9 episodes

Inspiring stories and conversations with people who are using their voice, their passion and their hearts to create a kinder world.

The Palmcast Yaga Journal

    • Society & Culture

Inspiring stories and conversations with people who are using their voice, their passion and their hearts to create a kinder world.

    Kobi – Falling in love with weeds

    Kobi – Falling in love with weeds

    Kobi is a gardener, forager, and wise woman. With a background in permaculture and wild foraging, Kobi is deeply connected to the food we eat and the soil that provides us with that food. In this conversation, she shares with us the wonderful nature of weeds and why we should all fall in love with them.

    Unfortunately, at the time of publishing, 96 Bangalow had closed. However, you can follow Kobi's adventures and get in touch with her at: https://www.instagram.com/wilderway/

    In this episode, Kobi mentions a documentary on regenerative farming in New Zealand. You can watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VZSJKbzyMc

    If you're interested in the Grow program by Harvest, you can get in touch with the Harvest team here:
    https://harvestnewrybar.com.au/

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Zoë Gameau – How we gather

    Zoë Gameau – How we gather

    Zoe Gameau is a mother, author, sustainability advocate, and gatherer. She is the creator of social enterprise, How We Gather, and the instigator of the One Green Dress movement. Zoe shared with Ella why gathering and living in a way that brings your actions and your values into alignment will save the world.

    • 1 hr 38 min
    Dr Bronwyn Bancroft – Standing in your own story

    Dr Bronwyn Bancroft – Standing in your own story

    Dr Bronwyn Bancroft is one of Australia's most talented Indigenous artists. Bronwyn speaks with her daughter Ella Bancroft on finding inner strength, supporting other women, fighting racism, and the healing powers of art.

    • 1 hr
    Elize Strydom – Learning from teenage girls

    Elize Strydom – Learning from teenage girls

    After growing up in a small town herself, Elize Strydom wanted to document the lives of teenage girls in small towns across Australia, the US, and South Africa. She's spent over fours years photographing teenage girls as they live their lives and experience the pressures of stepping into adulthood.

    You can view the photos at https://www.instagram.com/smalltowngirlproject/

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Kirilly Dawn – Birthing on country

    Kirilly Dawn – Birthing on country

    Kirilly Dawn is a dancer, doula, and the Founder of Indigenous Doulas, a community organisation to celebrate and support Indigenous women and mothers in pregnancy, birth and postpartum.

    Learn more at https://www.instagram.com/indigenous.doulas/ and follow Kirilly at https://www.instagram.com/kirillydawn/

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Ella Bancroft — So much to talk about

    Ella Bancroft — So much to talk about

    Ella is a Bundjalung woman, artist, storyteller, entrepreneur, dear friend, and also our co-host! We sat down over a cuppa to chat about some of the many things that Ella is passionate about. You can follow Ella on Instagram at @ellanoahbancroft_

    The Palmcast is created by coworking community, The Corner Palm (www.thecornerpalm.com) and purposeful production house, YAGA (www.yaga.com.au)

    • 51 min

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