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Do you want to bring nature to your backyard, grow food, and help heal our living world? Join Daron Williams—restoration ecologist, permaculture enthusiast, and lifelong gardener—for concrete steps you can take at home to cultivate abundance for people, plants and wildlife. Tune in, grab a shovel, and make the living world around you come alive.
 
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Think Thank Thunk

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Think Thank Thunk

Jeff Katz & Jesse Zenchuk

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There's so much more going on in the world than originally meets the eye. Was Isaac Newton really trying to predict the apocalypse? Did Australia really declare war on Emus? Was there really a plague that caused people to dance until they collapsed and died of exhaustion? They may not have all the answers, but join hosts Jeff Katz and Jesse Zenchuk as they discuss unconventional topics like the occult, behavioral economics, perennial philosophy and more all while having a few drinks. Learn s ...
 
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The Food Grower Podcast

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The Food Grower Podcast

Chris (Fanfield Farm) & Jack (Jacks Patch)

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Welcome to the Food Grower Podcast. The weekly podcast that talks all things food growing with those doing amazing things from across the UK and the world. Every week we deliver you a podcast that interviews a fantastic food grower that is doing things differently, inspirationally or that has an awesome story to tell. This is a podcast that will hopefully inspire and inform you whatever experience you have… from aspiring grower, to casual allotmenteer, right through to fully fledged market g ...
 
Welcome to "Grow, cook, eat, arrange" the brand new podcast by gardeners Sarah Raven and Arthur Parkinson, who've worked together for nearly ten years at the beautiful Perch Hill Farm in the South of England. Sarah loves gardening in general but growing produce both food and flowers is the part she loves the most. She also loves to cook straight forward garden-picked food every day with the minimal amount of ingredients and palava but the greatest amount of taste! Arthur is Sarah's florist w ...
 
Welcome to the Permaculture Princess Podcast! Here you will find a mixture of glamour & greens! Health is a multi-faceted journey that must be approached holistically. Therefore, as a personal trainer, health coach, homesteading wife, mother, lover of food and nature, and disciple of Christ, this podcast acts as a space for sharing all the physical, mental, spiritual, and environmental actions that lead to a more abundant landscape and lifestyle!
 
UNC-TV's perennial outdoor series Carolina Outdoor Journal ventures into its 13th season, traveling the length of the state, from the rugged mountain terrain to the coastal Gulf Stream, to reel in the tastiest fish, track the best game and explore the state's vast natural beauty like never before. Joe Albea and John Moore return for this season's Carolina Outdoor Journal in HD, hosting the show's entertaining outdoor segments. During each program, Farmville, NC, native Moore and Greenville, ...
 
UNC-TV's perennial outdoor series Carolina Outdoor Journal ventures into its 13th season, traveling the length of the state, from the rugged mountain terrain to the coastal Gulf Stream, to reel in the tastiest fish, track the best game and explore the state's vast natural beauty like never before. Joe Albea and John Moore return for this season's Carolina Outdoor Journal in HD, hosting the show's entertaining outdoor segments. During each program, Farmville, NC, native Moore and Greenville, ...
 
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The Forest Garden

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The Forest Garden

Ben Bishop & Mike Amato

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Have you ever wanted to transform your organic gardening practice into something more? Are you interested in ecology, permaculture, or sustainability? This podcast takes a deep dive into these topics, through in-depth commentary and relevant interviews with forest gardeners, permaculturalists, and regenerative system designers. The Forest Garden Podcast is a joint venture between Ben Bishop and Mike Amato, two plant nerds who in the summer of 2020 realized they shared the same alma mater and ...
 
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Misfit Book Club

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Misfit Book Club

Pixie Burger and Maria Blackheart

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The Misfit Book Club is a book club for anyone who loves to read but can't find a book club that works for them. Trust us: we know the feeling. We're perennial book club dropouts. That's why we decided to start The Misfit Book Club Podcast, where we read a little bit of everything and and get real about the books we love (or love to hate). No more scheduling snafus, no more weird finger food, no more visiting strangers in weird houses (yikes!). Now you have an awesome book club full of aweso ...
 
UNC-TV's perennial outdoor series Carolina Outdoor Journal ventures into its 13th season, traveling the length of the state, from the rugged mountain terrain to the coastal Gulf Stream, to reel in the tastiest fish, track the best game and explore the state's vast natural beauty like never before. Joe Albea and John Moore return for this season's Carolina Outdoor Journal in HD, hosting the show's entertaining outdoor segments. During each program, Farmville, NC, native Moore and Greenville, ...
 
