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The Permaculture Podcast

Scott Mann

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Caring for Earth, Ourselves, and Each Other.
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Maine Local Living School

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02/21/23 • 35 min

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My guest today is Chris Knapp, an instructor and one of the founders of Maine Local Living School, a homestead and education center in Temple, Maine.

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Water Harvesting

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04/07/23 • 42 min

My guest for this episode is Brad Lancaster author of the Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond series.
In this episode, Brad and I discuss the value of infiltrating water into the soil so that it becomes a resource that we invest during water-rich times and withdraw from that bank only when needed during dry times. As Brad’s work includes more than just drylands the conversation also includes ideas for storing water in rich areas. Along the way we also look at several listener questions including fog harvesting, using living systems to hand wet basements, and observing to find the right match for plants suitable to wet clay soils. What I really enjoyed about this conversation was Brad’s continued reference to creating and using living systems.

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Other resources of interest
Brad's blog post on Fog Harvesting
David Eisenberg and the Development Center for Appropriate Technology
Zephaniah Phiri Maseko's biography at National Geographic.

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Broad Impact Permaculture

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07/31/19 • 6 min

“What have you seen through your lived experience and via your increasing network that gives you not only aspirational hope, but also “perspirational” perspective & confidence of moving past demonstration projects and moving toward broader-scale impact?” Posted by Christopher Kopka during the May Ask Me Anything on Patreon. I don’t see the land and agriculture-based permaculture [...]

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07/31/19 • 6 min

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The Fruit Forager’s Companion

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01/28/23 • 47 min

Chef and writer Sara Bir joins me to share her work as a foodie and author of The Fruit Forager’s Companion, from Chelsea Green Publishing.
Using her book and those experiences as a place to start, we explore her interest in wild fruit and foods, including first falling in love with the paw paw, and about how shared experiences, in the forest or around the table, bring us together. You can find Sara on her website sausagetarian and her book at Chelsea Green. I also recommend following her on Instagram, if you’re on there, as she posts some really great pictures about food. Just as with her website, you’ll find her there as sausagetarian.
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The Understory

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02/28/23 • 54 min

In this episode, Chris Knapp, one of the founders of Maine Local Living School in Temple, Maine, returns to talk about their immersive educational experience, The Understory.
During our conversation, Chris shares how this program came to be, his influences, and the knowledge, skills, and encounters he and his fellow instructors seek to impart to students during the multi-week, onsite program.
If you are interested in permaculture and what permaculture education can look like beyond the Permaculture Design Course, or you are an instructor looking to build upon your existing curriculum and offerings, this is an interview to dive into.
Find out more about Chris, the school, and The Understory at MaineLocalLiving.org.

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Kochia

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03/07/23 • 13 min

In this guest episode, the final in this series, naturalist and writer Shane Sater, shares his insights and thoughts on kochia as it relates to sparrows; a reflection on how an introduced plant species create novel ecosystems and adaptations.
And that was Shane Sater. You can read more of his nature writing and view the photographs from his journey in the natural world at WhatsGoingOnBlog.org.

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09/30/19 • 56 min

Today, Michael Judd joins me to discuss his newest book: For the Love of PawPaws: A Mini Manual for Growing and Caring for PawPaws – From Seed to Table. During this in-person interview, we start with what he’s currently working on, including where he’s gone with natural burials and his exploration of chestnuts as [...]

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Scaling up with Blacksheep

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09/19/19 • 60 min

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My guests for this episode are Joshua Hughes and Amanda Wilson of VerdEnergia Pacifica and Blacksheep Regenerative Resource Management. On the ground practitioners of permaculture practitioners engaged in restorative business, Joshua and Amanda are the founders and, respectively, the CEO and CMO of Black Sheep Regenerative Resource Management. Together they’ve co-managed VerdEnergia Pacifica, a permaculture [...]

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Into The Night on Furry Wings

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01/25/23 • 13 min

This episode is the first in a series of guest permabytes from Shane Sater.
Shane, a naturalist and writer based in Montana, USA, has a deep passion for nature and community which he explores through his writing where he brings together his training in environmental science, botany, and field biology with his lived experiences in his community, speaking to wonder and the embodied relationship with nature that all of us can have. Throughout his journeys, Shane feels a special affinity for silk moths, stinging nettles, cottonwoods, and meadowlarks - among many other of Earth’s creatures.
Read more of Shane's nature writing at: https://whatsgoingonblog.org/

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Why Practice Permaculture?

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04/11/23 • 12 min

In her storytelling way, Rosemary Morrow joins me to share why, after all these years, she continues to practice permaculture and finds this design system so important to our present and the future.
Her newest book is Earth Restorer’s Guide to Permaculture, which you can find in the store at PermaculturePrinciples.com.
Listen to the first conversation with Rosemary: Rosemary Morrow's Journey to Permaculture

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How many episodes does The Permaculture Podcast have?

The Permaculture Podcast currently has 657 episodes available.

What topics does The Permaculture Podcast cover?

The podcast is about Leisure, Home & Garden and Podcasts.

What is the most popular episode on The Permaculture Podcast?

The episode title 'Maine Local Living School' is the most popular.

What is the average episode length on The Permaculture Podcast?

The average episode length on The Permaculture Podcast is 40 minutes.

How often are episodes of The Permaculture Podcast released?

Episodes of The Permaculture Podcast are typically released every 6 days, 18 hours.

When was the first episode of The Permaculture Podcast?

The first episode of The Permaculture Podcast was released on Feb 23, 2011.

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