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Learning, Memory, and Decision-Making in Plants- the Work of Dr. Monica Gagliano

Episode 118: Can plants learn? Do they have memory? Can they make decisions? In this episode, Monica Gagliano, Research Associate Professor of Evolutionary Ecology at the University of Western Austral

Episode-1615- Survival Podcast Expert Council Q&A for 7-31-15

TweetToday is Friday so it is time for our ask expert council show. To ask a question for a show like this, just send an email to me at jack at thesurvivalpodcast.com with “TSPC Expert” in

b023 - Ecological Adaptation Strategy - Harnessing the Power of Plants for Changing Times - Presented by Joseph Simcox

Something so evident yet so ignored by industrial agriculture, why agriculture in the future must use plants that are naturally adapted to their environments. In our present day world man has become s

Episode 1531: Guest Editing Permaculture Design Magazine

Like this podcast? Become a Patron. The guest for this episode is Adam Brock, a past guest of the show, who joins me to talk about his role as a guest editor for an upcoming issue of Permaculture Desi

Episode-1614- The Danger of Nationwide Riots

TweetYou have seen it on TV, riots in Greece and Spain over austerity.  Then right here in cities like Ferguson and Baltimore and frankly many others.  People in the streets looting, vandalizing, ha

TUF018 - Creating On Farm Systems to Increase Your Efficiency and Chances for Success – The Urban Farmer – Week 18

As a farmer and as an employer it is important to have systems in place. To know why and how you do something. This helps you understand what you do and it allows you to communicate what you do to an

Episode-1613- Food Storage for Modern Living

TweetFood storage is at the fundamental core of the survivalist/prepper movement and with good reason.  Your body is a machine that runs on a fuel we call food.  Run out of nutritional food and you

0150 The passing of Watson and the future of the farm

In the first ever solo recorded Coopcast Farmer Andy shares the events of the last month that have put our farm and future plans on hold.  This is a candid and honest monologue about where we are and

Living Permaculture July 22, 2015

Stephanie and Jerome do this month's show on-location at CRMPI. Guests: Beth Quist, Natalie Rae and Avery Ellis.

Episode-1612- Listener Feedback for 7-27-15

TweetToday on the Survival Podcast I take your emails on TSP’s future, our youth, automation, minimum wage and more. Make sure if you submit content for a feedback show that you put something li

Episode-1611- Expert Council Questions and Answers for 7-3-15

TweetToday is Friday so it is time for our ask expert council show. To ask a question for a show like this, just send an email to me at jack at thesurvivalpodcast.com with “TSPC Expert” in

Matthew Abrams: A Learning Journey (A5)

Mycelium co-founder Matthew Abrams talks about his journey of leaving the status quo to finding meaning in his own life and the starting an alternative education business. This talk was presented at P

Episode-1610- Toby Hemenway on Developing Self Sustaining Urban Communities

TweetToby Hemenway is the author of Gaia’s Garden: A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture, which was awarded the Nautilus Gold Medal in 2011, was named by the Washington Post as one of the ten best gard

Episode 1530: Urban Permaculture in Baltimore, Maryland

Like this podcast? Become a Patron. My guests for this episode are Eric and Victoria of Charm City Farms, a permaculture based urban agriculture initiative that focuses on educating and supporting ind

How Cleaner Biomass Cook Stoves Can Change The World

Episode 117: How can a cook stove change the world? Three billion people burn traditional biomass and coal indoors in cook stoves. These stoves are having a tremendous impact on our environment and o

Alan Thornton on the Permaculture LAND network

Currently there are over 70 Permaculture demonstration sites in England and more in Wales & Scotland, with other countries following suite - placing Permaculture firmly on the map, for people to g

Episode 1609- Running a Profitable Permaculture Consulting Practice

TweetPhil Williams is a permaculture consultant, designer, and author. He spent a decade in the landscape industry. After selling his business in 2007, he trained as a home energy auditor and building

TUF017 - Streamlining Tasks and Being More Efficient. Tips for Maximizing Effort and Time on the Farm – The Urban Farmer – Week 17

There are all sorts of things that Curtis does to make his efforts more efficient and more effective. Some are complex and involve a lot of time studying spreadsheets, and others are simple like minim


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Paul Wheaton Podcast
Permaculture Voices
Ryan Unmack Permaculture Podcast
Scott Mann Permaculture Podcast
The Survival Podcast
The Farming Podcast
The Agroinnovations Podcast
Sustainable World Radio
The Plant Report
Living Permaculture
21st Century Permaculture
Permaculture Research Institute Podcast
Chicken Thistle Farm CoopCast Podcast
Explorations in Permaculture Podcast
Permaculture Central Podcast
The Self Sufficient Gardener Podcast
Northwest Edible Life