture Stronger

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 63:30


It was an honour to connect in this episode with Daniel Christian Wahl to explore what it means to align with life's regenerative impulse. Here's Daniel's book Designing Regenerative Cultures, his Medium Blog and here's his wonderful youtube series Voices of the Regeneration. Early on Daniel mentions Christopher Alexander's Challenge to Permaculture. A few times he mentions Henri Bortoft's book The Wholeness of Nature. Daniel Christian Wahl Enjoy, thanks to Daniel for visiting Making Permaculture Stronger, and thanks to our mutual friend Clinton Callahan for connecting us.

Sustainable World Radio- Ecology and Permaculture Podcast
Introducing the Regenerative Media Alliance

Sustainable World Radio- Ecology and Permaculture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 50:02


Episode 165: This special episode introduces the Regenerative Media Alliance, a project I have been working on for quite some time with fellow podcast producers Oliver Goshey and Scott Mann. The Regenerative Media Alliance or RMA is a cooperative group for podcasters and media creators working in the Permaculture, sustainability, and regenerative fields. Podcasting can be a bit lonely. If you're like me and you produce your podcast in your "Shoedio" (also known as a bedroom closet),  you know how isolating it can be talking into a microphone and not knowing if there's anyone out there who is listening. When Oliver first approached Scott and I about his idea for the RMA, I thought of how valuable a group like this could be. And I was right! It has been refreshing and fun to share notes and experiences with Scott and Oliver about interviewing, equipment, editing programs, and many other aspects of podcasting. We envision the RMA as a place for podcasters and other content creators to share their knowledge and to learn from one another.  We will be offering quarterly calls, online summits, and more! To sign up for our email list and for more information about the RMA, visit our website at: RegenerativeMediaAlliance.com. Now a bit about my colleagues: Oliver Goshey is a designer, educator, and consultant for regenerative social and land based projects. Regenerative Skills is Oliver's effort to create a larger and more engaged community around regenerative living by making the most cutting edge knowledge and techniques accessible to everyone. Scott Mann: With a background in radio, broadcasting, and technology, Scott started his podcast- The Permaculture Podcast-  the same week he graduated from his permaculture design course back in 2010. Thanks so much for listening as always! I hope you like this conversation between Scott, Oliver, and I about the RMA, how we first got started in Permaculture and podcasting, and what keeps us creating. 

Podcast | ice age farmer
IRAN: Digital Food Rationing rolls out using Biometric IDs amid food riots

Podcast | ice age farmer

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022


Iran is set to be the first country to roll out a food rationing scheme based on new biometric IDs. Where vaccine passports failed, food passports will now be eagerly accepted by hungry people who can’t afford rapidly inflating food prices. This is the realization of a longstanding agenda by the Rockefeller/UN/WEF crowd to, as […]

StarTalk Radio
Indigenous Science with Dr. Jessica Hernandez

StarTalk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 49:26


Is Western science always the best science? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Marcia Belsky discuss Indigenous methods to combat climate change with Indigenous scientist and author Dr. Jessica Hernandez. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free.Thanks to our Patrons Jennifer E Carr, Ruben, Peter Kellner, Michele Bontemps, eric secrist, Zebulon C, Travis Ryan Otter, Matthew Young, SevereFLIPPER, and Cleo K for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Antonio Campoy, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Living Permaculture
Living Permaculture | Reminiscing on Dandelion Day 2022

Living Permaculture

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 27:52


On this episode of Living Permaculture, host Jerome Osentowski discusses Dandelion Day with the 'queen bee' of the operation, Natalie Rae Fuller.

Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast
Ep 116: The Naked Gardener, Using Nature to Heal

Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 69:30


Ep 116 - I met The Naked Gardener on a podcast where we were both invited to discuss the topic of food. I liked what she was about and followed my excitement to invite her to the show. I was so thankful and excited that the conversation went directly into how stress is directly linked to disease. That is a HUGE takeaway! In particular, we discussed the tremendous amount of stress she had from a toxic relationship that she overcame. If you are in a relationship that is not serving your excitement and happiness then it is dragging down your health. Don't kid yourself… toxic relationships have no business in anyone's life. If you find yourself there then you have choices. One, open up a dialog and see if your partner is open to listening and making changes. Two, you can leave the relationship. Three, you can stay where you're at and be miserable. It's your choice! I hope that after listening to this episode you will realize how valuable you are and that getting outside in nature does wonder for stress. Thanks again for listening and if you like the show please like, share and subscribe! Love & Light -Coach Tim. To connect with The Naked Gardener go to: https://www.thenakedgardener.us/ or find her on Youtube:     Tim's Favorite, HIGHEST QUALITY Health Product Recommendations: Best Infrared Saunas & Healing Lamps: To Save $100 & learnCLICK HERE Water Purification/Restructuring System: Book FREE ConsultCLICK HERE Best Home Air Purification Unit: Tim's personal unit CLICK HERE Best Non Toxic Home Building Materials: CLICK HERE  Best Toxic Free Skin Care: Use code “HealthHero” to save 15% CLICK HERE Non-Toxic Cleaning Products: Save $25 with this linkCLICK HERE  EMF & Radiation Blockers for Home & Vehicle: Save 5% CLICK HERE    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Homesteading and Permaculture by Paul Wheaton
Podcast 615 – Wofati Greenhouse 3

Homesteading and Permaculture by Paul Wheaton

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022


Paul isn't sitting down with anyone this time and is instead providing a general update before switching over to previously recorded clips with an expert timberframer by the name of Caleb Larson on the subject of the Wofati Greenhouse that didn't make it into the movie. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion […]

PLOW & HOSE Gardening in Central Texas
05-15-22 BIG Arches & Bean Towers: New Garden Projects

PLOW & HOSE Gardening in Central Texas

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 35:50


Julie's been busy planting--at home, at work--and constructing structures to support plants, attract bats and touch the sky! Kind of ridiculous, actually. But so what?!

