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Paul talks with Chad, Zach, Bill and Judith about chapter 6 of Sepp Holzer’s permaculture. They talk about Sepp’s worldwide projects. They also talk about the upcoming visit of Sepp Holzer to the United States in March and April 2013. You can discuss this podcast on this thread at Permies.
In this podcast Paul and Sally Fallon, co-founder of the Weston A. Price Foundation and author of Nourishing Traditions, talk about Raw Milk. The discussion first focuses on to the how pasteurized milk came to become commonplace in the markets and how raw milk is the ultimate super food. Raw Milk can help with behavior problems, […]
Paul meets with Brandon, Jocelyn and Richard to discuss pigs, butchering and charcuterie. Paul talks about the 3 videos that you can find on Brandon’s website and how he appreciated watching them because of their art, humor and poetry talking about how you can best use pork, starting from the pig in the field to […]
Paul, Jocelyn, Erica Strauss, from Northwest Edible Life, and Bella, review Geoff Lawton’s Introduction to Permaculture Design DVD. You can discuss this podcast on this thread at Permies. Get all of the podcasts in convenient, giant zip files Sponsor for this podcast: Pantry Paratus
This podcast is the continuation of part 2 of this discussion between Paul and Ben. Paul answers Ben Lawson’s questions. They talk about podcast issues, illustrations for the Empire, possible Zello Permies channel, and Paul’s non-consulting services, and hugelkultur promotion. If you want to discuss this podcast, please go to this thread at Permies.
This podcast is the continuation of part 1 of this discussion between Paul and Ben. Paul answers Ben Lawson’s questions. They talk about different paths to promote Paul’s work and permaculture. Paul talks gives updates about different things, including the land search and the podcast. This podcast continues in part 3. If you want to discuss this […]
In this podcast Paul talks with Ben Lawson of Cross Bull Ranch in Topanga, CA. Paul and Ben jump right in by discussing alternatives to using newspaper and cardboard when creating a new garden bed rapidly. Paul tells Ben that it is better to add a bit of texture to the landscape and using resources […]
Paul and Helen Atthowe review the DVD Hands-On Agronomy. They talk about soil structure, amendments and fertility. They talk about limitations of nutrients accumulators. You can discuss this podcast on this thread at Permies. Sponsor for this podcast: Pantry Paratus