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Embracing Hope | Bonita Ford
We live in a world that seems ever more chaotic and outside of our control. From a global pandemic that is unlikely to be the only one we experience in our lifetimes to devastating natural disasters exacerbated by climate change that leads to weather weirding and chaos beyond our ability to properly map and mitigate. […] The post Embracing Hope | Bonita Ford appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.
An Introduction to Aquaponics | Jonathan Martinetto
Seafood represents the largest traded food commodity market in the world. 3 billion people depend on fish and other farmed or wild-caught foods as a source of protein, according to figures from the World Wildlife Fund. Regretfully, the majority of fish stocks are not sustainable, as they are overfished or fully exploited. Seeking sustainable and […] The post An Introduction to Aquaponics | Jonathan Martinetto appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.
Designing for Disasters: Understanding and Mitigating Wildfires | Matt Fidler
During our lifetime we will encounter a variety of short to long-term disasters. The form the problem takes will vary depending on where we live, and how widespread the incident is that occurs. In late 2019 and throughout 2020, we’ve all been finding ways to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. More regular and localized are […] The post Designing for Disasters: Understanding and Mitigating Wildfires | Matt Fidler appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.
Reducing Food Waste: An Introduction to Bokashi – Matt Arthur
In the United States alone, more than 38 million tons of food is thrown away every year. 94% of that winds up in landfills, to rot and release methane, and lock all the nutrients from being returned to Earth for future fertilization. Visit our Sponsor: Building a Better World in Your Backyard As permaculture practitioners, […] The post Reducing Food Waste: An Introduction to Bokashi – Matt Arthur appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.
Racism and Land Access in America
Every month I post an Ask Me Anything Thread over on the Patreon for the podcast at Patreon.com/permaculturepodcast. Most of the time these threads are about design and plants, like the best time to transplant Elderberry. Sometimes we get away from permaculture and a question will come up like, What is my favorite Halloween Candy? […] The post Racism and Land Access in America appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.
We are Time Scouts, Designing for the Future | Geoff Christou
The title for this episode is based on a quote from Bill Mollison that my guest, Geoff Christou, paraphrases in the middle of our conversation today about how Utopian literature, the need to imagine the future, and sharing that vision with others through stories, can help our work as permaculture practitioners. That we can create […] The post We are Time Scouts, Designing for the Future | Geoff Christou appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.