On sème FORT !  Le podcast du jardinage bio et de la permaculture
On sème FORT ! - Réussir le basilic - Emission du 13 mai

On sème FORT ! Le podcast du jardinage bio et de la permaculture

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 54:22


Au programme de cette émission :  Que faire au jardin ces prochains jours ? Eric nous donnera l'agenda qui promet au jardinier beaucoup d'activité... Puis nous répondrons aux très nombreuses questions des auditeurs.  Continuez à nous les envoyer à contact@monjardinbio.com. Cette semaine, Eric nous donnera ses conseils pour réussir la culture du basilic. Retrouvez tous nos conseils avisés pour bien jardiner, produire de beaux légumes et cultiver un beau jardin...  Une émission animée par Eric, conseiller en jardinage naturel auprès des collectivités et Brice. Rendez-vous sur www.monjardinbio.com pour vous abonner à notre newsletter. Laissez-nous des étoiles, des commentaires et partagez ce podcast ! Merci :-) 

Regenerative Skills
Looby Macnamara on the use of permaculture principles for social and cultural emergence

Regenerative Skills

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 44:07


Over the last decade I've begun to see a subcategory of permaculture learning start to gain attention. As more and more people encounter the principles of this ecological design framework and experiment with different ways of applying it in their lives there's been an emergence of social permaculture to integrate the patterns of nature to tackle inner challenges.  The wonderful book Human Permaculture: Life Design for Resilient Living by Bernard Alonso and Cécile Guiochon was my first introduction into this realm and since then I've wanted to bring an insight into some of the ways that the concepts of Permaculture, which were so influential in my learning almost a decade ago, could be used outside the garden. So on a kind recommendation from David Holmgren, I reached out to Looby Macnamara, a pioneer of personal and social permaculture in the UK. Looby is an author, facilitator, designer, gardener, and mother who has written 4 books; Cultural Emergence, People & Permaculture, 7 Ways to Think Differently and Strands of Infinity. She first came across permaculture in 1999, and was deeply inspired by the collaborative learning environment and the focus on emerging solutions through collective wisdom. Since then she's been deeply immersed in the permaculture movement, and has been a trustee and chair of the Permaculture Association and senior diploma tutor. Looby has been teaching since 2002 and has run many courses including a dozen teacher trainings. In 2016 she set up the Applewood Permaculture Centre with her family, where they run courses and grow food.In this interview, Looby walks me through her journey of learning and development of permaculture principles in the social space and how it can be applied to community dynamics and the concept of cultural emergence. We also explore how we learn from the patterns of the natural world to inform healthy personal development and much more. Join the discord discussion channel to answer the weekly questions and learn new skills with the whole community Links: https://cultural-emergence.com/ https://applewoodcourses.com/ https://newsociety.com/books/h/human-permaculture https://www.instagram.com/culturalemergence/ https://www.instagram.com/loobymacnamara/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvLh8dxAZdMoxZhHCKNFkHQ/videos https://www.facebook.com/groups/449388955801111/ https://twitter.com/permaculturemag?lang=en

Sense-making in a Changing World
Episode 73: Regenerating Australia with Damon Gameau and Morag Gamble

Sense-making in a Changing World

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 53:45


In this episode, Morag Gamble talks with Damon Gameau about his latest film, Regenerating Australia. The Permaculture Education Institute's Film Club is hosting a free livestreaming on May 20th. BOOK HERE.Damon Gameau is an award-winning filmmaker, author, father and activist. His 2015 movie, That Sugar Film, broke Australian box office records, and his other feature-length film, 2040, was one of the highest-grossing Australian documentaries of all time.His latest offering, Regenerating Australia, is a short film that explores what Australia could look like in 2030 if we listened to the needs of its people. Based on interviews with a diverse group of Australians about their hopes for the future, the film features well-known voices like Kerry O'Brien, Sandra Sully, Gorgi Coghlan, Tim Flannery, Larissa Behrend and David Pocock.Morag and Damon discuss:Creating a safe space for young people to talk about climate change and take action;The power of storytelling for creating change;The upcoming Australian Federal election;There is no saviour coming to combat climate change – it requires action from the network of changemakers within Australia and the world – our very own mycelial network;What the Northern Rivers flooding in NSW taught us about the importance of localisation and self-governance;How we measure success now and how we might measure it in the future;Kate Raworth's Doughnut Economics;The problem with apocalyptic storylines;How do we put climate change solutions front and centre so they're funded;What drives change;Regenerating Songlines Australia, a continent-wide network that connects regenerative projects and practitioners led by First Nations peoples and inclusive of all Australians;The rise of regenerative farming in Australia, contributed partly by Southern Cross University's Regenerative Agriculture Course;How we can incentivise regeneration of our land;Gregory Landau's recently formed Regen Network;Australia's reliance on fossil fuels and reluctance to give them up;The power of Indigenous knowledge and the role it can play in healing our planet.This podcast is bought to you by The Permaculture Education Institute.Please rate and review this podcast in the Apple Podcast app, Spotify, or wherever you listen. By giving this podcast a five-star review, we can help bring Permaculture into other people's lives.

Au jardin avec Rustica
Créer des jardins et des fermes permaculturels et résilients

Au jardin avec Rustica

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 50:52


En 2003, Perrine et Charles Hervé-Gruyer créent la ferme du Bec Hellouin, en Haute-Normandie. Celle-ci fait aujourd'hui référence en matière d'agriculture naturelle et attire des visiteurs du monde entier. La démarche proposée repose sur la permaculture. Son principe est de prendre la nature comme modèle et de concevoir des installations humaines fonctionnant comme des écosystèmes. L'objectif est de créer des systèmes autonomes et résilients, plus productifs et plus économes en ressources. Éducateur de formation, Charles Hervé-Gruyer a d'abord sillonné le globe à bord du voilier-école Fleur de Lampaul pendant vingt-deux ans. Il est l'auteur de nombreux documentaires et livres sur la nature. Dans ce podcast Rustica, il nous explique comment créer des jardins et des fermes permaculturels et résilients.

