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Paul Wheaton Featured on NPR!

 
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Congrats BIG time to Paul Wheaton for being featured on the Los Angeles NPR! WEHEW!!

http://www.instituteofurbanecology.org/2013/02/focus-on-food-ep-21-paul-wheaton-on-permaculture-rocket-stoves-chicken-raising/

(P.S. Paul, if I posted in the wrong section, feel free to move this post - I could not figure out where else to put it - thanks! Lisa)
 
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Score ! Hopefully more to come.
 
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I didn't know Paul was on NPR! Woah!
 
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Great news!
 
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FYI this thread is 7 years old
 
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Mike Haasl wrote:FYI this thread is 7 years old


Hahahaha I saw it in the recent and didn't even look at the date!
Thanks for looking out Mike!
 
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Clay Bunch wrote:

Mike Haasl wrote:FYI this thread is 7 years old


Hahahaha I saw it in the recent and didn't even look at the date!
Thanks for looking out Mike!



But, hey, it seems like a good place to post a bunch of other radio shows he's been on recently:

Paul Wheaton on the Dr Pat show I actually had a chance to listen to a bunch of this one, and I really liked it. Dr Pat does a great job of connecting the Building a Better World book to our current issues in society.

Paul Wheaton on "Chatting with Sherri"

Paul Wheaton on "Dr Julie Show" on Empowered Radio

Paul Wheaton on BITEradio Me

Paul on "Dr Elaine Grohman" on Empowered Radio

Paul Wheaton on Pod Bean About Building a Better World and the Wheaton Eco Scale

Paul Wheaton on "Danielle Lin: The Art of Living and the Science of Life"

Paul Wheaton on "The Last Word"

Paul Wheaton on "Sea Change Radio" on PRX here's a direct link to Paul Wheaton Pt. I: Home Heating Solutions and to Paul Wheaton Pt. II: Permaculture Gardening

Paul Wheaton on the "Mike Nowak Show"  on WCGO 1590am The episode is called "Essential Extreme Permaculture Primer" and here's a summary of it:

(July 12, 2020) A lot of us do our very best to make the natural world around us a little bit better. We grow some of our own food. We reuse, reduce and recycle. We try to keep energy costs down. (At least, I hope we do.) We compost  (more on that in a little bit.) We swap out our incandescent light bulbs for compact fluorescents and LEDs (more on that in a little bit.) But we’re pikers when compared to a guy named Paul Wheaton. He has co-authored what could be described as an essential extreme permaculture primer.

Skip to a specific segment in this podcast

3:41 Horticulturist Melinda Myers
47:16 Permaculturist Paul Wheaton
1:25:19 Meteorologist Rick DiMaio



There's a more in-depth summary there, but it was a bit long, so I didn't want to copy it all. Sounds like there was probably a good discussion, because the host is a big fan of native plant sancuaties
 
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