Starting a Pastured Poultry Business. The Story of a First Time Farmer with Paul Greive (PVP008)

[blockquote cite=”Paul Greive” type=”center”]”I can guarantee you that not doing anything is the wrong thing to do every-time if you want to actually make a change and have a positive impact on agriculture”[/blockquote] [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] How do you go from being a Marine in Iraq to a grass farmer raising pastured poultry in the drylands of…

The Real Mistakes and Challenges of Starting a Business. Can Anyone Be an Entrepreneur? (PVP007)

[blockquote cite=”Sarah Aubrey” type=”center”]”Is this something that I would ruin if I turned it into a business, do I just enjoy doing it?”[/blockquote] [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] In this episode we ask can anyone be an entrepreneur? Sarah Aubrey of Prosperity Consulting joins me to talk about being an entrepreneur, starting a business, and her journey.  Like many…

Starting A Small Family Farm. Practical Advice from An 8 Year Farming Vet. (PVP006)

[blockquote cite=”Adam Klaus” type=”center”]”In the beginning we thought a lot about ‘not what we can do, but what can we not do.“[/blockquote] [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] Want to be a farmer?  Always dreamed about having your own farm?  Lessons from a family farmer who has gone from grassroots to prosperity in 8 years.  If you are young and…

Paul Wheaton: Building a Better World One Permaculture Brick At A Time (PVP005)

[blockquote cite=”Paul Wheaton” type=”center”]”Rather than being angry at bad guys, I want to share a thousand bricks for building a better world.”[/blockquote] [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] “Most folks that want change tell a dozen people how bad people should stop being bad.  Over a ten year span of time, they may have told 100 people about which bad…

Maximize Yard Productivity. Growing Fruit Trees in Small Spaces for Year Round Harvest (PVP003)

[x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] In this episode of the Permaculture Voices Podcast I have my friend Ben Kotnik of Suburban Food Farm on the show to talk about the recent presentation that he gave to a local permaculture group, 12 Months of Fresh Fruit.  The first part of the presentation highlights some of the varieties that can be…

The Lifetime Battery: Nickel Iron Batteries for Homesteads and Farms (PVP002)

[x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] In this episode of the Permaculture Voices Podcast I am happy to welcome Brandon Williams from Iron Edison battery company on the show to talk about long lived nickel-iron batteries why they are so much better than the more common lead acid batteries for off grid home power applications.  These types of batteries are…

Homescale Electricity Generation with Gasification and Wood Gas (PVP001)

[x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] This is our very first of many podcasts.  Future podcasts will feature many of the speakers that will be appearing at the permacultureVOICES conference and many local experts who are influencing the permaculture scene here in Southern California. In podcast 001 we focused on the topics of gasification and wood gas.  Local experts Troy…

Paul Wheaton talks Permaculture Voices on his podcast

Paul Wheaton “I think Permaculture Voices is going to be the biggest permaculture conference that ever happened.”   Paul Wheaton (permies.com) and Bill Schnieders (Holzer AgroEcology) talk about the permacultureVOICES conference and Sepp Holzer’s recent visit to the US in Paul’s Permaculture Podcast 250.  The first 14 minutes of the podcast focuses on the permacultureVOICES…