The Maritime Gardening Podcast
122 : Talking Shrubs and Permaculture with Stefan Sobkowiak

The Maritime Gardening Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 86:09


In this episode I talk to Stefan Sobkowiak about permaculture, shrubs, and why fruit trees need shrubs as neighbours. Farmer, permaculturalist, teacher, biologist, designer, author and speaker; Stefan Sobkowiak has presented more than 500 seminars and workshops to a whole range of public audiences. In addition to teaching at McGill University for 8 years, he …

On sème FORT !  Le podcast du jardinage bio et de la permaculture
On sème FORT ! - Bien planter les tomates - Emission du 6 mai

On sème FORT ! Le podcast du jardinage bio et de la permaculture

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 46:54


Au programme de cette émission :  Que faire au jardin ? Eric nous donnera l'agenda du jardinier pour les jours à venir qui nous invite largement à planter ! Puis nous répondrons aux très nombreuses questions des auditeurs.  Continuez à nous les envoyer à contact@monjardinbio.com Cette semaine, Eric nous explique comment bien planter ses tomates et comment rattraper des plants qui ont tendance à "filer"... Retrouvez tous nos conseils avisés pour bien jardiner, produire de beaux légumes et cultiver un beau jardin...  Une émission animée par Eric, conseiller en jardinage naturel auprès des collectivités et Brice. Rendez-vous sur www.monjardinbio.com pour vous abonner à notre newsletter. Laissez-nous des étoiles, des commentaires et partagez ce podcast ! Merci :-) 

Marooned! on Mars with Matt and Hilary
Green Earth, Episode 4: Permaculture, the Commons, Destiny

Marooned! on Mars with Matt and Hilary

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 104:55


NOTE: This episode was recorded in early April. In this episode we focus on “Is There a Technical Solution?,” “Autumn in New York,” and “Optimodal.” But first we spend some time (as usual) lamenting the state of the world, especially the plight of the unhoused from Maine to Chicago. We decide private property should be abolished, which is also one of the best takeaways from Eric Holthaus's The Future Earth. We also curse Barack Obama for what the Obama Center is doing to the South Side of Chicago. A bad guy, actually! This leads us into thinking about public space and the commons, which takes us back into Green Earth and Frank's experience living in a tree in Rock Creek Park. Here, outdoor spaces have become something more than what they were before the flood and the freeze. In the park, with Frank, the bros, and the frisbee golfers, we can find the novel's speculative kernel, taking us outside the question of whether science can become political and whether politics can be reconciled to science. We talk about home and habits, how the everyday lives of the characters are so partitioned and look for the things that hold Frank's life together, one of which is the economy, indebtedness, insurance–ironically the very thing that, in the novel's A-plot, may force the world to change course. The uninsurability of property in the face of catastrophic climate change may force capital into a different direction. In this way, Green Earth provides an actuarial imagination that gives a different relationship to the future, in ways that KSR will continue to develop in New York 2140 and The Ministry for the Future. Meanwhile, Phil Chase is doing his Wizard of Oz routine, and Matt and Hilary reflect on what it looks like when our politics is centered on charismatic leaders. Being beholden to a pseudo-magical figure and the hierarchies and dependencies entailed by that arrangement don't lend themselves to having a better democracy. Even Frank's relationship with the bros seems to be one of liberal benevolence, which they do not fail to call him on. We critique Chase's speech calling on America to fulfill its “historical destiny” and put pressure on the possibility of threading the needle between the U.S. being a world leader without being hegemonic, “inventing permaculture” without engaging in imperialism. Can we reconcile the idea of the nation-state with the idea of a global civilization? What does “culture” mean in a borderless world? The whole notion of “permaculture” is a weird one–isn't culture constantly changing? The section ends with some hints toward the need for a new global religion, with Frank dipping his toe in Emerson (and then getting beat up). Hilary pulls a switcheroo, picks a bone with Donna Haraway, demands action, and Matt plugs Tokyo Vice. It's all happening. Email us at maroonedonmarspodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter @podcastonmars Leave us a voicemail on the Anchor.fm app Rate and review us on iTunes or wherever you listen to your podcasts! Music by Spirit of Space --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/marooned-on-mars/message

Podcast | ice age farmer
Food Supply Shutdown: Deer, fish, pigs euthanized; crops not planted

Podcast | ice age farmer

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022


An observing alien species would ask itself, “Why is humanity destroying ALL of their food sources?” In this special Ice Age Farmer broadcast, Christian has a candid conversation about the overwhelming number of attacks on our food supply. With crops unplanted and with more food facilities burning down, the media runs stories about “food fire […]

Stop Me Project
Airey Bros. Radio / Jim Gale / Ep 158 / Food Forest Abundance / Permaculture / Self-Reliant / Off Grid Living / Perennial Gardening

Stop Me Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 66:09


Jim Gale from Food Forest Abundance makes his return to ABR to for an epic conversation on self reliance, permaculture gardening and how we can change the world by growing our own food. Now more than ever having the ability to provide your own food is the most important that can lead to freedom by not having to rely on the system. Stay Connected!!! https://foodforestabundance.com/ https://www.instagram.com/foodforestabundance/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdXQQCQJsuNqKT1UI2st15Q https://www.pinterest.com/FoodForestAbundance/_created/ The Airey Bros. IG @aireybros / https://www.instagram.com/aireybros/ https://www.blacksheependurance.com/podcast Premium Content : AB/DC Programming / B-Role & Mix Tapes / Accountability Coaching https://www.patreon.com/AireyBros Value for Value https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=BHCAKFGH6TNF2 Alt Media United ://: https://altmediaunited.com/ Actual Activist ://: http://actualactivists.com/

Championship Leadership
Jim Gale: Take only Inspired Action

Championship Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 27:42


In this enlightening episode of Championship Leadership we are excited to interview Jim Gale, CEO of Food Forest Abundance. He will recount his story of living in Australia, joining the mortgage business, eventually buying a boat, moving to Costa Rica, and discovering Permaculture – the art of growing agricultural ecosystems in a self-sufficient and sustainable way. Back in 2020, Jim Gale decided to establish the company with the very mission to help people grow their own food that will reverse mass extinction, deforestation, cancer, heart disease, and WORLD HUNGER. Tune in to this interesting episode as Jim Gale tells us how he is changing the world one family food forest at a time!

