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Podcast 518 – Insulation made from Mushrooms

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Paul sits back down with Mike Haasl and Beau Davidson to talk some more about mycelial insulation panels, what fungus to use, how to grow and bake them, and how they compare to other forms of insulation like rockwool and straw bales. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion […]

Podcast 517 – Red Cabin, Insulation, and the Bootcamp

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Paul sits down with Mike Haasl and Beau Davidson to talk about about fungal insulation, the Red Cabin, and the Bootcamp. They also discuss Rocket heater experiences, the quality of insulation in the Red Cabin, and the type of people that the Bootcamp attracts, along with what keeps a lot of people out. Support the […]

podcast 516 – BB20 Event 2020 – Part 2

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Paul continues his discussion with Mike Haasl, Beau Davidson, Ash Jackson, and Penny on the topic of this year’s BB20 event. They mostly discuss who did what BBs at the event, including using a rocket mass heater to heat water, restarting a cast iron skillet, any a whole bunch more. Support the podcast on Patreon […]

podcast 515 – BB20 Event 2020 – Part 1

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Paul sits down with Mike Haasl, Beau Davidson, and Ash Jackson (also Penny) to talk about this year’s BB20 event, as well as plans for next year’s event, and the PTJ. Also congratulations to Mike on being the first person to be PEP-1 certified! Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information […]

podcast 508 – PEP Badge Animal Care Session 3 – Part 2

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Paul Wheaton continues his discussion with Mike Haasl and Ash Jackson about the Badge Bits for the sand badge in animal care. This time covering baling straw and hay, brush piles, toad habitats, mulberry tree planting, snake/lizard habitat, and live mouse traps Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion […]

podcast 507 – PEP Badge Animal Care Session 3 – Part 1

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Paul Wheaton meets up with Mike Haasl and Ash Jackson again to discuss the Badge Bits for the sand badge in animal care. This time, the “build a bat-house”, and “build an insect hotel” BBs are covered. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this […]

podcast 504 – PEP Badge Animal Care Session 2

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Paul Wheaton, Mike Haasl, Ash Jackson and Ashley Cottonwood discuss the badge bits for the sand badge in animal care. Specifically, the yellowjacket moving, honey bee catching/rescuing, plant a nectar harvest tree for pollinators, and build a ladybird house BBs. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this […]

podcast 503 – PEP Badge Animal Care

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Paul meets up with Mike Haasl and Ash Jackson again to actually talk about the animal care PEP badge this time. They talk about the creation of the PEP badges, what is needed for each badge, and how up to the straw badge is doable by vegans. More to come soon. Support the podcast on […]

podcast 502 – Gratitude

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Paul meets up with Mike Haasl and Ash Jackson to try to talk about PEP animal care, but get sidetracked into thanking everyone for all the good stuff that’s been happening. Mentions of arriving ATC instructors and the boots’ happenings are somehow edged in. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information […]

podcast 480 – PEP Badge Gardening

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Paul Wheaton and Mike Haasl have been developing the PEP badges as part of the SKills to Inherit Property initiative. They discuss the current coronavirus situation then look at the four levels of PEP gardening badges and the requirements for gaining badge bits for each level of sand, straw, wood and iron. Support the podcast […]

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