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Episode 1626: The Transition Town Mov...

Episode 1626: The Transition Town Movement with Rob Hopkins
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My guest for this episode is Rob Hopkins the creator of the idea of Transition Towns, a way for us to move from oil dependency to local resilience. That lead to his writing The Transition Handbook, something every permaculture practitioner should have in their library and which serves as a good introduction, along with Toby […]

Episode 1625: The New Wildcrafted Cui...

Episode 1625: The New Wildcrafted Cuisine with Pascal Baudar
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My guest for this episode is Pascal Baudar, author of The New Wildcrafted Cuisine. Pascal is taking foraged food and elevating them to more than just something to eat, and creating rich meals from the common, such as wild mustards or acorns, to the uncommon, like lurp sugar or fleas, building on years of experience […]

Episode 1624: The Climate Change Play...

Episode 1624: The Climate Change Playbook with Linda Booth Sweeney
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Our guest today is Linda Booth Sweeney co-author, along with Dennis Meadows and Gillian Martin Mehers, of the The Climate Change Playbook. ┬áDuring the conversation Linda shares with us how we can use games to better understand systems, specifically Climate Change. This is important because of the crisis that the weirding of our atmosphere is […]

Episode 1623: Experiential Design and...

Episode 1623: Experiential Design and Capacity Building in Permaculture Education
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Our guest today is Joshua Cubista, a permaculture practitioner from the American Southwest who teaches at Prescott College. Though the title for this episode is a bit of a mouthful, and what follows stays rather technical in how Joshua shares the message with us, the core of the conversation is fairly simple: how do we […]

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 […]

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