Episode 56 – Bio-Energetic Farming
Evan Folds developed a system called bio-energetic farming after experiencing a shift in perspective.
For many of us, homesteading is just a dream we entertain on coffee breaks.
Edible landscaping offers many benefits for those interested in sustainable living.
Edible native plants are often written off as weeds by most people.
But as Peggy Otterstrom has learned, these plants are often undiscovered treasures filled with nutrition, medicine and effortless natural beauty.
This week’s podcast is a sustainable living update in which we discuss chicken feed, gardens, Jack Spirko, toys for toddlers, listener feedback and more.
Like me, lots of folks sign up for a permaculture design course to improve their gardening techniques and learn about how to heal our planet.
However students quickly learn that permaculture is actually a new way of solving problems – virtually all problems – by using nature-tested methodologies.
Orange Trees in Colorado
Imagine picking oranges from your tree growing in your very own Forest Garden Greenhouse while outside everything is covered a foot deep in snow.
That is the daily winter reality for Permaculture teacher Jerome Osentowski.