The New Wave Entrepreneur
EP102: The New Wave Manifesto (Mindset Monday)

The New Wave Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 46:24


EP102: The New Wave Manifesto   Now that we're officially over 100 episodes, I wanted to lay out my fundamental beliefs about what's happening in the world today  — and how you can surf the New Wave to prosperity, happiness and accomplishment.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

PLOW & HOSE Gardening in Central Texas
05-01-22 Take you tomatoes to work day + Rain-Sensitive Plants (mostly rain-sensitive plants)

PLOW & HOSE Gardening in Central Texas

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 37:38


In an inspired move to rehome seedlings, Julie takes tomato plants to work. Segue to simulating insect pollination then big ol' discussion on mysterious rain sensitive plants like rain lilies & Texas sage. (Julie's really excited this week--It's MAY! YAY!)

Master of None- Adventures in a Hands-on Life
Episode 147: Planting the Food Forest

Master of None- Adventures in a Hands-on Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 43:59


We're finally planting the food forest.  This is a small area where we're replicating natural forest ecosystems, but we're doing it with food-producing plants.  

Light Beings Sight Seeing
I Blame Jada

Light Beings Sight Seeing

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 151:40


Akinyele, The cucking of jack, I blame Jada, Ensemble Alonzo is crazy, Pyuber, your parents porn, relationship politics, Good morning beautiful, Cry in the shower, Love has won, Passive insurrectionists and terroristic detachment, Cult Building, Permaculture talk, I blame men. *LUNA Tip* (not financial advice) Please visit the website SWTKO Art Donate Crypto SWTKOART.Crypto or Cash App $CSweet360 Thank you in advance. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dangerousgentlemen/support

Permaculture Freedom
Growing a Holistic Orchard + Michael Phillips

Permaculture Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 189:52


In this episode we are honoring the work & life of Michael Phillips, the 'beyond-organic' holistic orchardist, teacher, writer & consultant, who recently passed away. The audio in this episode is from the "Successful Biological Orcharding" workshop Michael facilitated in an organic apple orchard grown by Pat Tompkins. There is much wisdom to learn from Michael's lifelong legacy connecting with the biological world. To support Michael's work and his family, visit their memorial page here > Thank you! We hope you enjoy the nutrient-dense biological wisdom Michael has to share!As above, so below. As below, so above. A diverse plant community bound by an array of mycorrhizal fungal species will form a 'common root being' throughout the orchard. The trees produce healthy fruit in accord with how we revere this sacred soil partnership. - Michael PhillipsLearn more about this episode, watch the videos and read the show notes on this episode here >Growing 'organic' has always been a given. Understanding how Nature does health fascinates me to no end. Working with biology and nutrition produces flavorful apples that are good for us. Compare that to the visually-pleasing orbs produced by toxic chemistry. That I choose not to certify our farm as organic with the USDA makes for good discussion over a glass of cider. Check out my network grower profile to better understand what a holistic orchardist does to bless up this earth. - Michael PhillipsMichael Phillips was a farmer, writer, carpenter, orchard consultant, and speaker. He lived with his wife, Nancy, and daughter, Grace, on Heartsong Farm in northern New Hampshire, growing apples and a variety of medicinal herbs. Michael is the author of Mycorrhizal Planet, The Apple Grower (Chelsea Green, 2005) and The Holistic Orchard (2011), and teamed up with Nancy to write The Herbalist's Way (2005). His Lost Nation Orchard is part of the Holistic Orchard Network, and Michael also led the community orchard movement. Learn more at Grow Organic Apples > (bio from Chelsea Green Publishing)People know in their hearts that our food can be good for us. That how that food is grown matters. That the people growing that food need to be  supported. That local is indeed the answer. - Michael Phillips- - -Disclaimer: This is another episode exploring different themes in Permaculture and related fields with audio clips, interviews & anything else we can find. All audio clips are credited and linked on our website. We seek to share content & information which is becoming increasingly hard to find, censored and/or deemed controversial. Opinions expressed by content creators, guests & interviews on Permaculture Freedom podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of Land by Hand. No human holds the whole truth and listening to many different perspectives helps to shape a critical informed opinion. Always do your own unbiased research before drawing conclusions or spreading others' ideas as the truth.  "It is the mark of an educated mind to entertain a thought without accepting it." - Aristotle - - - If you enjoy the show, please subscribe and consider the following: Share it with someone else in your life  Leave a review or rating for the show Submit feedback, episode topic/guest ideas or a question at landbyhand.org/pfp Thanks for listening and your support! Land by Hand Permaculture education & media to live a natural, resilient lifestyle.-Learn more, watch the videos, and read the show notes on this episode here >

On sème FORT !  Le podcast du jardinage bio et de la permaculture
On sème FORT ! - Réussir concombres et cornichons - Emission du 29 avril

On sème FORT ! Le podcast du jardinage bio et de la permaculture

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 80:06


Au programme de cette émission :  Que faire au jardin ? Eric nous donnera l'agenda du jardinier (qui est très dense) pour les jours à venir ! Puis nous répondrons aux très nombreuses questions des auditeurs.  Continuez à nous les envoyer à contact@monjardinbio.com Cette semaine, le dossier de la semaine est consacré à la culture des concombres et des cornichons. Semis, plantation, taille et culture. Vous saurez tout pour réussir ces légumes de l'été. Retrouvez tous nos conseils avisés pour bien jardiner, produire de beaux légumes et cultiver un beau jardin...  Une émission animée par Eric, conseiller en jardinage naturel auprès des collectivités et Brice. Rendez-vous sur www.monjardinbio.com pour vous abonner à notre newsletter. Laissez-nous des étoiles, des commentaires et partagez ce podcast ! Merci :-) 

Regenerative Skills
Jill Cloutier, Scott Mann, and Oliver Goshey on the launch of the Regenerative Media Alliance

