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Podcast 204: Sepp Holzer movie presentation - Part I  RSS feed

 
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The Symphony in Seed & Soil Tour stops at Ludemans Outdoor Furniture in Beaverton, Oregon and Paul gives a presentation and shows two Sepp Holzer videos during the discussion.

Paul answers questions from the crowd concerning urban vs rural gardening, permaculture vs organic, and elaborates on topics such as the Wheaton ecoscale, flourescence lightbulbs, HMO, Monsanto, hugelkulture, monocrops, polyculture, food production, deer, beavers, and how much land is necessary to have a successful permaculture project per person and the importance of having animals in the overall permaculture landscape and the tenets of veganism.

There were also questions on how does one go from a perfect permaculture environment and make it profitable without traditional harvest and marketing methods. Different methods of creating income streams were discussed.

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You've likely heard this a dozen times already, but this is the second Podcast 203. So this is actually Podcast 204, unless I've miscalculated. But the iTunes list backs me up. Thanks!
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Chris Kott wrote:You've likely heard this a dozen times already, but this is the second Podcast 203. So this is actually Podcast 204, unless I've miscalculated. But the iTunes list backs me up. Thanks!
-CK



Good catch Chris!

Tim, is this something that is easy to fix?
 
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ok I believe it's fixed now...
 
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Ha Ha this one cracks me up. This is a crash course in all the Paulisms! Great first listen for new listeners.
 
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Awesome music and joke! Could be your podcast theme joke/song... Well maybe just Jimmy's music.
 
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