The Permaculture Podcast

    Episode 1552: Developing NuMundo, a permaculture aligned business, with David Casey

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    My guest for this episode is David Casey, the Chief Visionary Officer of NuMundo, a platform that recently launched to connect people interested in permaculture and sustainability with locations around the world where guests can visit and learn about these practices from people who are living them.

    David Casey, Chief Visionary Officer of NuMundo.

    This episode is the first in a series on creating and running a permaculture business. I started with David because NuMundo is just launching, after a year of laying a good foundation, and his thoughts here provide some insight into ways to create your own space to build and grow an entrepreneur driven career from your own unique experience.

    If you are a host who wants to register your site, or a traveler interested in these opportunities, the website is There, and in the resource section below,  you will also find a link to the crowdfunding campaign.

    If you have business that involves the ethics of permaculture, I’d love to hear about it. Get in touch. Call: 717-827-6266 or email:

    You can also send something in the mail if you like. That address is:

    The Permaculture Podcast
    P.O. Box 16
    Dauphin, PA 17018

    From here, the next episode is my interview with Jereme Zimmerman on how to Make Mead like a Viking. Then a permabyte from Ethan Hughes, where he joins me to talk about moving Christmas towards a less consumption driven holiday by creating new traditions. After than is the last new interview of the year with Taj Scicluna, The Perma Pixie.

    Until the next time, spend each day creating the world you want to live in by taking care of Earth, your self, and each other.

    Resources: (David’s Site)
    The NuMundo CrowdFunding Campaign

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