Regenerative Skills

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 52:33


Learn more about the Regenerative Media Alliance and our events and resources here! I'm very excited for today's episode, because it's been in the works for quite a long time.  For years I've been thinking about how to connect with some of the other podcasters and content producers that I've admired and learned from. My initial motivation after all was to contribute something to the incredible body of work being built online and made available for free. These resources are behind my own professional growth and the success of many of the projects I've been involved with. Eventually I wanted to take the next step and work directly with other creative producers in hopes of growing beyond each of our skill sets.  If anyone else listening is also involved in creating online content, you can probably relate to the fact that it can be quite lonely at times. I'm lucky that I get to speak with new and fascinating people all the time, but it's almost always over a zoom call. After the episodes go live, I receive a lot of positive feedback, often from people I've never met as well. And yet one of the primary motivations for doing this work is to build community around the ideas and skills that are presented on the show, and for a long time I was looking for a way to work more closely with others who are motivated by the same goals.  About a year ago, I figured I'd reach out to a few of my heroes in the podcasting space to see if they'd be interested in creating a group to support one another to continue to improve the quality of our shows and brainstorm ways of supporting others, especially newer creative producers, to launch their own shows and channels, all with the vision of strengthening regenerative focused media.I was amazed to get enthusiastic replies from two of the podcast hosts that had been instrumental in the formation of my own show, and from there the idea began to grow. Little by little we overcame big time differences, conflicting schedules, and the nervousness of working with people we still didn't know too well. Gradually, our meetings became more frequent and our little concept began to take shape and grow beyond my own initial vision.  Today I'm proud to announce the launch of the Regenerative Media Alliance. Jill Cloutier from Sustainable World Radio, Scott Mann from the Permaculture podcast, and myself. This episode is a celebration of the journey that brought us to podcast production, but also to the friendship that has grown from the development of this Alliance.If you're unfamiliar with Jill and Scott from their shows, let me give you a quick bio on each.Jill offers solutions-oriented interviews with experts from around the globe; designers, environmentalists, farmers and earth activists who learn from and work with nature on her show Sustainable News Radio.  With her guest, she explores wider questions about permaculture and sustainability, encouraging listeners to appreciate the land, water, plants, and people that sustain their lives. When not working producing Sustainable World Radio or working at her day job as the PR Director for Explore Ecology, an environmental education and arts nonprofit, you can find her in the garden, concocting herbal remedies, creating hydrosols with a funky homemade still, or dyeing clothes with natural plant dyes. With a background in radio, broadcasting, and technology, Scott Mann started his podcast the same week he graduated from his permaculture design course back in 2010. Originally started as a way to share what he learned about permaculture with the world, the show has since transformed to focus on interviews with world renowned teachers and authors alongside regional experts and local specialists. Through this approach, he continues to push the edge of what it means to practice permaculture on the ground and beyond the landscape. When not sitting behind the mic or in front of a monitor editing a new episode,

Hobby Farms Presents: Growing Good
Episode 28: Cheryl Browne on permaculture, herbal wellness, urban sustainability and more

Hobby Farms Presents: Growing Good

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 33:26


On this episode of "Hobby Farms Presents: Growing Good," host Lisa Munniksma talks with permaculturalist, urban farming educator and New York City garden designer, Cheryl Browne. A co-founder of the Black Permaculture Network, Browne helps people bring the outdoors in through her business, Urban Permie, connecting them with opportunities to experience nature and connect with more natural living. Learn about what herbs you can grow indoors to enhance wellness in your life, how an effective permaculture lifestyle requires a generational mindset and what you can do to build a food forest of your own. Plus, hear about Cheryl's tropical property in Costa Rica and her longterm goal of building a tropical fruit forest and much more! Urban Permie Cheryl Browne on Instagram Black Permaculture Network  

Baleine sous Gravillon (BSG)
S03E88 Les Arbres 8/8 : Savez-vous planter des... arbres ? Ernst Zürcher (forestier, chercheur, professeur, auteur)

Baleine sous Gravillon (BSG)

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 30:49


Ernst Zürcher est ingénieur forestier, auteur du célèbre livre Arbres : entre visible et invisible (Acte Sud 2016). En 2021, nous l'avons rencontré à l'occasion de la sortie de son dernier livre, Planter un arbre (Acte Sud). Dans ce dernier épisode, Ernst nous explique avec sagesse le miracle de la photosynthèse: dioxyde de carbone + eau + lumière → sucre + oxygène. Ernst nous détaille le rôle de chacun des spécialistes dans votre parcours de planteur d'arbres: le pépiniériste le permaculteur l'agroforestier la garde-forestier Il rappelle aussi les règles d'or: éviter le compactage du sol mélanger les espèces favoriser la vie (notamment microbienne du sol) éviter les intrants chimiques du genre pesticide. La nature se débrouille infiniment mieux sans nous. Ernst nous explique aussi les différentes manière de prendre soin des jeunes plants avec du BRF (Bois Raméal Fragmenté), du Mölch ou des ronces. Cerise sur le gâteau, il sera question d'Elzéard Bouffier, le célèbre personnage de L'homme qui plantait des arbres, la nouvelle de Jean Giono (1953), un classique de la permaculture... ______ Sous notre Gravillon vous trouverez... 4 podcasts complémentaires, 1 site, 1 compte Insta, une page et un groupe Facebook, et une chaîne YouTube 1 asso dédiés au Vivant: https://baleinesousgravillon.com/liens-2

Urban Forestry Radio
Do Plant Hardiness Zones Matter?

Urban Forestry Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 62:01


In the past, you would consult a plant hardiness zone map if you wanted to know whether a fruit tree or any other plant could survive in your climate.  But our climate is quickly changing. Are plant hardiness zone maps still helpful? In this episode, we chat about plant hardiness zones with two research scientists from the Canadian Forest Service. They are Dan McKenney, PhD and John Pedlar. You can learn more about their work and download plant hardiness maps here. To watch a video excerpt of this podcast visit:https://youtu.be/IqLozgJAE5MListeners who emailed during the live show were entered into this month's contest. The prize was a copy of the Arbor Day Foundations's new book Now is the Time For Trees: Make an Impact by Planting the Word's Most Valuable Resource (affiliate link) valued at $19.95 USD. You can find more information about plant hardiness zones below: Canadian Plant Hardiness Zone Maps and More:planthardiness.gc.caChange and Evolution in the Plant Hardiness Zones of Canada:https://academic.oup.com/bioscience/article/64/4/341/247944The generation of USDA-equivalent extreme minimum temperature models and a comparison with Canada's plant hardiness zones:https://cdnsciencepub.com/doi/10.4141/P05-070 Beyond Traditional Hardiness Zones: Using Climate Envelopes to Map Plant Range Limits:https://academic.oup.com/bioscience/article/57/11/929/234249

