10 Completely Inspiring Permaculture Podcasts
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10 Completely Inspiring Permaculture Podcasts

Back in October, my friend showed me The Permaculture Podcast for the first time while we were camping, developing business models and visioning the future of each other’s work in the startup world of San Francisco. It was an appropriate time to listen to the episode where Ethan Roland of Appleseed Permaculture spoke about the Eight […]

Neil Young Invites Permaculture on Tour
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Neil Young Invites Permaculture on Tour

Reposted from Permaculture Magazine Neil Young’s US tour, featuring new album, ‘The Monsanto Years’, will explore many environmental issues, and Permaculture magazine will be a part of it! The Permaculture team are huge Neil Young fans, so it really is special for a world renowned singer, songwriter and activist to get in touch with us […]

Off the Grid in a Tiny House with Rob Greenfield
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Off the Grid in a Tiny House with Rob Greenfield

Reposted from Rob Greenfield TV By: Rob Greenfield It’s been 4 months since I moved into my tiny house and life is splendid!  It has come along a bit slower then planned because of travels and other projects but today I felt it was finally time to share my life, off the grid, in the […]

Wild Medicine: 20 Tips on Foraging Herbs From your Local Community
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Wild Medicine: 20 Tips on Foraging Herbs From your Local Community

There are so many benefits to responsibly harvesting your own local medicinal species. The first step is to learn about your local plant communities and which can be used for medicine. This will allow you to forage and benefit from responsibly harvested local herbal medicine, and will reduce your dependence on the commercial herbal market. […]

5 Ways To Take Care of this Little Blue Ball We Call Home
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5 Ways To Take Care of this Little Blue Ball We Call Home

Americans throw away 25,000,000 plastic bottles every hour. Don’t be part of this craziness! Get yourself a nice reusable bottle and fill it up with your favorite beverage. Added bonus: if you get a cool looking one, you will instantly feel extra stylish each time you take a drink. Recycling one aluminum can saves enough […]

You Betta Belize It: Regenerative Permaculture in the Heart of the Mayan Jungle
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You Betta Belize It: Regenerative Permaculture in the Heart of the Mayan Jungle

The Maya too Research Farm (MMRF) is a permaculture education center that hosts students from around the world and develops social outreach programs that bring Belizean students on site. Founder Chris Nesbitt also brings his knowledge to communities around southern Belize. Chris is a North American permaculture designer with almost 30 years in Belize and Central […]