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The Permaculture Podcast

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The Permaculture Podcast

The Permaculture Podcast

Scott Mann

45
Followers
217
Plays
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Latest Episodes

We are Time Scouts, Designing for the Future | Geoff Christou

The title for this episode is based on a quote from Bill Mollison that my guest, Geoff Christou, paraphrases in the middle of our conversation today about how Utopian literature, the need to imagine the future, and sharing that vision with others through stories, can help our work as permaculture practitioners. That we can create […] The post We are Time Scouts, Designing for the Future | Geoff Christou appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--2 d ago
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We are Time Scouts, Designing for the Future | Geoff Christou

Passion in Practice: Resilience, Transformation, and Radical Self-Care

This episode marks 10 years of The Permaculture Podcast with Scott Mann, the longest-running English language podcast dedicated to the breadth and depth of permaculture. To celebrate a decade of the show, the following interview is a personal one for me. In 2015, I interviewed Taj Scicluna, The Perma Pixie, and the two conversations we […] The post Passion in Practice: Resilience, Transformation, and Radical Self-Care appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--1 w ago
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Passion in Practice: Resilience, Transformation, and Radical Self-Care

Gayogohono Revitalization: Native Plants, Language, and People

A common refrain in permaculture is about our need to develop a sense of place. To have an understanding of where we currently live, where we come from, and to find a connection to the land under our feet or where we call home. For those of us within the anglosphere, we have a Nation […] The post Gayogohono Revitalization: Native Plants, Language, and People appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--3 w ago
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Gayogohono Revitalization: Native Plants, Language, and People

Building a Better World in Your Backyard | Shawn Klassen-Koop

Permaculture practices begin in the landscape, with the training of a permaculture design course focusing on how to design in a way that restores soil, grows food and creates spaces for human needs, and cares for Earth, in ever-expanding zones. During our time in that class, we may spend some of the conversations on alternative […] The post Building a Better World in Your Backyard | Shawn Klassen-Koop appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--3 w ago
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Building a Better World in Your Backyard | Shawn Klassen-Koop

Designing for Clients: From Consultation to Implementation | Owen Wormser

When I left my permaculture design course I was fairly comfortable walking the landscape and looking for areas of shade or full sun, and tracking how that would change throughout the day. To walk barefoot after a brief rain to feel where the soil drained quickly or to find spots where water pooled, even if […] The post Designing for Clients: From Consultation to Implementation | Owen Wormser appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--SEP 19
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Designing for Clients: From Consultation to Implementation | Owen Wormser

DIY Garden Amendments | Nigel Palmer

My guest today is Nigel Palmer, author of The Regenerative Grower’s Guide to Garden Amendments. In our conversation, which begins with his biography, he shares his inspiration from the work of John Kempf and Dan Kittredge, along with the JADAM Korean farming method, to create garden amendments at home from hyper-local sources: eggshells and bones […] The post DIY Garden Amendments | Nigel Palmer appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

40 minSEP 12
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DIY Garden Amendments | Nigel Palmer

An Introduction to Biodynamic Agriculture | Allen Clements

My guest today is Allen Clements, a permaculture practitioner who, when we recorded this interview in January, 2020, was completing his certification in Biodynamic Agriculture at the Pfeiffer Center in Spring Valley, New York. I’ve been intrigued by biodynamic agriculture as a farming practice since first hearing about the growth of biodynamic wineries in Sonoma […] The post An Introduction to Biodynamic Agriculture | Allen Clements appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

45 minSEP 5
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An Introduction to Biodynamic Agriculture | Allen Clements

Managing Complexity | Holistic Management with Allan Savory

Today’s interview was originally recorded by the Australian podcaster Dan Palmer for an episode of his excellent, Making Permaculture Stronger. I’ve known Dan since before he started his show and as I recall it was at 1 or 2 AM on the East Coast of the United States when we connected over Skype several years […] The post Managing Complexity | Holistic Management with Allan Savory appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--AUG 29
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Managing Complexity | Holistic Management with Allan Savory

Improving Broadscale Agriculture | John Kempf

My guest today is John Kempf, the author of the recently released Quality Agriculture. A farmer, teacher, and entrepreneur from Northeast, Ohio, John has spent more than 15 years developing a nutrition and farm management program that quickly restores soil health and maximizes plant resistance to disease and insects, while reducing costs and increasing profits […] The post Improving Broadscale Agriculture | John Kempf appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--AUG 8
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Improving Broadscale Agriculture | John Kempf

Permaculture Values and Impact Investing | Laura Oldanie

My guest today is Laura Oldanie, a permaculture practitioner and the author behind the website Rich and Resilient Living, which focuses on how we can live a life and make financial decisions that lead to a regenerative future. Laura joins me as a sort of continuation of the conversation with Erin Axelrod, but focusing on […] The post Permaculture Values and Impact Investing | Laura Oldanie appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--AUG 2
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Permaculture Values and Impact Investing | Laura Oldanie

