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On sème FORT ! Le podcast du jardinage bio et de la permaculture

On sème FORT ! Le podcast du jardinage bio et de la permaculture

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On sème fort ! LE podcast pour tout savoir sur ce qu'il faut faire au jardin et au potager. Retrouvez toutes les semaines, une nouvelle émission pour apprendre à jardiner avec la permaculture. Proposé par MonJardinBio.com, la boutique de votre jardin au naturel. Hébergé par Ausha. Visitez ausha.co/fr/politique-de-confidentialite pour plus d'informations.
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One of the premier Permaculture teachers and designers in North America with over two decades of experience in the field. His passionate and visionary presentations and curriculum have inspired and motivated teachers and thousands of students since his days as a high school teacher at a open community free school which he graduated from in 86' in Glenmoore, PA. Andrew lived off the grid in West Virginia for 8 years where he designed and built his Permaculture Ph.d homestead, including a 1600 ...
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Permaculture Realized Podcast

Levi Meeuwenberg of Realeyes Homestead

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The Permaculture Realized Podcast delivers practical skills and knowledge to build your ecologically restorative homestead, farm, neighborhood, or business based on Permaculture concepts and methods. Please consider becoming our Patron on Patreon to keep this Podcast on the air. Visit: https://www.patreon.com/PermacultureRealizedPodcast
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Permaculture Lifestyle aims to apply the principles and ethics of permaculture to our everyday lives -- to align our core values and our daily habits towards a more sustainable, ecologically conscious way of thinking and interacting. Join host Sam Sycamore in discussion about living intentionally, finding purpose in the modern era, and taking meaningful action to heal the world by healing ourselves.
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Sustainable World Radio brings you interviews with experts from around the globe; teachers, designers, environmentalists, and earth activists who learn from and work with Nature. Listen to episodes about Permaculture, organic gardening, herbal medicine, plants, fungi, earth repair, natural building, regenerative farming, sustainability, and ethnobotany. Tune in to discover positive solutions to environmental challenges; solutions that adhere to the Permaculture ethics of Earth Care, People C ...
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Join farmer, educator, and author Takota Coen as he explores how you can design and develop land anywhere in the world to provide for your food, water, shelter, energy, and other needs in a way that is good for all people, the planet and our future.Takota Coen is the co-author of "Building Your Permaculture Property: A 5 Step Process To Design and Develop Land", an instructor with Verge Permaculture, and co-owner of Coen Farm, a 250 acre award winning permaculture farm, in Alberta Canada.
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Bien sûr que oui tu as le choix ! Toujours ! C'est juste que l'on te l'a pas expliqué 🟢 C'est dans l'intérêt de personne d'ailleurs que tu le saches (sauf du tien). Surtout reste à ta place ! Je partage ce que j'ai appris et qui peut t'être utile pour continuer à te transformer, et choisir une ligne de vie qui te fasse sourire ! 😀 Phil choisirmarealite.fr/
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Welcome to the Permaculture Princess Podcast! Here you will find a mixture of glamour & greens! Health is a multi-faceted journey that must be approached holistically. Therefore, as a personal trainer, health coach, homesteading wife, mother, lover of food and nature, and disciple of Christ, this podcast acts as a space for sharing all the physical, mental, spiritual, and environmental actions that lead to a more abundant landscape and lifestyle!
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The Good Life Revival Podcast explores the ways that we can align our core values and our daily habits towards a more sustainable, ecologically conscious way of life. Join host Sam Sycamore in discussion about living intentionally, finding purpose in the modern era, and taking meaningful action to heal the world by healing ourselves.
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The world is full of negative news and the planet is in crisis. This it can be downright disheartening and you feel that there is nothing that you can do. I am here to provide a different perspective. The Permaculture for the Future Podcast is about spreading positive and impactful stories, tips, and ways that each one of us can transition into a regenerative lifestyle. We talk about simple ways to make lifestyle changes and interview authors, teachers, and other folks that are collectively ...