Civil Defense Radio
Billy Bond on Why Permaculture

Civil Defense Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 36:32


Billy Bond explains why he believes the art of permaculture is beneficial and why. We discuss how and why certain plants should be grown together and why layering in “defense” is a good strategy for positioning both plants and animals.Guest LinksYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PermaPasturesFarm21IG: https://www.instagram.com/permapasturesfarm/?hl=enWebsite: https://www.permapasturesfarm.com/aboutSocial media links:https://youtube.com/c/PermaPasturesFarm21https://www.instagram.com/permapasturesfarm/?hl=enhttps://www.permapasturesfarm.com/aboutCivil Defense Radio InformationWebsite: https://www.civildefenseradio.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CivilDefenseRadioTelegram: Civil Defense Radio ChannelMeWe: Civil Defense RadioYouTube: Civil Defense Radio ChannelAdvertisersEMP Shield is designed to protect your automobiles and your home/business from EMP pulse attacks. This could be from a military-grade weapon or even the sun or lightning storms. This saves your wiring from damage and enables quicker restoration of power to your home and vehicles after an incident.https://www.empshield.com Use discount code CDR for $50 off each item.Global PartnersFor more information on GSPartners click this link: https://prestonschleinkofer.vcardinfo.com/Lydian World Metaverse – a game, an exchange, and a global marketplace, develop multiple passive asset accumulation streams.https://lydian.world/Just register (it's FREE) and begin exploring to the vastness of the empire for a great experience.GSTelecom APP InformationGSTelecom is a blockchain secure email, text, and voice app powered by G999 digital tokensThis video is a short intro to this service: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRtRvjiVZVcGSTelecom Apps (Remember, these apps literally run on the blockchain, and you must have G999 crypto tokens to pay for use. You may purchase the coins from a number of exchanges, or through the Global Partners link here: https://gspartners.global/register?sponsor=preston230 )Android:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=block.chain.chatiPhone:https://apps.apple.com/tt/app/gstelecom-by-g999-blockchain/id1547577247NOTE: Civil Defense Radio is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. This site also participates in other affiliate programs and is compensated for referring traffic and business to these companies

Tuesday Hometime
Flood recovery + permaculture in northern NSW and the Maldives, Q&A on the ABC: what it addresses and what it misses, more Palestinian repression during Ramadan, results of Presidential elections in Timor Leste

Tuesday Hometime

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022


  His week that was – Kevin Healy, Travel back to Mullumbimby for a report on flood recovery, permaculture project in the Maldives and future permaculture ventures in the northern rivers area of New South Wales – Permaculturist Wayne 'Wadzy' Wadsworth, Q&A, ABC programme, what it addresses what it misses and peace vs war – Professor Emeritus Stuart Rees, More repression of Palestinians during Ramadan – scientist and activist Fahad Ali, Results of Presidential elections in Timor Leste – Peter Murphy

The Prepper Broadcasting Network
Preppers LIVE: HIDE YOUR FOOD with Rick Austin

The Prepper Broadcasting Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 72:00


ELEMENT create a screen name to join the live chat! www.prepperbroadcasting.comwww.disastercoffee.comSupport Our Great SponsorsThe Preppers Medical Handbook https://amzn.to/3piYAlUThe Preppers Guide to Surviving Pandemics, Bioterrorism and Infectious Disease https://amzn.to/3djoKzwDisaster Coffee www.disastercoffee.comSupport The Prepper Broadcasting NetworkBecome a Member and Receive Exclusive Content https://bit.ly/3pniGLYSign up for the Newsletter https://bit.ly/3Df15e0Check out Patreon! https://bit.ly/3uDkBQHCome Unity; Community https://amzn.to/3ddsN0dThe Christmas Hook https://amzn.to/3rxTlS1Some of My Favorite Preps My EDC Bag 3VGear Outlaw Sling Pack https://amzn.to/3oklKZZMy EDC Flashlight Olight S1R https://amzn.to/3djpBQKQuick Aquaponics System https://amzn.to/31keqVA20-1 Gallon Mylar Bags and 02 Absorbers https://amzn.to/3KgN8AaMr. OCAX predator deterrents for chickens https://amzn.to/3Isbg2KAffordable Hot Tent https://amzn.to/3lxKX0ZAffordable Stove https://amzn.to/3Dxu4tPShow DescriptionMusic Credits:Peculate - Opium of the PeopleChecky Brown - City WalkKeiLoKaz - Dar Saltos de AlegriaKeLoKaz - Rainy NightsMeluran - Vanilla There are affiliate links up there! ^^^

Podcast | ice age farmer
War on Food Goes Hot: FBI warns cyberattacks on farms — One farm stands up

Podcast | ice age farmer

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022


The food wars have gone hot — and even the mainstream is noticing. Even as the fires and explosions destroying our food supply are broadly reported, the FBI warns of cyberattacks on farming infrastructure. As this awareness grows, one farm has stood up to NY state, refusing to comply with Bird Flu orders. Christian breaks […]

PLOW & HOSE Gardening in Central Texas
04-24-22 Ducks & Gourds.

PLOW & HOSE Gardening in Central Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 47:58


Julie is all over the place this week. What's happening in your yards? Gorgeous iris. Ducks. Too much time talking about gourds (Hey weirdo--nice gourds) AND ANNUAL RANT ON SQUASH VINE BORERS!

All Around Growth
Ep. 333 - Audience Feedback - What is Permaculture and Why it Matters to You?

