The Permaculture Podcast

    About

    Scott Mann, Creator

    Scott started The Permaculture Podcast in October 2010, the same week he completed a Permaculture Design Course with Susquehanna Permaculture. Originally interested in interviewing gardeners, homesteaders, and land-managers as a way to extend his permaculture education, this gradually shifted towards the emerging edge of social permaculture. If you’ve read a book on permaculture or attended a convergence, there’s a good chance you’ll find the author or speaker in the archives. If not, they’ll be on the show soon enough.

    David Bilbrey, Co-Host.

    Joining the show as a regular contributor in 2018, David began podcasting as a guest host with Scott in 2016 with an interview of Eric Chisler. With a focus on regenerative enterprise and community development, David explores the intersection between permaculture and business. Explore the archives and you’ll find David’s interviews with Gregory Landua, Dr. Elaine Ingham, Joel Solomon, and many more.

    Join us as we discover the possibilities and push the edges of Permaculture together.

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    4 Comments

    1. Dillon Naber CruzDillon Naber Cruz
      December 27, 2011    

      Aloha Scott! Good to see you on the web spreading the word!!! Send me an update about what you’re up to!

    2. Ryan FrankeRyan Franke
      August 26, 2017    

      Your podcast series allows me to stay engaged with the world in a meaningful way while I work a job that has me doing meaningless work. What a gift. Thank you.

      • Dustin BraunDustin Braun
        December 19, 2017    

        I agree Ryan! Good seeing you on here.

    3. Jane ToyJane Toy
      December 13, 2017    

      Fantastic podcast and great work. Your work is reaching me in Wanganui, New Zealand where I am encouraged by the information you provide to continue to ‘Bulid the world I want to live in’. Thanks.

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