The world is full of negative news and the planet is in crisis. This it can be downright disheartening and you feel that there is nothing that you can do. I am here to provide a different perspective. The Permaculture for the Future Podcast is about spreading positive and impactful stories, tips, and ways that each one of us can transition into a regenerative lifestyle. We talk about simple ways to make lifestyle changes and interview authors, teachers, and other folks that are collectively healing ourselves and the planet.If you want to make an ecological impact, stick around because this podcast is for you.
How Deanna started her career in studying indigenous culturesTraveling to Africa during Deanna's Prescott College days to research about chocolatesDeanna's experiences with her business selling chocolatesBusiness as opportunity to do goodAbout Deanna Moore:
Deanna Moore is committed to helping people spread their message and activate their vision toward a just, sacred and sustainable culture. She has a background in Permaculture, Ecology, Holistic Health & Education. She has an MA in Ecology & Education from Prescott College and is a published co-author of “The Green Intention”. She is a food entrepreneur and collaborator with values-based for profit and non-profit businesses alike. She loves surfing, primitive skills, mezcal and mushrooms! She is co-founder of Remarkable Wellness www.myremarkablewellness.com.
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Preparing for Future Catastrophes
Episode Highlights:Rob’s journey from being a pipeline engineer to permacultureHow harvesting energy coincides with permacultureDifference between the rebuild and resetWhy community groups are more important than gardeningWhy do we need to consider...
Raising Quail for "Fast Food"
Episode HighlightsAdvantage of raising quail over chickenBasic things to get that Franchesca recommends when raising quail for the first timeThe process of hatching, breeding, and maintaining quailProcess of raising quails for eggs and meatPersonality...
About Erik OhlsenErik Ohlsen is an internationally recognized permaculture teacher, educator, and author; he is an award winning landscape contractor and a life long activist. He has specialized in homestead scale regenerative design: including water...
Permaculture, Resilience, and the Coronavirus
About Richard HeinbergRichard Heinberg is Senior Fellow of Post Carbon Institute and author of several books on energy and the environment, including Afterburn: Society Beyond Fossil Fuels, and, with David Fridley, Our Renewable Future. His upcoming...
Starting a Resilience Garden
About Yael Zaidman
Yael is a nurturer of life. Whether she is working with compost, soil microbes, worms, plants, or seeds, she brings all to life. Yael has experience building and growing farms and gardens from small scale backyard gardens to managing the greenhouse propagation and starts for a 100 acre organic farm.
Yael is the co-founder of the San Diego Sustainable Living Institute and Terra Corazon, a 17 acre permaculture farm in San Diego County, which she is developing with her family and friends.
Yael’s approach with her food growing projectsHow to find ideas on what to grow in your gardenEating the garden that is already growing with wild ediblesHow to start a gardenImportance of community in garden resilience