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    Pip Podcast #31: Mara Ripani – permaculture the Italian way

    Pip Podcast #31: Mara Ripani – permaculture the Italian way

    Welcome to Pip podcast number 31. Today we journey to the central Victorian countryside to visit Mara Ripani.

    Mara Ripani is a photographer, cook, grower and Pip writer who is living the homesteader dream. In this podcast she chats to Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt about the simple rituals of her daily life. She also shares her journey to the country. The perfect listen for those of us who dream of a home on the range!

    • 55 min
    Pip Podcast #30: Aboriginal Fire Management with Victor Steffensen

    Pip Podcast #30: Aboriginal Fire Management with Victor Steffensen

    Pip Podcast #30: Aboriginal Fire Management with Victor Steffensen by Pip Permaculture Magazine

    • 1 hr
    Pip Podcast #29: Getting Started Gardening with The Hungry Gardener

    Pip Podcast #29: Getting Started Gardening with The Hungry Gardener

    Welcome to the Pip Podcast number 29, and our first episode for 2020. In this episode Robyn talks about getting started gardening with Fabian Capomolla, aka the Hungry Gardener.

    Fabian has made a career out of getting people gardening at home. In 2009 he co-founded the Little Vegie Patch Co. More recently he has created the Hungry Gardener Podcast and written a book Growing Food the Italian Way.

    • 40 min
    Pip Podcast #28: Damon Gameau

    Pip Podcast #28: Damon Gameau

    It's Pip podcast time! Today Robyn is in conversation with Damon Gameau, actor, filmmaker and director of the new film 2040. The film is a hopeful vision for the future. A future in which humanity comes together to solve the crisis of climate change.

    • 40 min
    Pip Podcast #27: Natalie Isaacs

    Pip Podcast #27: Natalie Isaacs

    Welcome to our latest Pip Podcast! We're up to our 27th podcast, and in this episode Robyn chats with Natalie Isaacs – inspirational woman and founder of One Million Women.

    • 46 min
    Pip Podcast #26: Paul West

    Pip Podcast #26: Paul West

    Welcome to Pip Podcast number 26. In this podcast Robyn has a kitchen table conversation with chef, TV presenter, writer and grower Paul West of River Cottage Australia. Pull up a chair and enjoy as they talk all things food, family, culture andcommunity. In the podcast Paul shares his journey from dish-washer to TV chef to his most recent work writing about urban growing in his new book the Edible Garden Cookbook & Growing guide. Fill your cup and get inspired with Paul's contagious enthusiasm for food and community.

    • 1 hr 6 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

KrissyMissy78 ,

A great listen

If you’re into permaculture, simple living, reducing waste or sustainability, then you will enjoy this podcast. Robyn is such a down to earth host, I really enjoy the warmth and depth she brings to each interview. Each inspiring story makes me want to be a better person, live more gently on the earth and just get stuff done!

citygirlcomecountry ,

Loving Pip podcasts

I’ve been listening to Pip’s podcasts this past year and I’m loving them. I’ve also embarked on a permaculture course with Milkwood this year. Loving it.

Your Mara Ripani podcast really spoke to me. What she’s doing in Dalesford is so similar to my hopes here in northern Tasmania at our block of land that we purchased last year after moving my family from Sydney.

I particularly loved the conversation about letting your kids have their own thoughts and fitting in. My kids are at a similar age and I’m trying to increase their interest in growing our own food, which at times is proving challenging. Thanks for the advice.

BibaMartin ,

Welcome Back!

I loved the interview with Fabian. I lived in Milan for 2 years and that Italian way of life that Fabian banged on about only really exists in smaller towns. No one cooked and everyone went out to eat and there was no definitely no community like swapping of produce!

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