Below are some of the classes Scott is teaching in the coming year, as well as events Photographer John and/or Scott are scheduled to attend.
Introduction to Podcasting
Dates: Thursdays: Feb 25, March 24, April 28, & May 26.
How do I choose a topic to podcast about?
What software is available to record and edit?
What equipment to buy?
How do I make it sound good?
Should my podcast be audio or video?
What about paying to advertise my podcast?
If time allows and based on participant interest we can discuss other topics like how to develop an interview style or the creation of an on-air persona.
Where: Seppi’s Place, Camp Hill, PA.
Price: $100 for all 4 sessions.
Register today, as spaces are limited.
Direct links, without details, go to events John and/or Scott are scheduled to cover this year. Longer entries are where Scott is recording a live podcast or presenting.
Round Table at Repair the World
Sunday, January 31st, 2016, I’m recording a round table in Philadelphia at Repair the World. Panel guests include:
Robyn Mello, from the Philadelphia Orchard Project
Kirtrina Baxter, from the Garden Justice Legal Initiative at the Public Interest Law Center
Paul Glover, local activist and founder of the Philadelphia Orchard Project
Nate Kleinman, from the Experimental Farm Network
Melissa Miles, local permaculture instructor / practitioner
Johnston Square Open House
Sunday, February 21st, 2016, I’m recording a live discussion in Baltimore, Maryland, in cooperation with Charm City Farms as part of their celebration of the Johnston Square site, the location for the next urban Permaculture space in Baltimore.
The itinerary for the day includes:
11am- 12pm: Come check out the space. Eric will give a brief tour of the lot, including Spring plans for both the growing space as well as the Brick Barn.
12pm- 1pm: Potluck Social in the barn, followed by a short presentation by Eric about some of the deeper plans and ideas for the indoor and outdoor space.
1pm- 3pm: Public interview by Scott Mann of the Permaculture Podcast with Victoria about The Forager’s Apprentice Course, including audience participation and Q & A.
4pm- 6pm: Movie night showing of the 2015 film INHABIT (if you are able, please bring an extra chair, as we are only set up to seat 20 people)
Mid-Atlantic Permaculture Convergence
Saturday, June 18, 2016, is the Mid-Atlantic Permaculture Convergence which is being organized with Emma Huvos of The Riverside Project.
Michael Judd is the keynote speaker, talking about his journey as a professional permaculture practitioner from his early days with Project Bonefide through today with his work as an author and designer.
Current workshops include:
Diane Blust of Chicory Hill Farm is offering an Introduction to Fermentation
Nicole Luttrel of Wild Song Farm discusses the role of animals in permaculture.
Shawn Walker of Trees101 will offer tree identification walks throughout the day.
And I’ll be recording a live round-table at the end of the day with the presenters and attendees.