Permaculture Plants: A Business and A Hobby with Taylor Walker (PVP099)

      [x_audio_embed] [/x_audio_embed] Key Takeaways from Taylor Walker: Once fruits get through their first few years they tend to be much more cold hardy. Every design that they do comes with an education component that comes with it.  Free admission to classes, how to guides. They are also experimenting with offering a quarterly…

Geoff Lawton Talks Permaculture – The Past, The Future, and The Land. (PVP031)

[blockquote cite=”Geoff Lawton” type=”center”]”It should all be fun. If you’re having fun you’ve got the design right. If you’re not having fun you have the design wrong. Sit down, have a cup of tea and think about it.”[/blockquote]  [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] Geoff Lawton joins me today to talk about permaculture.  Geoff talks about his early days in…

Thistles, The Dehesa System, and Darren Doherty on Farm Design. (PVP022)

[x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] Joey Delia joins me to recap the recent Darren Doherty Regrarian Open Consultancy, talk about the Dehesa system of Spain, and an upcoming PDC at the new PRI Tipuana Farm. Key Takeaways from this Episode: Don’t focus on tactics.   Slow down, observe and embrace a more passive approach to permaculture. Plant trees in…

The Permaculture Orchard – Converting An Organic Orchard into A Permaculture, Polyculture with Stefan Sobkowiak (PVP021)

[blockquote cite=”Stefan Sobkowiak” type=”center”]“You’ll go from what you do, to do what nature will do for you.”[/blockquote]  [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] Stefan Sobkowiak of Miracle Farms and The Permaculture Orchard joins me to talk about the what’s lacking in organic systems – biodiversity.  And why organic is good, but creating a polyculture is a lot better. Stefan started…