The 2012 Symphonies in Seed and Soil Permaculture Tour is over. During this tour, Paul Wheaton, Jocelyn Campbell, Eivind Bjørkavåg, and Geoff Badenoch visited amazing permaculture sites in the Western United States and met many people. In this podcast, Paul, Jocelyn and Eivind try to remember all the different things that they saw that has not already been covered in previous podcasts.<!--more-->
They talk about Glenn Kangiser's cabin, THE most documented Oehler structure (Podcast 215). They mention about the multiple mechanical issues they had with the land whale, then talk about next year's tour. Eivind expresses how much better it is to actually visit the different places than to watch the YouTube videos or listen to the podcasts.
They recall the Los Angeles portion where they checked out the Edendale Farm, an urban permaculture site with Welsh Harlequin ducks, Muscovy ducks, Black Soldier Fly larvae breeding ground next to red wigglers, double chamber cob oven, a porta potty converted in a 5 gallon buckets composting toilet, aquaponics, a gorgeous tipi and much more.
In the San Diego area they visited Paul and Molly Varese's farm, a conventional farm growing rare fruits, and Joey Delia's permaculture farm.
Lastly Paul goes into details about how to catch or remove cold air.
Note: Podcast 217 and 218 are the Art Ludwig ones. Podcast 216 is...well... the mystery podcast!
podcast 402 – Bits and Bobs towards Critical Mass – part 1
podcast 401 – Permaculture Design Course for Scientists and Engineers
podcast 397 – Review of Gracie’s Backyard – Part 1
podcast 392 – Joseph Lofthouse on plant breeding – part 1
podcast 391 – Permaculture Smackdown on Residual Income Streams
389 – Review of the food cure – part 1
podcast 398 – Review of Gracie’s Backyard – Part 2
387 – Wheaton Labs Goals – part 2