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Scott Mann
The Permaculture Podcast
Caring for Earth, Ourselves, and Each Other.
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4.7 stars from 284 ratings
Great find
Rich information
Bil10923874 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/15/21
What a great range of topics!
I first got turned on to the podcast, looking for interviews with Joshua Hughes of Black Sheep Regenerative Land Management. Since then, I've learned so much about how others are applying permaculture to their lives & businesses. It's such a great tool to bring the community together!Read full review »
JasonBliss via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/11/20
Over all a great show
I reccomended it to help keep your ideas flowing on how to integrate permaculture into your life.
hojezabobluka via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/22/20
Recent Episodes
We can expect change to occur continuously throughout our lives. We’re likely to call several places home. Friends will come and go. We’ll move between jobs multiple times and likely even switch career paths. As permaculture practitioners, in the landscape, we play with change. Slowing succession...
Published 10/18/21
Food. Something we think about regularly. Whether that’s what we’re having for our next meal; trying to remember the contents of our cabinets or refrigerator; or what we need to buy on our next trip to the grocery store. As permaculture practitioners, these thoughts are also likely to include...
Published 10/11/21
Today’s interview is a casual and relaxed conversation, as I sit down with my co-host, David Bilbrey, and turn the mic towards him to discuss what brought him to permaculture and the ideas that influence how he sees the world. We touch on the work of Ken Wilber and Integral Theory, what community...
Published 09/27/21
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