Hosted by international garden design sensation Jamie Durie and featuring Chef Michel Nischan's James Beard award-winning "Homegrown" cooking segments, The Victory Garden equips viewers with the confidence and inspiration to roll up their sleeves, get their hands dirty, and live outdoors.With so many Americans aspiring to care for the environment and create their own outdoor living spaces, The Victory Garden's unique fusion of garden design, earth-to-table cooking, and eco-conscious how-to t ...
 
Sustainable World Radio brings you interviews with experts from around the globe; teachers, designers, environmentalists, and earth activists who learn from and work with Nature. Listen to episodes about Permaculture, organic gardening, herbal medicine, plants, fungi, earth repair, natural building, regenerative farming, sustainability, and ethnobotany. Tune in to discover positive solutions to environmental challenges; solutions that adhere to the Permaculture ethics of Earth Care, People C ...
 
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Prepare to be transported to the Big Island of Hawaiʻi! Adam Crowe of ʻĀina Exotics, based in Pāpaʻaloa, Hawaiʻi, joins us today to discuss the trials and tribulations of establishing a tropical forest garden system on the slopes of the shield volcano that is Hawaiʻi Island. Tune in for an exciting episode where we discuss swales in tropical system…
 
Few flowers are quite as essential as the Salvia, a plant of the moment which is as low maintenance as it is high performing. It takes just a little care to keep these ocean deep blues, rich purples and eye-catching reds flourishing well into the autumn months. Not only are colourful varieties like Jezebel and Amistad also edible, but they’re an in…
 
Finding material for mulch and critter homes can be a barrier to getting started. But there are some simple and cheap ways to find woodchips, leaves, logs, and other materials. In this episode, we look at several ways you can find material for mulching and building critter homes without spending a ton of money. I’ve used all these methods at my pla…
 
The allure of a warm, glowing, gorgeously adorned home to spend Christmas is particularly appealing in lieu of a challenging few years, and there’s no better way to bring your home to life than with our Christmas range! In this week’s episode of ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange’, learn how you can transform your home with some of Sarah & Arthur’s highligh…
 
Let’s skip the fall cleanup this year. Don’t rake up the leaves, don’t cut down the dead flower stalks, and leave the branches where they fall. While this might seem crazy you can skip the fall cleanup. Or at least do less. In this episode, we look at why messy is beautiful and why you should skip the fall cleanup. The result will be more abundance…
 
On this episode we cover all things sexual & asexual plant propagation. Are you interested in grafting techniques, air layering, or taking cuttings of woody perennial plants? Do you have a four year old hosta or rhubarb plant that is crowding out surrounding plantings? Consider dividing up the plant during the appropriate season this year, on this …
 
The pleasure of designing a garden stretches far beyond colour - with the prolific growth of tender perennial climbers, your flowers become architectural art, giving arches and teepees spectacular structure. Join Sarah & Arthur this week as they take a journey through their pick of the climbers, from the pleasant purple and apricot combination of R…
 
Often people skip native plants but when you do this you limit your land's ability to be abundant. But why? In this episode, we look at the most important reason to plant native plants. In short, it’s because native plants share a long evolutionary history with the other life that live around them. Native plants play a unique role in the environmen…
 
After Sarah’s recent appearance on Prue Leith’s More4 show, Prue’s Great Gardening Plot, it’s an absolute delight to host Prue on this week’s fascinating episode of ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange’. We’re given an insight into Prue’s gardening and the work that’s happened behind the scenes to create the dazzling spaces we see on her TV programme, how she…
 
The weekly podcast that talks all things food growing with those doing amazing things from across the UK and the world. Every week we deliver you a podcast that interviews a fantastic food grower that is doing things differently, inspirationally or that has an awesome story to tell. In this episode we are doing things a bit differently with Chris a…
 
Did you know your property needs snags? Often people don’t like keeping around dead trees—aka snags. But snags are critical to supporting all sorts of wildlife that you know and love. From owls to woodpeckers, and even native bees if you want to support wildlife snags are a great option. In this episode, we look at why your property needs snags and…
 
And you may tell yourself, invasive plants are the boogeyman. We tend to think they're mostly misunderstood. Today's episode is a mish-mash of us each playing devil's advocate, and sharing some of our personal experiences with plants that should potentially be avoided in Food Forest Systems. Not all invasives are evil, but some of them sure can be …
 