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Au programme de cette émission : Planter en pleine terre tous les légumes (et fruits) du moment : blettes, betteraves-rouges, concombres, navets, panais, melons (rendez-vous sur notre blog pour découvrir l'agenda du jardinier) Puis nous répondrons à vos nombreuses questions envoyées par mail sur onsemefort@monjardinbio.com 📔 Retrouvez notre livre «…
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A packed and meaningful interview here for you, some really potent permaculture history and explorations into the well known Occidental Arts and Ecology Center in Sonoma County CA. through the mind of Brock Dolman, Brocks depth of experience is unparalleled in the permaculture community , international in scope and teaching powerful PDC's three tim…
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We revisit the Garden Museum in London. This time, we concentrate on the artistic side of gardening. Ivonne looks at paintings and shares some knowledge of the history of garden design. However, we start with a nice to know fact about a gardener from the past. We end this coverage with a surprise. As always, you'll find more information and links i…
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On this month's episode of Living Permaculture, our guest is Rita Mary Hennigan, co-director of UpRoot Colorado. UpRoot Colorado is a local non-profit organization with the mission of increasing the nutrition security of Coloradans by harvesting and redistributing surplus, nutrient-dense foods while supporting the resilience of farmers. They discus…
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Au programme de cette émission : Semer en pleine terre : blette, betterave-rouge, carotte, navets, panais, persil (rendez-vous sur notre blog pour découvrir l'agenda du jardinier) Puis nous répondrons à vos nombreuses questions envoyées par mail sur onsemefort@monjardinbio.com Cette semaine, Eric nous parle des giroflées et autres bisannuelles qu'o…
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In today's episode, co-hosts Mary Marshall and Andrew Tuttle sit down with Jude Hobbs of Cascadia Permaculture to talk about functional hedgerows. Listen for another new interview from Mary and Andrew, where they talk to Andrew Millison about his work and journey as a content creator and educator. That episode is out in a few weeks. Until then, spe…
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Au programme de cette émission : Dans un sol impérativement ressuyé, semer en pleine terre : blette, betterave-rouge, carotte, navets, panais, persil (rendez-vous sur notre blog pour découvrir l'agenda du jardinier) Puis nous répondrons à vos nombreuses questions envoyées par mail sur onsemefort@monjardinbio.com Cette semaine, Eric nous parle des h…
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Als het klokje van de kerk in Hernen 12 uur heeft geslagen, wordt het langzaam maar zeker druk op de paadjes langs de slotgracht van het kasteel. Maar de sfeer blijft ontspannen tijdens de Tuinmarkt Kasteel Hernen. Het komt tot een bijzonder gesprek met een vrijwilliger van Velt, een groene vereniging. Ook over een dilemma waar evenementen voor sta…
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Au programme de cette émission : Entre les gouttes et quand le sol est ressuyé, on plante au jardin : blettes, betteraves, choux, laitues ou chicorées d'été, céleris-boules, aubergines, poivrons etc. (rendez-vous sur notre blog pour découvrir l'agenda du jardinier) Puis nous répondrons à vos nombreuses questions envoyées par mail sur onsemefort…
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Today’s episode is a new interview with Michael Judd, recorded by Mary Marshall and Andrew Tuttle, of Edge Perma. During this conversation, Michael shares a quick sketch of his background for listeners who aren’t familiar with him and his work, including time at the Bullock’s Permaculture Homestead Brother’s Farm on Orcas Island in Washington State…
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Au programme de cette émission : On plante au jardin : blettes, betteraves-rouges ou d'autres couleurs, choux, laitues ou chicorées d'été, céleris-boules,... (rendez-vous sur notre blog pour découvrir l'agenda du jardinier) Puis nous répondrons à vos nombreuses questions envoyées par mail sur onsemefort@monjardinbio.com 📔 Retrouvez notre livre …
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Tijdens Tuinmarkt Kasteel Hernen lopen we onder de boog van haagbeuk door, de kasteeltuin in. Her en der verspreid staan kramen met planten en tuinmeubelen. De sfeer is ontspannen. Ivonne ontdekt in de kasteeltuin zelf de bijzondere irissen die zijn geselecteerd en gekruist door Loïc Tasquier. Bij een plantenkraam spreekt zij de standhoudster die z…
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Cormac Harkin chats to Guest Sonono on episode 59 of The Permaculture Vine Podcast.Guest Sonono is a permaculture designer and educator. He is currently a teaching assistant for Geoff Lawton’s online permaculture design course under the Permaculture Research Institute. Specialising in small animal systems (chickens), he has used his experience to w…
