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The Poor Prole's Alamanac
The Poor Prole's Almanac
A leftist perspective on prepping, foraging, homesteading, weapons, community-building, and global warming during late-stage capitalism.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 186 ratings
I won’t shut up about nematodes
Started listening when I was a year into my own bountiful ecology project and it has been fantastic resource and entertaining to listen to as I work with my plants. Soil ecology is my favorite episode series
Cruelwolf via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/20/22
Andy and Elliot have good dad energy that’s frequently a bit cringe in a satisfying way and they provide in depth information that’s hard to find anywhere else and goes so much farther than typical “how to grow a tomato” content.
athoughtfulbee via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/20/22
Great show. These guys do a fantastic job of approaching food security, personal responsibility, and resiliency from a fresh prospective. They seamlessly blend indigenous knowledge, academic research, and modern experimentation into a collection of experience and theory that provides a...Read full review »
WolfHeartEagle via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/07/22
Recent Episodes
Published 01/24/22
We chat with Farmer Rishi of the Sarvodaya Institute about urban agriculture and its limitations. We also talk about the bigger picture about reconnecting with landscapes and what constitutes landscapes themselves-- how do we define nature, and why is that important?   Check out Farmer...
Published 01/24/22
In this episode, we talk with author and podcast host Peter Michael Bauer about rewilding, rebuilding our relationship with our local ecology, and our role as white people on colonized lands, especially when we want to rekindle these relationships with nature?   Check out the North American...
Published 01/17/22
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