All Around Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 14:35


What is Permaculture and Why it Matters to You?  Rob dives into this question this morning and provides some context for why he's chosen this question today.   Today Rob talks *freely* about Permaculture - to simply get the gears grinding about Permaculture...in preparation for a more in depth episode later.  Gain some insight about Permaculture and hear Rob talk about it in a broad sense.  Learn why he finds it appealing...in large part because of the personal responsibility that is required to truly execute upon permaculture principles in one's life.   You will also learn how and why Permaculture entered Rob's life 10 years ago, how it EXITED his life...what he's doing and how he's welcoming it back into his life after a secondary burnout several years ago.   We hope that you enjoy today's show.  Permaculture Prime Directive:  "The only ethical decision is to take responsibility for own existence and that of our children."- Bill Mollison.~ Connect on social media!  Telegram Group Chat - https://t.me/allaroundgrowth MeWe Group - https://mewe.com/join/theallaroundgrowthcommunity  Twitter - https://twitter.com/allaroundgrowth Flote - https://flote.app/allaroundgrowth Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/allaroundgrowth Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/allaroundgrowth ~Follow this link to ALL EPISODES   ~ How To Leave a Rating & Review in Apple Podcast AppThis really *does* affect the algorithm......as of recording in April 2022 - I would invite you to do this!The podcast game is changing - help us with a rating and review!~Have a Question or any feedback for Rob?Send me an email at allaroundgrowth@gmail.com~Discussion Links:Ep. 313 - The Permaculture Chicken and Self-SabotagePermies.comPermaculture and homesteading community with forums, videos, podcasts, articles, and other resources. Come and join the discussion!Men of Order | Masculinity Advice & Mindset BlogMen of Order is an archive of masculinity and mindset advice columns to help mature men acquire wealth and power.How to Make a Hügelkultur Raised Gardening Bed - Men of OrderI used the video How to Build a Raised Bed in 1 HOUR for UNDER $100 and built one to the dimensions as specified, which is: 12ft long x 4ft wide x 2ft tall – perfect for Hügelkultur. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/allaroundgrowth)

Science Night
The 2022 Earth Day Special Featuring Dr. Devyani Singh

Science Night

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 56:52


Earth Day is here, and what better way to celebrate than bringing back our favorite climate scientist, and Vancouver City Council hopeful, Dr. Devyani Singh! We share our feelings about the modern Earth Day holiday, talk about some counter-environmental efforts by large companies, counter that with how scientists are pushing back, and finally share some things you can do to help. Your Hosts] James Reed (https://twitter.com/James_Reed3) Steffi Diem (https://twitter.com/SteffiDiem) Devyani Singh (https://twitter.com/kumari_devyani?lang=en) Special thanks to Windsor, VT community members: Autumn Siegler, Mike Welker, and Vi Welker for taking the time and putting in the effort to ensure that our community remains resiliant and vibrant. Credits Editing-James Reed Mastering- Chris Goulet Music: Intro and Outro- Wolf Moon by Unicorn Heads | https://unicornheads.com/ | Standard YouTube License Additional Sounds- Inside a Computer Chip by Doug Maxwell |https://www.mediarightproductions.com/ | Standard YouTube License Steffi Remix music by James Reed lyrics by Steffi Diem The Science Night Podcast is a member of the Riverpower Podcast Mill (https://riverpower.xyz/) family

The Survival Podcast
Permaculture as a Design Science – Part Six

The Survival Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 84:04


Today we continue what is going to be at least a 5 part series on the design science of Permaculture.  These will be both done as audio podcasts and in live feeds with support from power point slides.  This series … Continue reading →

PLOW & HOSE Gardening in Central Texas
04-16-22 EASTER & THE PINK MOON: Moon Phase Gardening, Moonflowers & Easter Lilies

PLOW & HOSE Gardening in Central Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 34:10


A show inspired by the full moon and easter. It's Easter. It's a full moon. It's the Pink Moon. It's not even pink, but whatever. Julie walks around in the dark under the Pink Moon, thinks about a lot of stuff like gardening by the moon and focuses on phlox, MOONFLOWERS & Easter lilies.

The Survival Podcast
Feeding Your Second Stomach with Charles Mayfield – Episode-3074

The Survival Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 75:40


Today I am joined by regenerative farmer Charles Mayfield to discuss his farm and his value added niche of skin care and how pastured pigs create an amazing and effective value added product that helps keep his farm profitable. Charles … Continue reading →

Bootstrap Farmer Radio
Upliftment of All: The Sarvodaya Institute with Farmer Rishi Kumar

Bootstrap Farmer Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 67:31


Green spaces are slowly disappearing in the ever-growing urban sprawl of today's world. Farmer Rishi is getting back to the roots of his property and offering agricultural immersion for his surrounding community at Sarvodaya Farms & Nursery. We tour a plant nursery in this video, unlike any you have probably seen. Explore this diverse property with us and learn how this business model provides full-time jobs and a learning environment for perennial gardening, grafting, and soil regeneration. The Sarvodaya Institute is interested in providing an enriching environment for people to visit, learn, and replicate -even if it's just on their patio with one plant. https://sarvodayainstitute.org/    INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/bootstrapfarmer/ FOLLOW SARVODAYA FARMS & NURSERY INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sarvodayafarms/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/farmerrishi WEBSITE: https://sarvodayainstitute.org/pages/about-us #bootstrapfarmer #hightunnel #hoophouse #soilhealth #perennialfarm #perennialgardening #grafting #greenspace #PamonaCalifornia

The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
672: Andrew Trujillo on Hobby Gardening in a Greenhouse

The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 31:57


Sharing the Passion of Gardening into the Community Starting at Home. In This Podcast: In the third of five special daily episodes, we hear from Andrew Trujillo whose seeds of inspiration were planted in him as a child.  When those seeds began to sprout as an adult, he watered and nourished them by connecting with and learning from lots of other gardeners.  Andrew now uses his Growing Spaces growing dome to pass those seeds of gardening inspiration on to others in his community by building more gardens and providing fresh vegetables to neighbors in need. Don't miss an episode! visit UrbanFarm.Org/blog/podcast   Andrew Trujillo is a husband, daddy, veteran, friend, and neighbor with  a deep-rooted desire to grow, who thrives when working in the soil.  He has helped build gardens at all the schools in Bayfield, Colorado as well as the local food bank and his local church. Andrew uses a lot of permaculture techniques as well as hugelkultur in his garden designs.  His own personal garden has an 18-foot Growing Dome, where he shares about the benefits of this earth-friendly greenhouse. Visit www.UrbanFarm.org/Podcast-by-episode-titles for the show notes on this episode, and access to our full podcast library! Andrew Trujillo on Hobby Gardening in a Greenhouse.

