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 Vicki Hird - Rebugging the Planet | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 45:24

Visit Our Sponsor: Foraged.Market Donate Directly: via PayPal -or- Venmo @permaculturepodcast   Want to listen to more conversations about Permaculture?  Browse the extensive archives of the show.  We know that pesticides have an outsized impact on insects in the environment, particularly when broad-spectrum chemicals are used, killing nearly all the invertebrates they touch. If you’ve read a warning label on these, or many of the other garden, yard, or farm sprays available, you’ll find cautions about keeping the contents of the container out of waterways or away from amphibians. But what about the other harms of human impacts? Like the destruction of habitat. The ever-increasing noise of industry. The lights that fill the sky with brightness throughout the night. And once we’re aware of this mess, what can we do to start repairing the damage?   Learn More

 Shantree Kacera – The Living Centre | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

We can expect change to occur continuously throughout our lives. We’re likely to call several places home. Friends will come and go. We’ll move between jobs multiple times and likely even switch career paths. As permaculture practitioners, in the landscape, we play with change. Slowing succession in some places of our design, advancing it in […] The post Shantree Kacera – The Living Centre appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

 Shantree Kacera - The Living Centre | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 52:28

Visit Our Sponsor: Foraged.Market Donate Directly: via PayPal -or- Venmo @permaculturepodcast   Want to listen to more conversations about Permaculture?  Browse the extensive archives of the show.  We can expect change to occur continuously throughout our lives. We’re likely to call several places home. Friends will come and go. We’ll move between jobs multiple times and likely even switch career paths. As permaculture practitioners, in the landscape, we play with change. Slowing succession in some places of our design, advancing it in others, to arrest or encourage this process on a timeline that matches what we want within any given zone. But how do we change as people and plan the succession of an organization, and the land it inhabits, through time?   Learn More

 Gigi Berardi – FoodWISE | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Food. Something we think about regularly. Whether that’s what we’re having for our next meal; trying to remember the contents of our cabinets or refrigerator; or what we need to buy on our next trip to the grocery store. As permaculture practitioners, these thoughts are also likely to include what we’ll be harvesting from our […] The post Gigi Berardi – FoodWISE appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

 Gigi Berardi - FoodWISE | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 43:12

Visit Our Sponsor: Foraged.Market Donate Directly: via PayPal -or- Venmo @permaculturepodcast   Want to listen to more conversations about Permaculture?  Browse the extensive archives of the show.  Food. Something we think about regularly. Whether that’s what we’re having for our next meal; trying to remember the contents of our cabinets or refrigerator; or what we need to buy on our next trip to the grocery store. As permaculture practitioners, these thoughts are also likely to include what we’ll be harvesting from our garden; searching for a local source from a producer we can meet face to face; or reading labels to find the indicators of where something comes from and how it was produced.   Learn More

 Wake Up, Grow Up, Clean Up, Show Up | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Today’s interview is a casual and relaxed conversation, as I sit down with my co-host, David Bilbrey, and turn the mic towards him to discuss what brought him to permaculture and the ideas that influence how he sees the world. We touch on the work of Ken Wilber and Integral Theory, what community can mean […] The post Wake Up, Grow Up, Clean Up, Show Up appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

 Wake Up, Grow Up, Clean Up, Show Up | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 41:27

Visit Our Sponsor: Foraged.Market Donate Directly: via PayPal -or- Venmo @permaculturepodcast   Want to listen to more conversations about Permaculture?  Browse the extensive archives of the show.  Today’s interview is a casual and relaxed conversation, as I sit down with my co-host, David Bilbrey, and turn the mic towards him to discuss what brought him to permaculture and the ideas that influence how he sees the world. We touch on the work of Ken Wilber and Integral Theory, what community can mean in an internet-connected age, how podcasts make the world smaller as we hear from people we might not encounter otherwise, and the importance of sitting down to listen to a conversation between two people.   Learn More

 Carmen De Jesus - Consent and Our Livelihoods | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:01:29