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Charles J. Lawson is a permaculture practitioner, designer, and educator. He homesteads on 7 acres in rural Virginia, and helps others do the same with his company DeWitt Permaculture, doing business as Food Forest Virginia.https://www.instagram.com/foodforestvirginia/https://modernhomestead.com/For all our episodes go to:https://vinepermaculture.c…
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Au programme de cette émission : Malgré la pluie, et des sols souvent bien trempés, le début de la saison jardin est bien là ! Alors on sème (fort) et partout... blette, betterave-rouge, carotte, épinard, navets, panais, persil, pois et petits-pois (pour la dernière fois), radis roses,.. Puis nous répondrons à vos nombreuses questions envoyées par …
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Listen to part 2 of the Discucoverage Ivonne recorded in Inverness Botanic Gardens. This time, she explores a few gardens that can be inspiring for gardeners in northern Great Britain. As it happens, the so-called 'quiet corner' is not so quiet after all, so Ivonne strolls around a medicinal garden. She investigates a big bug hotel and a multifunct…
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We bezoeken de tuinmarkt bij Kasteel Hernen in Gelderland. Dit is echt een plantfestijn voor fijnproevers! De eerstvolgende editie vindt plaats op 25 mei 2024. In de aanloop daarnaartoe laten we je de komende weken maar liefst 3 Discureportages horen. Deze keer de eerste, met een sfeerimpressie. Sprookjesachtig De tuinmarkt speelt zich af tegen het…
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Au programme de cette émission : Les gelées ont fait quelques dégâts dans certaines régions, mais il n'est pas trop tard pour re-semer ou sauver ce qui est possible. Eric fera le point sur les actions à faire en cas de gel. Nous parlerons également des travaux du moment au jardin. Puis nous répondrons à vos nombreuses questions envoyées par mail su…
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Ivonne and her travel companion treated themselves to a couple of hours in Inverness Botanic Gardens. The tropical house there must be the hottest spot in Scotland! Listen to part 1 of the Discucoverage Ivonne recorded for you while her friend kindly explored the gardens on her own, letting your podcaster do her thing. Go and wander with Ivonne thr…
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In this Pip Podcast, we chat with Amanda Reynolds, a Guringai Yuin woman. She’s an artist, storyteller, possum skin cloak maker, curator and a sharer of knowledge.In our heart-warming conversation, Amanda honours her profound connection to Country and shares the cultural significance of symbols and designs in Indigenous storytelling and the ancient…
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Stephen Leahy is a passionate advocate for sustainable agriculture and permaculture principles. As a small-scale part-time farmer, Stephen practices permaculture on his community garden, affectionately known as "Willow Edge Farm." With a team of six dedicated participants, Stephen applies the principles he's learned from books and volunteering to c…
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Au programme de cette émission : Au jardin, le froid et les gelées dans certaines régions stoppent les activités du jardinier... Nous ferons un rapide tour des travaux à faire (si c'est possible) Nous répondrons à vos questions envoyées par mail à contact@monjardinbio.com 📔 Retrouvez notre livre « On sème FORT ! ». 📔 Disponible dans toutes les libr…
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A Permaculture Vine roundtable sees Cormac Harkin joined by Christopher Nesbitt, Pippa Chapman and Graham Towerton. They are discussing Permaculture's Role in Enhancing Local Food Supplies.Graham Towertonhttps://youtu.be/AAl5xKacqUchttps://permacultureadventuresmi.com/dir/instagram: @grahamtowerton Pippa Chapmanhttps://youtu.be/ZRxNh-8ThVghttps://w…
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On this episode of Living Permaculture, hosts Vanessa Harmony and Jerome Osentowski interview Claude Jolicoeur, a cider maker, apple grower, engineer, and author of multiple books and articles on the topic of cider including, “The New Cider Maker’s Handbook”, and, “Cider Planet”. They discuss the methods behind Claude’s award-winning ciders and exp…
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Cormac Harkin chats to Doug Crouch from TreeYo Permaculture. Trained as both a Permaculture Designer and Fish and Wildlife Manager, Doug has extensive knowledge surrounding landscape planning and food production systems. This regenerative design and implementation work spans the globe ranging in contexts and climates including tropical agro-forestr…