The Survival Podcast
Permaculture as a Design Science – Part Five – Epi-3073

The Survival Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 121:10


Today we continue what is going to be at least a 5 part series on the design science of Permaculture.  These will be both done as audio podcasts and in live feeds with support from power point slides.  This series … Continue reading →

Rocket Feather Podcast
How to Make an Art of Sustainability

Rocket Feather Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 66:53


This episode might seem like a bit of a diversion…our guests this time aren't necessarily living in co-housing but they are both deeply immersed in creating a rich, sustainable community in Santa Barbara, CA. Jill Cloutier is the Public Relations Director of an environmental education and arts nonprofit called Explore Ecology (EE for short). EE works with over 30,000 children a year with a focus on Watershed Education, School Gardens, Waste Reduction, and Creative Exploration. Their work inspires children to engage with the natural world, think critically, and experience the value of environmental stewardship. Jill is a podcast producer, video-maker and writer. Her projects focus on plants and permaculture. Permaculture is a really important concept that contributes to biological, agricultural, and household sustainability and we're really excited for Jill to help us understand that term and how we can practice it at small and medium scales to improve our lives and impacts. Rachel Palmer is the Art Coordinator for EE and is in charge of the Art from Scrap Creative Re-use Store and Gallery and the associated arts programs. Rachel is a fiber and print artist, educator, and self-proclaimed podcast fanatic. She is the Story Editor for Copper & Heat, the James Beard Award-winning podcast exploring the unspoken rules and traditions of the kitchen. I'm all about the upcycle and Charles is all about the permaculture, so I can't wait to see where this conversation goes and find out what we can learn today. Welcome, Rachel and Jill! Thank you so much for being here with us today! For key takeaways, sustainability resources, and a full transcript, go to: https://www.here-together.us/pod/how-to-make-an-art-of-sustainability --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/here-together/message

The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
670: Puja and Udgar Parsons on Growing a Green Business

The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 50:37


Creating a sustainable greenhouse business in the 90's. In This Podcast: In the first of five special daily episodes, we hear from Puja and Udgar Parsons, the founders of Growing Spaces.  They give us a peek inside their geodesic dome greenhouse kits, detailing how they work and describing the features that improve upon a traditional greenhouse.  Udgar explains how the dome's shape is an extension of his permaculture principles and love of nature, and Puja inspires us with stories of their determination to share the joy of healthy, garden-fresh vegetables year-round with as many people as possible, despite the growing pains they experienced as entrepreneurs. Don't miss an episode! visit UrbanFarm.Org/blog/podcast   Udgar Parsons was born and bred in Yorkshire England in the early forties while Puja Parsons was raised in Burbank, California. Udgar left a career in dentistry and orthodontics to raise a family on a farm in the North of Scotland. There, he learned to live off the grid and lead a healthy lifestyle. Puja's degrees are in Psychology, Philosophy, and Fine Arts, and that led her to create several non-profits for the promotion of holistic health and spiritual growth. After traveling the world together and participating in several intentional communities, Udgar decided to become an American citizen and they moved to Colorado. There, in the Roaring Fork Valley, he was inspired by the vision of Buckminster Fuller and John Denver at Windstar, where he experimented with Bucky's Biodomes. In 1989 they founded their own company called Growing Spaces, after developing Udgar's own greenhouse model called the Growing Dome. Puja held that businesses could offer solutions for environmental degradation and promote nutrition and natural medicine based on fresh food and organic gardening for clients and a socially responsible business culture. Together they grew the company as social entrepreneurs for 29 years before passing it on to Liz and Lem Tingley in 2018. Visit www.UrbanFarm.org/Podcast-by-episode-titles for the show notes on this episode, and access to our full podcast library! Puja and Udgar Parsons on Growing a Green Business.

PLOW & HOSE Gardening in Central Texas
04-10-22 Time to Start Sweet Potatoes! Orange Paintbrush Wildflowers & Dealing with Pillbugs

PLOW & HOSE Gardening in Central Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2022 33:32


Sweet potato planting window is April through the end of June--Julie explains how to start sweet potato slips. Also all about Orange Paintbrush wildflowers, plus dealing with insects in the strawberries. Near the end of the episode, she talks about activating your compost pile with horticultural molasses.

Podcast | ice age farmer
Fmr CDC Director: Bird Flu is the Real Pandemic – C19 was just practice

Podcast | ice age farmer

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022


Former CDC Director Robert Redfield has stated that Bird Flu will jump to humans and be highly fatal in the coming “Great Pandemic,” for which C19 was a mere warm-up. Download (mp3): FULL REPORT on Gates-funded gain-of-function research on weaponizing H5N1: BIRD FLU: the Next Pandemic? FULL SHOW NOTES: https://www.iceagefarmer.com/2022/04/09/fmr-cdc-director-bird-flu-is-the-real-pandemic-c19-was-just-practice/ GET OFF YOUTUBE NOW! On […]

Podcast | ice age farmer
BIRD FLU: the Next Pandemic?

Podcast | ice age farmer

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022


There is an untold story involving Bird Flu, gain of function research, the Gates foundation, and Ukrainian biolabs — and it is time to tell it. As hundreds of millions of birds are killed due to Bird Flu “PCR outbreaks,” Europe is warning of chicken and egg shortages, and many states have now outright banned […]

The Survival Podcast
A Different Flavor of Permaculture with Paul Wheaton – Epi-3064

The Survival Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 140:58


Paul Wheaton is a powerful advocate of permaculture. He was dubbed the Duke of Permaculture by both Geoff Lawton and Sepp Holzer. Paul is the owner of permies.com, coderanch.com, richsoil.com, and Wheaton Labs. He has produced over 600 podcasts, a … Continue reading →

The Survival Podcast
Permaculture as a Design Science – Part Four – Epi-3063

The Survival Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 122:00


Today we continue what is going to be at least a 5 part series on the design science of Permaculture.  These will be both done as audio podcasts and in live feeds with support from power point slides.  This series … Continue reading →