With 2021 waning and the winter months taking hold, the opportunity to force bulbs presents the delightful prospect of creating indoor arrangements for a much-needed splash of colour and pleasant aroma within the home. This week’s episode of ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange’ offers an eclectic selection of Narcissi, Amaryllis and Hyacinths to consider whe…
 
Growing these 3 Pacific Northwest native plants can provide you easy harvests all winter long. There’s something special about going outside and getting greens for salads and for cooking even in the middle of winter. In this episode, we look at nodding onions, miner’s lettuce, and checkermallow plus some tips on expanding your winter garden beyond …
 
Cold nights and frosty mornings are soon upon us, which signals the perfect time to start putting our gardens to bed in preparation for the harsh winter months. A little bit of care and attention now will help your garden to thrive when the excitement of spring rolls around! Whether in a small garden limited on space, or one in which you have the l…
 
Do you know what micro-climates you have on your property? Learning how to identify existing micro-climates and how to create new ones can help you cultivate abundance. In this episode, we look at what micro-climates are, how to identify them, and how to create new ones. Check out the show notes to learn more about micro-climates and get access to …
 
The weekly podcast that talks all things food growing with those doing amazing things from across the UK and the world. Every week we deliver you a podcast that interviews a fantastic food grower that is doing things differently, inspirationally or that has an awesome story to tell. In this episode we have the incredible Jean-Martin Fortier talking…
 
A slightly different bonus episode for you of the Food Grower Podcast... Chris and Jack jumped on Instagram Live this week to announce the HUUUUGE guest they have coming on the podcast this Wednesday. You are not going to want to miss this announcement!! Also they reflected on the season, talked about how they are feeling at the end of the year, co…
 
Hark! The crisp air has cometh! Our water hath not turned into wine but into Pumpkin Spice! It's Fall y'all, and it's in full swing. Here in New England, the trees are putting on quite the display. Pumpkins are being picked, winter squash are ready for harvest, and the ground beneath the trees is covered in nuts and soon to be rotting fruit. The ha…
 
As we enter Autumn and the spectacular summer’s days wane in favour of darker, colder weather, Pelargoniums take centre stage and truly come into their own. For a family of flowers that boasts such visual flair and incredible scents, they’re remarkably high performers for very little attention. On this week’s ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange’ we’re talkin…
 
Managing wet areas on your property can be a challenge. But these areas can also be very important for wildlife and building resilience in the face of climate change. And you can even grow food in them. In this episode, we look at strategies for managing wet areas on your property in a way that heals the living world and cultivates abundance for pe…
 
In this episode Aaron goes into all the basics of seed saving. We cover the different kinds of plants and how they make seeds, how to collect, when to collect, and how to deal with dry and wet seeds. We also give an overview of different methods for processing seeds once collected, how to store them, and why its important to do such things in an al…
 
In this episode Jeff and Jesse discuss: 1. Robo rats and other remote-control animals 2. The importance of defining what ‘free’ is and what ‘will’ is in the discussion of free will 3. How do philosophers and scientists differ in their ideas about free will 4. A different way to think about free will 5. The implications for a society if we have no f…
 
As winter descends on our lovely gardens, it’s a perfect time to plan for the emergence of wonderful possibilities next spring, particularly by sowing your own organic crops. While the prospect might be daunting to some, it’s just been made far easier by this week’s guest on the podcast. The delightful Anna Greenland joins me on episode 36, fresh f…
 
What are you doing this fall to cultivate abundance? While the vegetable garden is slowing down and the days are getting shorter fall is a great time to take steps to ensure your land will be filled with abundance next spring. In this episode, we look at 3 ways you can cultivate abundance this fall. Check out the show notes to learn more about the …
 
Who says you can't have a Four-Season Garden? It might be October, but there are still lots of things to do in the backyard Food Forest. Join us as we contemplate different strategies for best practice in stewardship of your landscape during the Fall. And don't forget to follow our Instagram page @forestgardenpodcast! If you have any questions or c…
 
When you’re faced with a selection of plants as vast as our wonderful Autumn range, it’s very easy to get bogged down with such a range of choices, so this week we’ve decided to cast a spotlight on a few of our absolute favourites. Whether it be a productive collection to provide a cohesive, colourful ensemble, or perhaps a single flower with such …
 
Your soil needs to be covered with mulch. Without it soil life will suffer, your plants won’t thrive, and the land will be less abundant. You should mulch your soil if you want to heal the living world. In this episode, we look at 3 reasons why you should mulch your soil. These 3 reasons are protecting soil life, retaining moisture, and preventing …
 
