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28 April 2019
Episode #34

David Holmgren: Educator, writer, co-founder of permaculture

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This episode is brought to you by our friends at Mossy Willow Farm and G Adventures

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For the past couple of months, we’ve been getting our hands dirty sharing stories to do with agriculture and how we can grow food in a way that regenerates our ecosystems. It’s all connected to our latest magazine: Healing the Land, which features some of the great farmers and growers of our time — including Wendell Berry, Charles Massey and Vandana Shiva. This episode of the podcast is with someone of similarly great standing: the co-founder of permaculture, David Holmgren. David is an educator, environmental designer and writer whose latest book is RetroSuburbia — an enormously rich manual full of ideas for creating an abundant home economy.

#34 David Holmgren: Educator, writer, co-founder of permaculture
#34 David Holmgren: Educator, writer, co-founder of permaculture
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Show notes:

This edited conversation was produced by our digital editor Lizzie Marton, with music Dennis Liu

Purchase a copy of Dumbo Feather Issue 58, Healing the Land. (https://www.dumbofeather.com/product/issue-58/)

Purchase a copy of David Holmgrem’s latest book Retrosuburbia. (https://retrosuburbia.com)

Visit Dan Palmer’s website, Edible Gardens (https://www.veryediblegardens.com.au/about-us/our-team/)

Learn more about Mossy Willow Farm (https://www.mossywillowfarm.com/)

Book a small group tour with G Adventures (https://www.gadventures.com.au/)

This episode is brought to you by our friends at Mossy Willow Farm and G Adventures

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