Podcasts

Permaculture People | Monday, 22nd August 2016

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Phil Moore of Permaculture People joins Edible Landscapes London for a day workshop on soils. Jo Homan, freelance forest garden tutor, partners with Lewis McNeill, Project Manager of the Urban Orchard Project to deliver an engaging and lively... more
 
Daniel Tyrkiel | Friday, 19th August 2016

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Daniel Tyrkiel talks with Stefan Geyer, author of Zen in the Art of Permaculture (out in September), about applying permaculture to building renovations. Permaculture is often thought of as land-based, and all about designing food systems. Here,... more
 
Permaculture People | Monday, 23rd May 2016

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Part 2 from the Oxford Real Farming Conference. The following voices you’ll hear are Rupert Dunn, a member of the UK Community Supported Agriculture Network and aspiring peasant baker. And secondly, Helena Paul, co-director of EcoNexus. Helena has... more
 
Permaculture People | Wednesday, 4th May 2016

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This year's Oxford Real Conference included a range of talks and workshops on farming, agriculture, food, policy, ecology and design. Take a listen to part one from the conference. To hear more from the 2016 ORFC: orfc.org.uk/archives/orfc-2016/
 
Permaculture People | Thursday, 24th March 2016

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Recorded at the 10th Organic Producers' Conference organised by the Organic Research Centre, we find out what is interesting and important to small-scale producers, organic farmers, agro-ecologists and 'real' bakers. We also ask where permaculture... more
 
Permaculture Podcast | Friday, 16th October 2015

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Stephen Barstow has an incredibly diverse garden in Norway. He grows over 2,000 edible plants in a small garden, 64 degrees north, near the Arctic Circle. Here he explains how he became interested in edibles, foraging, and his collection of plants... more
 
Permaculture Podcast | Monday, 13th July 2015

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Michael Judd, author and founder of Bona Fide in Nicaragua and Ecologia in the USA, explains how his experience with a Mayan community led him to learn and implement permaculture design. The Bona Fide project began by asking locals what they wanted... more
 
Maddy Harland | Monday, 29th June 2015

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Our ancestors, who relied on their understanding of the land for their survival, held a worldview that acknowledged and celebrated their fundamental interconnection with the natural world. The industrial revolution and our post-industrial society... more
 
Monty Don | Friday, 5th December 2014

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"We grow out of the ground we live on - geology affects us all." President of the Soil Association, writer, TV presenter, farmer and poet to the earth Monty Don kindly shared his time with us to explain what it means to connect to the soil. Speaking... more