In this episode we discuss: 1. Stephen Hawking, aliens, and the end of the world 2. Super Intelligence as a solution instead of a problem 3. Super volcanoes and the myriad forms of apocalypse from space 4. Failed predictions of the end 5. The Doomsday Clock and Accelerationism 6. Religious eschatology for Buddhists, Hindus, Jews, and more To send u…
 
No late summer garden is complete until its colour palette is drizzled with delightful Dahlias, a flower that’s had its fair share of love on past podcast episodes - and quite rightly so! Their productive tubers and vibrant varieties make them a true must-have, and worthy of a full episode to themselves. Sarah Raven and Arthur Parkinson - perhaps t…
 
Koreen Brennan of growpermaculture.com is a designer and educator who has a long resume of experiences within the regenerative growing world! Today, we discuss the way permaculture can aid disaster relief, build our soils and transform our communities.By DreaEndries
 
Well podcast listeners, today marks the first day of Fall in the Northern Hemisphere. Soon enough, the leaves will drop in our cold climate landscapes. Fall is a team to spruce up your garden, build soil, and upgrade your composting game! The four season compost is possible, and can be bountiful. In this episode we describe some ways you can make i…
 
The weekly podcast that talks all things food growing with those doing amazing things from across the UK and the world. Every week we deliver you a podcast that interviews a fantastic food grower that is doing things differently, inspirationally or that has an awesome story to tell. --- In this episode have an amazing chat with not 1, not 2, but 3 …
 
If you want to support wildlife then you’ve got to give them a place to call home and take shelter. Critter homes are a great option and are simple to create. Plus, these simple structures can provide other benefits such as keeping the soil cool and moist around your plants. In this week’s episode, we dive into critter homes and look at how you can…
 
With the highly anticipated, and slightly belated, Chelsea Flower Show 2021 just a week away, this week’s episode of ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange’ offers us a perfect chance to talk with one of the show’s most prolific and accomplished garden designers - the wonderful Ann-Marie Powell. Missing just a single year of the show since 1997 (understandably …
 
The weekly podcast that talks all things food growing with those doing amazing things from across the UK and the world. Every week we deliver you a podcast that interviews a fantastic food grower that is doing things differently, inspirationally or that has an awesome story to tell. In this episode have an amazing chat with Michael Kennard from Com…
 
When the leaves start to fall from the trees what do you do with them? If you’re like most people you rake them up and get rid of them. But if you want to cultivate abundance and heal the living world you need to keep your fall leaves. In this episode, we look at the benefits of keeping your fall leaves and what to do with them. From supporting wil…
 
On this episode of The Forest Garden, we discuss the importance of Nut Trees in food forests, edible landscapes, and natural systems. With Fall fast approaching, the time of year to reap the rewards of nut producing tree crops is upon us. Nuts are usually the last stop on the journey for permaculture enthusiasts, often being second or third to frui…
 
We’re breaking convention on ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange’ this week as Sarah steps aside from hosting duties - Arthur is joined by a fellow Perch Hill resident, Sarah’s other half, and thoroughly accomplished writer, Adam Nicolson. In a conversation ranging from profound environmental issues to more absurd incidents like the ‘big sheep crisis’, this …
 
The weekly podcast that talks all things food growing with those doing amazing things from across the UK and the world. Every week we deliver you a podcast that interviews a fantastic food grower that is doing things differently, inspirationally or that has an awesome story to tell. In this episode have an amazing chat with Michael Kennard from Com…
 
Due to climate change the 2021 drought hit hard in the Pacific Northwest. And these impacts of climate change aren’t only being felt here. But there are lessons you can learn from these extremes that will help you adapt to these impacts. In this episode, we look at 3 lessons learned from this hot dry summer and what can be done to deal with these i…
 
There are massive gains to be had if you’re willing to take a crack at autumn sowing, which presents a fantastic opportunity to grow some truly giant hardy annuals. Whether you’re looking to get ahead on ornamental additions to the garden or encourage stronger roots to protect your edible plants, Sarah & Arthur explain how autumn sowing now could b…
 
The weekly podcast that talks all things food growing with those doing amazing things from across the UK and the world. Every week we deliver you a podcast that interviews a fantastic food grower that is doing things differently, inspirationally or that has an awesome story to tell. In this episode we are honoured to chat to Anjee from Plot26a on i…
 
Native lupines fix nitrogen and support wildlife. These amazing plants are far superior to the ornamental lupines sold in box stores. In this episode, we look at the native lupines of western Washington and why you should grow them. And with over 200 species of lupines found in North and South America and Northern Africa and the Mediterranean, ther…
 
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