The Permaculture Podcast

    Episode 1320: Incredible Edible with Pam Warhurst

     

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    My guest for this episode is Pam Warhurst, co-founder of Incredible Edible, chair of the board of the British Forestry Commission, and a speaker at the TEDSalon London, in the Spring of 2012.

    I was struck by her work in planting edible landscapes because it happens with volunteers, not a whole lot of money, and often without permission. As I learned in our conversation, this is also done without endless talks and meetings. This is a movement about action.

    Incredible Edible is more than growing food, but also educating people, growing businesses, and fostering community. Here is a way to build not only a better world, but a kinder one as well.

    Resources:
    Incredible Edible Todmorden

    Pam’s TED Talk:

    4 Comments

    1. June 5, 2013    

      Hey you may want to check out the new Incredible Edible Network on Facebook or visit http://incredibleediblenetwork.org.uk/

    2. beccy de lognibeccy de logni
      June 7, 2013    

      In March 2013, we are now told, Britain came within hours of running out of gas and facing enormous power cuts.
      As you can see and hear, there is little chance of that happening now.

    3. celineceline
      April 13, 2015    

      Hi, whenever I click on the click to download link it takes me to a new page that plays the podcast and doesnt download. does anyone know how to download these podcasts?

      • April 13, 2015    

        Hello Celine,

        That link takes you directly to the audio file. Once you click on the file you should be able to choose, “File -> Save As” or you can right-click on the link, if you are on a Windows computer, and choose “Save As” to save the file. There should be a similar command on an Apple, but I don’t use one to know.

        -Scott

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