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I know about Paul's podcast, the Permaculture Voices podcast by Diego Footer, and The Permaculture Podcast by Scott Mann. There are a handful of other PC podcasts that are new, with a small number of episodes, and are repeating a lot of the same content. I'm looking for recommendations for podcasts beyond those - in the same vein in terms of being inspirational, educational, and about making the most of our lives, and may or may not be directly about PC. What do you suggest?
 
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What about a podcast that interviews it's listeners? We all have something to offer and diversity is the pattern of nature isn't it? Even if it were a series of bios that might be interesting to hear. Especially if they were grouped into bioms or something.
 
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Hey Juniper,

If you're looking for something inspirational, educational, and about making the most of our lives, I highly recommend the Rich Roll Podcast: http://www.richroll.com/category/podcast/ Rich is an ultra endurance athlete who cares deeply about sustainability and positive culture change. He is a vegan, but not dogmatic about it. So have an open mind if you're not also a vegan.

If you have a message to share yourself, you might like my podcast for education entrepreneurs called LMScast: http://podcast.lifterlms.com/ An education entrepreneur is someone who cares about disrupting tradition education in order to bring greater impact to the world. An education entrepreneur typically cares more about impact than income, though recognizes that both are important.

There's nothing like finding a new podcast that you really resonate with. Good luck!

~ Chris
 
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jonathan christ wrote:Check out these
The Survival Podcast
HomeGrown Liberty Podcast
Homesteady Podcast
Chicken Thistle Farm Coopcast
EonFire Podcast


I haven't listened to HomeGrown Liberty or EonFire, but I would definitely also recommend Chicken Thistle Farm and the Survival Podcast. The first few Homesteady's were pretty good, but the format changed changed and I am no longer a listener.
To that list, I would also add the Growing Farms Podcast , the Beginning Farmer Podcast, and while it is not permaculture related, Freakanomics is good one for challenging assumptions you may have.
 
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John Wolfram wrote:

jonathan christ wrote:Check out these
The Survival Podcast
HomeGrown Liberty Podcast
Homesteady Podcast
Chicken Thistle Farm Coopcast
EonFire Podcast


I haven't listened to HomeGrown Liberty or EonFire, but I would definitely also recommend Chicken Thistle Farm and the Survival Podcast. The first few Homesteady's were pretty good, but the format changed changed and I am no longer a listener.
To that list, I would also add the Growing Farms Podcast , the Beginning Farmer Podcast, and while it is not permaculture related, Freakanomics is good one for challenging assumptions you may have.



i forgot about the growing farms podcast and the beginning farmer! I listen to them too.
 
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Thanks for the suggestions! I will give these shows a listen.
 
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I am gonna be doing the epic drive up the Alaska Highway through Canada in April, and that means I need a LOT of podcasts loaded onto my iPhone.  Some nice suggestions in this thread; anybody got more to add?
 
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