permaculture

#273 Justin Rhodes: Grow 75% of Your Own Food In 2 Hours A Day

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Justin Rhodes, host and producer of Permaculture Chickens, is a well-seasoned homesteader having enjoyed many years of practicing "beyond organic" and permaculture methods on his 75-acre family farm near Asheville, NC. Justin trained under the highly accredited Geoff Lawton of PRI Australia for his Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) and has studied natural chicken care under popular author, Pat Foremen. He'll be teaching you from his own homestead on the chicken systems essential to more sustainable living.

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Podcast #107 Diego Footer on The Permaculture Movement & Growing Your Own Food

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Podcast #107 Diego Footer on The Permaculture Movement & Growing Your Own FoodToday's Guest

Diego Footer is the founder and CEO of the Permaculture Voices where his goal is to go out and motivate and inspire people to push the limits, do great work, and live the life that they want to live through permaculture. He hosts a Permaculture Conference where the biggest gathering of important voices in the real food moment meet up including Joel Salatin, Mark Shepard and Ben Falk.

The show

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Today we discuss

  • What is permaculture?
  • How can you incorporate animals into a farm?
  • Why should the average person care about this?
  • How you can make $2,000 a week growing food in your basement

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