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Tony Flint
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Awesome!

We need Brandon featured on this, I think: http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2013/11-13/epi-1253-curing-meat-with-farmstead-meatsmith.mp3
Also, this one really helped me understand managing goats with electric fencing: http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2012/5-12/epi-00910-mike-canaday-on-grazing-goats.mp3
 
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I came here to say the recent food forest series that Paul already mentioned. I would also add the Ben Falk stuff:


http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2013/8-13/epi-01195-falk-on-the-resilient-homestead.mp3
http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2012/8-12/epi-00964-ben-cook-of-whole-systems-design.mp3
http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2011/10-11/epi-00771-ben-falk-on-growing-rice-in-cold-climates.mp3

Edit for MP3's



 
Ty Morrison
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Yay!
 
paul wheaton
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If you guys can link to the mp3 files, that will be handy when I ask somebody to copy all the mp3 files to the master jump drive.
 
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Mark Lipscomb
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paul wheaton wrote:How about the ones with Ben Falk?


I agree!

(See post above)

 
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Mark Lipscomb wrote:
paul wheaton wrote:How about the ones with Ben Falk?


I agree!

(See post above)



D'oh!

Is that all of them?
 
Mark Lipscomb
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paul wheaton wrote:


Is that all of them?


Yes, that I know of / could find for dedicated Ben shows.

He does answer some listener questions so he appears in short segments on feedback and call in shows though.
 
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Maybe one or two of his beekeeping episodes would be a good addition. I think he did 6 or 7 featuring different beekeepers.
 
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http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/tag/steven-harris
http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/tag/steven-harris/page/2

 
Cj Sloane
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My favs which don't feature Paul:
Episode-0981- Lessons in Sustainable Living Japan’s Edo Period http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2012/9-12/epi-00981-lessons-from-japans-edo-period.mp3
Episode-1019- The Role of Animals in Permaculture http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2012/11-12/epi-01019-the-role-of-animals-in-permaculture.mp3
Episode-1069- Unusual and Everyday Plants for Food Hedges (Fedges) http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2013/2-13/epi-01069-plants-for-hedges-fedges.mp3
Episode-1087- Taking “Mob Grazing” to the Small Piece of Land http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2013/3-13/epi-01087-mob-grazing-on-small-land-holdings.mp3
Episode-1120- Designing Small Scale Forest Gardens http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2013/4-13/epi-01120-small-scale-forest-gardens.mp3
 
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Adding some of Jack's stuff will be awesome!
I wonder if Deigo would be down with adding the podcasts from the permaculture voices series?

Ditto for tall Pauls stuff?

surfing from my cell so I can't add direct suggestions from the TSP site.
 
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These are all Beekeeping episodes:

Episode 1049 Southern Maryland Beekeeper
http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2013/1-13/epi-01049-hurricane-sandy-and-warre-bee-hives.mp3

Episode 944 Phil Chandler "the barefoot beekeeper"
http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2012/7-12/epi-00944-phil-chandler-the-barefoot-beekeeper.mp3

Episode 955 Matt Reed Natural Beekeeping
http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2012/8-12/epi-00955-natural-bee-keeping-with-matt-reed.mp3

Episode 1029 Jack Jones
http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2012/11-12/epi-01029-jack-jones-on-beekeeping.mp3

Episode 1217 Jason Burns catching wild swarms
http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2013/9-13/epi-01217-capturing-wild-swarms.mp3

Episode 970 Mil Apostle Natural Beekeeping in Langstroth hives
http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2012/8-12/epi-00970-natural-beekeeping-with-conventional-hives.mp3

Episode 991 Ned Farrell
http://www.survivalpodcast.net/audio/2012/10-12/epi-00991-ned-farrell-on-bee-keeping.mp3

I also really liked the Food Forest Q&A series and the ones with Paul (All previously suggested)
 
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I really like the food forest podcasts Jack has put out lately. For being a survival podcast the man has a wealth of knowledge to offer in the realm of permaculture.
 
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Oh, I almost forgot the DIY oil from algae: http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/episode-963-josh-wolf-on-algae-based-bio-fuel

 
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Adam Baker wrote:Adding some of Jack's stuff will be awesome!
I wonder if Deigo would be down with adding the podcasts from the permaculture voices series?

Ditto for tall Pauls stuff?


Your suggestion prompted me to check with both.

No word back from tall paul yet.

Diego has always been a big supporter of all my stuff. And since he's on my daily-ish email, he already knew about this project. It sounds like he might do his own project like this. But his stuff won't be on this jump drive.


 
Cory Collins
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I agree with those who posted the food forest series. Those are immensely hepful. This thread has some great older episodes I can't wait to go back and listen to as well. Thanks
 
Paul Gordon
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paul wheaton wrote:
Adam Baker wrote:Adding some of Jack's stuff will be awesome!
I wonder if Deigo would be down with adding the podcasts from the permaculture voices series?

Ditto for tall Pauls stuff?


No word back from tall paul yet.


Yes... all of my episodes can be included on the Jump Drive that pertain to permaculture... http://www.blogtalkradio.com/asktallpaul
 
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