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Episode 1622: Holistic Veterinary Med...

Episode 1622: Holistic Veterinary Medicine with Dr. Talia Fletcher
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My guest for this episode is Dr. Talia Fletcher, a Canadian veterinarian, who takes a holistic approach to animals and medicine, that includes knowledge of permaculture and a background in WWOOFING. During the conversation today, she shares with us what it means to take a holistic approach to veterinary medicine and how it can reduce […]

Episode 1621: Community and Tradition...

Episode 1621: Community and Traditions
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(About the picture: This is where I’ve spent my visits to Clear Creek. The house in the center is Phillip’s family home, which is mentioned in this episode. On the left is the schoolhouse where  we recorded the interviews.) Today’s conversation is the second round table recorded at Clear Creek in Mid-April, 2016.  As I […]

Episode 1620: Making Mead, Natural Bu...

Episode 1620: Making Mead, Natural Building, and Permaculture Farming
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(About the picture: The grainery at Salamander Springs Farm is the first structure one encounters on arriving up the steep, mountain lane. This building, still new when the first round table was recorded in August 2015, stands ready for the opening of another season on the farm.) Today’s interview is a round table recorded in […]

Episode 1619: Philly Roundtable Q...

Episode 1619: Philly Roundtable Q&A
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My guests for this episode are Nate Kleinman of Experimental Farm Network, Paul Glover the founder of Philadelphia Orchard Project, Robyn Mello of Philadelphia Orchard Project, and Kirtrina Baxter of Public Interest Law Center, recorded earlier this year at Repair the World. Today’s interview is the second Philadelphia Roundtable recording and is a question and […]

Episode 1618: PDCs and Families

Episode 1618: PDCs and Families
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Today’s interview is about how to make permaculture education more accessible and provides different ways to do so for families and couples, as well as for those whom the more traditional two week intensive is burdensome. We also discuss different class formats beyond the design course, and what age is appropriate for a student to […]

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