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[Interview Discussion] The Interface Between Permaculture and The Wild with Michael Pilarski  RSS feed

 
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Scott Mann, of ThePermaculturePodcast, recently interviewed Michael Pilarski, about how we could all use Permaculture ideas and tools and apply them into our public/shared/wild places. I really enjoyed the interview, but I'm left curious about the practicality of these ideas.

(Link to podcast)
http://www.thepermaculturepodcast.com/2013/michael-pilarski/

Is there anybody here, who is already applying some of these ideas? I'd love to hear about this in more detail.

I feel we need more sophisticated strategies, in order to apply such good ideas into current society. It's painfully obvious that any such changes are going to run into major resistance and persecution. In my situation, it's extremely difficult to apply anything privately or publicly. So, I wonder if in easier locations we might fetch results that could be copied into less flexible societies.
 
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