Latest Episodes

We are Time Scouts, Designing for the Future | Geoff Christou

The title for this episode is based on a quote from Bill Mollison that my guest, Geoff Christou, paraphrases in the middle of our conversation today about how Utopian literature, the need to imagine the future, and sharing that vision with others through stories, can help our work as permaculture practitioners. That we can create […] The post We are Time Scouts, Designing for the Future | Geoff Christou appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--2 d ago
Comments
We are Time Scouts, Designing for the Future | Geoff Christou

Passion in Practice: Resilience, Transformation, and Radical Self-Care

This episode marks 10 years of The Permaculture Podcast with Scott Mann, the longest-running English language podcast dedicated to the breadth and depth of permaculture. To celebrate a decade of the show, the following interview is a personal one for me. In 2015, I interviewed Taj Scicluna, The Perma Pixie, and the two conversations we […] The post Passion in Practice: Resilience, Transformation, and Radical Self-Care appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--1 w ago
Comments
Passion in Practice: Resilience, Transformation, and Radical Self-Care

Gayogohono Revitalization: Native Plants, Language, and People

A common refrain in permaculture is about our need to develop a sense of place. To have an understanding of where we currently live, where we come from, and to find a connection to the land under our feet or where we call home. For those of us within the anglosphere, we have a Nation […] The post Gayogohono Revitalization: Native Plants, Language, and People appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--3 w ago
Comments
Gayogohono Revitalization: Native Plants, Language, and People

Building a Better World in Your Backyard | Shawn Klassen-Koop

Permaculture practices begin in the landscape, with the training of a permaculture design course focusing on how to design in a way that restores soil, grows food and creates spaces for human needs, and cares for Earth, in ever-expanding zones. During our time in that class, we may spend some of the conversations on alternative […] The post Building a Better World in Your Backyard | Shawn Klassen-Koop appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--3 w ago
Comments
Building a Better World in Your Backyard | Shawn Klassen-Koop

Designing for Clients: From Consultation to Implementation | Owen Wormser

When I left my permaculture design course I was fairly comfortable walking the landscape and looking for areas of shade or full sun, and tracking how that would change throughout the day. To walk barefoot after a brief rain to feel where the soil drained quickly or to find spots where water pooled, even if […] The post Designing for Clients: From Consultation to Implementation | Owen Wormser appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--SEP 19
Comments
Designing for Clients: From Consultation to Implementation | Owen Wormser

DIY Garden Amendments | Nigel Palmer

My guest today is Nigel Palmer, author of The Regenerative Grower’s Guide to Garden Amendments. In our conversation, which begins with his biography, he shares his inspiration from the work of John Kempf and Dan Kittredge, along with the JADAM Korean farming method, to create garden amendments at home from hyper-local sources: eggshells and bones […] The post DIY Garden Amendments | Nigel Palmer appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

40 minSEP 12
Comments
DIY Garden Amendments | Nigel Palmer

An Introduction to Biodynamic Agriculture | Allen Clements

My guest today is Allen Clements, a permaculture practitioner who, when we recorded this interview in January, 2020, was completing his certification in Biodynamic Agriculture at the Pfeiffer Center in Spring Valley, New York. I’ve been intrigued by biodynamic agriculture as a farming practice since first hearing about the growth of biodynamic wineries in Sonoma […] The post An Introduction to Biodynamic Agriculture | Allen Clements appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

45 minSEP 5
Comments
An Introduction to Biodynamic Agriculture | Allen Clements

Managing Complexity | Holistic Management with Allan Savory

Today’s interview was originally recorded by the Australian podcaster Dan Palmer for an episode of his excellent, Making Permaculture Stronger. I’ve known Dan since before he started his show and as I recall it was at 1 or 2 AM on the East Coast of the United States when we connected over Skype several years […] The post Managing Complexity | Holistic Management with Allan Savory appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--AUG 29
Comments
Managing Complexity | Holistic Management with Allan Savory

Improving Broadscale Agriculture | John Kempf

My guest today is John Kempf, the author of the recently released Quality Agriculture. A farmer, teacher, and entrepreneur from Northeast, Ohio, John has spent more than 15 years developing a nutrition and farm management program that quickly restores soil health and maximizes plant resistance to disease and insects, while reducing costs and increasing profits […] The post Improving Broadscale Agriculture | John Kempf appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--AUG 8
Comments
Improving Broadscale Agriculture | John Kempf

Permaculture Values and Impact Investing | Laura Oldanie

My guest today is Laura Oldanie, a permaculture practitioner and the author behind the website Rich and Resilient Living, which focuses on how we can live a life and make financial decisions that lead to a regenerative future. Laura joins me as a sort of continuation of the conversation with Erin Axelrod, but focusing on […] The post Permaculture Values and Impact Investing | Laura Oldanie appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

--AUG 2
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Permaculture Values and Impact Investing | Laura Oldanie
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