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    1705 – Growing Food, Growing Communities with an AMI F...

    1705 – Growing Food, Growing Communities with an AMI Fellowship

    How do we make permaculture education more affordable? This is a common question in our community, and today I sit down and speak Jessa Fowler, the Education Director at Allegheny Mountain Institute, about a way AMI creates opportunities through a stipend-supported fellowship program. This 18 month course is a hands-on intensive focused on farming, communities, […]

    Episode 1522: What is a Permaculture Teacher Training? with ...

    Episode 1522: What is a Permaculture Teacher Training? with Jude Hobbs

    Like this podcast? Support it on Patreon. My guest for this episode Jude Hobbs. Jude runs Cascadia Permaculture, located in Cottage Grove, Oregon, and is a long time permaculture designer and teacher. 2015 is her 15th year offering a Permaculture Teacher Training, and that class forms the basis of our conversation. She shares with us […]

    Itinerant Permaculture Schedule for 2013

    Itinerant Permaculture Schedule for 2013

    This is the upcoming schedule for my friend, and former teacher, Rico Zook. If you know anyone in Indonesia, India, Cuba, or places in between looking for a PDC or other Permaculture experience, share the word and contact Rico and his staff for more information. 2013 Schedule and Newsletter 2013 is an exciting year for […]

    Episode 1236: Financial Permaculture with Eric Toensmeier

    Episode 1236: Financial Permaculture with Eric Toensmeier

    My guest for this episode is Eric Toensmeier and we talk about the upcoming Financial Permaculture Workshop, to provide examples of applying the ideas of financial permaculture to the real world: building regenerative businesses, connecting with financiers because, as much as http://www.financialpermaculture.com/it would be great if we didn’t, these projects require money, and community development […]

    Episode 1228: Thoughts from a Farm Tour (Permabyte)

    Episode 1228: Thoughts from a Farm Tour (Permabyte)

    In early October, 2012, I joined Oxfam and the Women In Agriculture Network to take a tour of Yeehaw Farm in Duncannon, Pennsylvania. Yeehaw Farm is a multi-generational farm operated by Judi Radel that moved to sustainable practices 5 years ago. The farm raises cows, goats, and chickens, as well as vegetables and grains, selling […]