John Saltveit wrote:#1.Talk to Dr. Mercola, the #1 natural health site on the web. He is just getting fascinated with growing your own food, probiotics, how can we grow higher quality food that's healthier without destroying the environment.
#2 Talk to Peter McCoy who runs Radical Mycology. He runs workshops for people to learn how to grow mushrooms, in involved in mycorestoration, and runs a radical mycology in which they try to encourage people to use grass roots, hands on low tech methods to get a lot of people to include mushrooms in their lives.
#3 talk to Jenny Pell about the Seattle FOod forest, how it's going, and how they're going to manage it when it's done.
paul wheaton wrote:
How do we talk to people while recording a podcast in a place that has no internet and pretty crappy cell reception?
Burra Maluca wrote:If you're walking around the land, I'd like to be able to imagine what it's like there and what plants and animals and things you see as you're walking around, and how they all interact. And what you learn about the land itself as you walk and talk. Give us a feel for what it's actually like there. I'll probably never be able to visit, but if you did that, and maybe take a few photos of the places and things that you mention, we could have a thread to look at as we listen to the podcast.
Emily Aaston wrote:Yesterday Tony and I took a walk on the laboratory and observed the dry creek bed. We wondered how you were going to revive it. As I had been reading the Designer's Manual yesterday I was learning about the value of observation. Maybe you could discuss ideas about what people do the first year when they buy raw land? Where do you start? How do you prioritize?
paul wheaton wrote:Where at the hospital now. Jocelyn may have broken her arm. The ice was so pretty she needed to take a picture.
paul wheaton wrote:It is a broken arm. They need to reset stuff, so they are gonna put her under.
jennifer dyck wrote:Sorry I don't know what the 3 ethics and 12 principals are?? Please direct me to explanation or repeat them
Thanks JJ Dyck