Visit Our Sponsor: Foraged.Market Donate to the Podcast via PayPal -or- Venmo @permaculturepodcast Join Our Community of Patrons on Patreon  Want to listen to more conversations about Permaculture?  Browse the extensive archives of the show.    Today’s episode is a collaboration with my friend, Karryn Olson. She’s currently hosting a series of conversations exploring what work could look, feel like, and give rise to, if our efforts were dedicated to collective thriving and evolution.     During these times with Karryn and her guests, we’ll hear them explore visions of what the world could look like if we dedicated more of the hours of our day towards work in service to life. And what it could mean—to us, our communities, and the world—if we earned our living through this work.   Join the Podcast Patreon Community Find the guest for this episode, Carmen Leilani DeJesus at museyouneedmost.me and on Instagram @consentisapractice.    You can find our host for this episode, Karryn Olson, at Regenepreneurs.com and additional resources from her session with Carmen at Regenepreneurs.com/dejesus.   I'm collaborating with Karryn to share more conversations from this series with you in the future on The Permaculture Podcast. If you’d like to see what’s coming up from Karryn and her guests, including joining in on an upcoming live session via this link:    Cultivating Livelihoods In Service to Life: A Conversation Series Karryn's next session is on Wednesday, October 6th, at 8 pm Eastern with the folks from the Meaningful Work Project.   In hearing what Karryn was working on, I wanted to share these conversations with you on The Permaculture Podcast, because the specific interviews and themes of the overall series speak to the growing dissonance I’ve experienced myself and heard from listeners between trying to make our way through the world while staying true to your values and the ethics of permaculture, while trading one’s work energy for dollars that are earned through practices that seem extractive, meaningless, or, in the words and title of the book by the late David Graber, like a bullshit job. And as if that weren’t enough, we’re navigating all this while feeling, in our bones and in our souls, the impacts of growing climate disruption, increasing wealth inequality, continual social injustice, ongoing pandemic chaos, and the myriad of other social and environmental ills all around us.    To help us with this, Karryn is speaking with numerous guests across a variety of disciplines to explore topics that move our individual mindset and shift our cultural paradigms.   Some of those include:   Right livelihoods. Collective liberation. Regenerative entrepreneurship. Social innovation. Decolonizing our concepts of "work.” And the importance of embracing pleasure and grief.   Listened to individually or taken together, it is Karryn and I’s desire to revitalize you and your work as we, all of us, stand together and cross the thresholds of our time.    Until we meet again, spend your days ranting about your needs and wants, meditating on whether you are saying yes willingly or out of a sense of obligation, and considering what work feels like in your body, while taking care of Earth, your self, and each other.

 Carmen De Jesus – Consent and Our Livelihoods | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Today’s episode is a collaboration with my friend, Karryn Olson. She’s currently hosting a series of conversations exploring what work could look, feel like, and give rise to, if our efforts were dedicated to collective thriving and evolution. During these times with Karryn and her guests, we’ll hear them explore visions of what the world […] The post Carmen De Jesus – Consent and Our Livelihoods appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

 Scott Gallant – Tropical Permaculture in Costa Rica | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Our individual permaculture practices are rooted in the teachers we learn with. In the books we read to expand our knowledge. In the videos we watch on YouTube to answer a particular question. Or the documentaries we find on Netflix that give us a sense of connection to the larger world. Our practices are also […] The post Scott Gallant – Tropical Permaculture in Costa Rica appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

 Scott Gallant - Tropical Permaculture in Costa Rica | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 39:22

Visit Our Sponsor: Foraged.Market Donate Directly: via PayPal -or- Venmo @permaculturepodcast   Want to listen to more conversations about Permaculture?  Browse the extensive archives of the show.  Our individual permaculture practices are rooted in the teachers we learn with. In the books we read to expand our knowledge. In the videos we watch on YouTube to answer a particular question. Or the documentaries we find on Netflix that give us a sense of connection to the larger world.   Learn More

 Anna Urbanek – Herbalist’s Primer | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

My longest-running hobby—one I’ve participated in since I was a child, long before discovering permaculture—is playing tabletop roleplaying games. Perhaps the most well-known of those that you’ve heard of, or played yourself, is Dungeons and Dragons. Growing up hearing my family members tell stories, I experienced how they drew you in and spun a yarn, […] The post Anna Urbanek – Herbalist’s Primer appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

 Anna Urbanek - Herbalist’s Primer | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 42:39

Visit Our Sponsor: Foraged.Market Donate Directly: via PayPal -or- Venmo @permaculturepodcast   Want to listen to more conversations about Permaculture?  Browse the extensive archives of the show.  My longest-running hobby—one I’ve participated in since I was a child, long before discovering permaculture—is playing tabletop roleplaying games. Perhaps the most well-known of those that you’ve heard of, or played yourself, is Dungeons and Dragons.   Learn More

 David Dodd – Disasters and Resilience | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

A note on the content for today’s episode. The interview which follows is a discussion of disasters and their impacts, including food insecurity, personal injury, and suicide. Listener discretion is advised. How do we prepare ourselves for disasters, whether natural or manmade, such as a seasonal storm, global pandemic, economic collapse, or political upheaval? This […] The post David Dodd – Disasters and Resilience appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

 David Dodd - Disasters and Resilience | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 57:04

Visit Our Sponsor: Foraged.Market Donate Directly: via PayPal -or- Venmo @permaculturepodcast   Want to listen to more conversations about Permaculture?  Browse the extensive archives of the show.  A note on the content for today’s episode. The interview which follows is a discussion of disasters and their impacts, including food insecurity, personal injury, and suicide. Listener discretion is advised. How do we prepare ourselves for disasters, whether natural or manmade, such as a seasonal storm, global pandemic, economic collapse, or political upheaval?   Learn More

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