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    Episode 1618: PDCs and Families

    Episode 1618: PDCs and Families

    Today’s interview is with Jesse Peterson and Penny Livingston-Stark about how to make permaculture education more accessible and provides different ways to do so for families and couples, as well as for those whom the more traditional two week intensive is burdensome. We also discuss different class formats beyond the design course, and what age […]

    1612 – Professional Permaculture Education with Erik O...

    1612 – Professional Permaculture Education with Erik Ohlsen

    My guest for this episode is Erik Ohlsen, founder of Permaculture Artisans and co-founder and executive director of Permaculture Skills Center in Sebastopol, California. A previous guest on the show, he joins me today to examine the idea of what it means to gain a permaculture rooted education that takes our practices beyond an introductory […]

    Episode 1410: Right Living and Authentic Education with Adam...

    Episode 1410: Right Living and Authentic Education with Adam Campbell

    My guest for this episode is Adam Campbell, a permaculture teacher who lives at the Stillwater Sanctuary and teaches at the Peace and Permaculture Center. This is the second of several episodes that come from one long conversation I had with Adam.  As this picks up right where things left off, it’s best if you […]

    Episode 1403: Urban Landscapes, Bio-Diversity, and Permacult...

    Episode 1403: Urban Landscapes, Bio-Diversity, and Permaculture Education with Marisha Auerbach

    My guest for this episode is Marisha Auerbach, a permaculture designer and teacher from Portland, Oregon. She joins me today to talk about her work in the urban environment and her intentional choice to move to Portland to build working examples of the systems needed to exemplify what we can do. From there we touch […]