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Au programme de cette émission : Au jardin, semis en place ou à l'abri, et plantations au programme. On vous détaille tout ! Nous répondrons à vos questions envoyées par mail à contact@monjardinbio.com 📔 Retrouvez notre livre « On sème FORT ! ». 📔 Disponible dans toutes les librairies et sur notre site --> https://url-r.fr/HOkSt Cette semaine, Eric…
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Cormac Harkin chats with Eléonore Todini. Eléonore began her journey in "real life" as an energy efficiency engineer, but she transitioned from this role five years ago to fully immerse herself in her permaculture dream. This shift wasn't just a career change; it became a pathway to serenity, joy, creativity, and true well-being for her. Over the p…
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Au programme de cette émission : Au jardin, la pluie rend toujours très difficile les semis et les plantations... Alors si votre sol est ressuyé, semez blette, betterave rouge, carotte, épinard, fève, navets, panais, persil, pois, radis roses, salsifis, scorsonères ... Nous répondrons à vos questions envoyées par mail à contact@monjardinbio.com 📔 R…
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Ga mee met Ivonne naar het Belgische Leuven. Loop door de indrukwekkende classicistische poort, zó de Kruidtuin in. In deze botanische tuin van 2,2 hectare is van alles te zien. Ivonne licht er een aantal plekken uit. Zoals de systematische tuin, waar studenten ooit leerden hoe plantenfamilies in elkaar zaten. En de fraaie varenkas, waar je het wat…
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Donate Directly: via PayPal -or- Venmo @permaculturepodcast Want to listen to more conversations about Permaculture? Browse the extensive archives of the show. My guest for this episode is Katrina Blair, author of the wonderful book The Wild Wisdom of Weeds recently released by Chelsea Green. Katrina lives in Durango, Colorado at Turtle Lake Refuge…
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Laatste deel van onze serie van 4 podcasts over de grondslag van voedselbossen. We verdiepen ons onder meer in de vraag in hoeverre een voedselbos alleen inheemse planten mag bevatten. Of behoud je het natuurvriendelijke karakter wanneer je ook uitheemse planten gebruikt? Zoals altijd vind je meer informatie en links in de shownote. De delen van de…
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Annette is a Certified Permaculture Designer and Teacher, Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design - Building connections and planting seeds within the People Care ethic.https://www.instagram.com/oliversgardensfarm/?hl=enhttps://www.familypermaculture.com/https://foodforestabundance.com/nextstepswithannette https://vinepermaculture.com/podcast/annett…
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(Désolé pour l’écho... petit soucis technique cette semaine) Au programme de cette émission : Au jardin, la pluie rend très difficile les semis et les plantations. Si votre sol est ressuyé, plantez arbustes, petits fruits, fraisiers, ail, oignons, échalotes,... Au chaud, les semis peuvent continuer. Nous répondrons à vos questions envoyées par mail…
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Donate Directly: via PayPal -or- Venmo @permaculturepodcast Want to listen to more conversations about Permaculture? Browse the extensive archives of the show. My guest for this episode is Craig Sponholtz, a permaculture practitioner who operates Watershed Artisans. One of Craig’s specialties is in building regenerative earthworks to capture water …
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Native to Fort Worth, Texas, USA, Cynthia Acebo started off as a live sound engineer working in venues with touring musicians and singing in a semi-professional choir, herself. Music is her first love but after being laid off without pay as a gig worker in 2020, she quickly fell into the world of permaculture. Texas is no easy place to grow a lush …
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Au programme de cette émission : Au jardin, on plante : arbustes, petits fruits, fraisiers, ail, oignons, échalotes,...et on greffe ! Nous répondrons à vos questions envoyées par mail à contact@monjardinbio.com 📔 Retrouvez notre livre « On sème FORT ! ». 📔 Disponible dans toutes les librairies et sur notre site --> https://url-r.fr/HOkSt Cette sema…
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This month on Living Permaculture, Vanessa Harmony interviews Melissa Miles, who is responsible for introducing Vanessa to permaculture in 2011. Melissa Miles is a Permaculture Designer-Teacher-Consultant and an Environmental Biologist and Conservation Planner in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. They discuss the evolution of permaculture education …
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Paul’s latest victim is Molly Mac and her 1.5 acre peninsula in Massachusetts. It’s a windy place but has plenty of various trees and an overall shape that’s not good for berms, so hugelkultur it is! There’s even a convenient space for a Rocket Mass Heater. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of …
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