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I watch a fair amount of youtube, usually whIle cooking/ cleaning/ washing eggs and not a whole lot of permaculture stuff. I watched almost all of the Verge Permaculture youtube channel and would like to watch more stuff.

Which permaculture youtube channels do you like?

 
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Not strictly permaculture; Growing Your Greens  https://www.youtube.com/user/growingyourgreens
 
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School of Permaculture
The Deep Living Project
Rick Larson
J & J acres
Jesse Grimes
Possible Media
Happen Films
Living Web Farms
Verge Permaculture
BrightSide Permaculture (mine) Not much there yet. I'm shooting lots of video now and will be editing and uploading as the work outside becomes less and less.

All of these channels (mine excluded) have lots of content, lots of different perspectives, methods and climates.  Some are frequent uploaders, others...   not so much.  All worth looking at in my opinion.


Who else here has a YT channel?  What about G+  Anyone using that for permaculture networking?
 
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Tyler Ludens wrote:Not strictly permaculture; Growing Your Greens  https://www.youtube.com/user/growingyourgreens



Me too! I even got one of his t-shirts...
 
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ABC acres who I found out about through a thread here on permies https://permies.com/t/56506/permaculture/ABC-acres-Permaculture-Farmstead-Video has some good video and has been putting stuff out regularly.

David The Good has a nice permaculture channel, though his stuff he is doing is typically not as applicable to my region as I think he is in Florida if I remember correctly and I am building a homestead in Eastern WA. But still fun to watch.

Marjory Wildcraft is a fun one.

I watch a lot of homestead channels, not limiting myself to just permaculture. As a lot of the permiculture channels just aren't regular uploaders. But homestead channels tend to upload fairly regularly.

Some of these homestead channels do some permaculture some don't.
Fouch-o-matic Off Grid
Dirtpatchheaven
Appalachia's Homestead
OFF GRID with DOUG and STACY
jnull0
Starry Hilder
Wranglerstar

These two are still fairly new channels and are couples who are just starting to build their homesteads. Both are good channels but haven't gotten to the point of doing a lot of gardening. They are more about building infrastructure at this point.

Back to Nature Living
Pure Living for Life

Oh and I guess I will add mine, though I only have 2 videos at the moment of a camp tour. I do plan on doing a lot more videos as I develop the infrastructure for my homestead and eventually start planting and raising livestock. It is called : The Ineffable Homestead.
 
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Another new channel
Land Of Tamarack Homestead https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpuV3kNsZNOcipaaoMc3WMA who posted a thread here on permies, but I seem to be unable to find it.

*edit here is the permies thread on them https://permies.com/t/57637/homestead/Weirdos-woods-cameras-wrong someone was nice enough to PM me the link so it could be included here
 
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Thanks for all the suggestions y'all!
 
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Maybe it's because I am a grandmother, I like the homesteading families:
Justin Rhodes (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOSGEokQQcdAVFuL_Aq8dlg )
The beautiful life (Rebekah, Justin's wife; https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2kLhmPwvHyoTB71njPx5Jg )
Fouch-o-matic Off Grid (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm28mg76wIUxq1eyqhbivfg )
Dirtpatchheaven (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2GQkhnB8tQ_9P6p3lUYsfQ )
Art and Bri (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWVCeqJ3lbpOrkZ4rleky0g )

I like Jesse Grimes' videos on the Ant Village ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpTOy6AFv_Qqr9J8n50f71Q )

Sometimes I want to hear some deep thoughts on nature and gardening here: 
Revolution of Thought (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaox8w_9KXeoMYZLjpZf6bA )
We have someone like that in Dutch too, who just started vlogging: Het groen van Jeroen ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvJ7hXhhs1gqReoglae9D_g )

Then I look more of the videos YouTube shows at the side of one I looked on permaculture, homesteading, tiny homes, drawing and painting. And I followed all of the series Tales from the Green Valley (historical farming at the Welsh-English border).

Staff note (Jocelyn Campbell):

There's a thread about Justin Rhodes' here: Great American Farm Tour.

 
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Primitive Technology

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Living Web Farms

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I have a homesteading YouTube Channel called "The Grass-fed Homestead".  Today is day 104 of homesteading for us so we're still trying to get our homestead established.  Justin Rhodes gave me a "30 Day Challenge" - challenging us to post 1 video per day for our first 30 days on the homestead.  We did 30 and didn't stop! So we have 100+ videos posted already.  Since we're just getting started, we don't have a lot of permaculture systems in place yet.  BUT, the permaculture ethics and principles guide my decision making and the direction we are going. 

We are currently raising 4 lambs for meat and we have a small flock of layer hens (and a BIG rooster). We also had a small garden on a automated drip irrigation system. I designed and implemented a rotational grazing system using electric polywire fence.  It is working pretty well.  Our videos are more of a "vlog" style rather than a "how to" but they have a lot of information in them without being too boring.  I share our successes and more importantly, our failures.  If you're interested in learning more about raising grass-fed lamb, there's a lot for you on our channel.

Here's the introduction video I put together right when were getting ready to move from suburbia to our homestead:



As for which permaculture channels I like:
Justin Rhodes (of course)
David the Good
School of Permaculture
John Suscovich
Permaculture Voices
John Kitsteiner

And several other homesteading channels already mentioned by above posters. 

Staff note (Jocelyn Campbell):

There's a thread about Dan and his channel here: The Grass-fed Homestead.

 
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A couple I haven't seen posted yet

A Whole Village - this is the first video in a series

Living in the Future - Lammas series - this is the first video in a series about the creation of the Lammas ecovillage and everything they had to deal with.
There are many videos in this series but I learned a lot even though it's set in Wales and I'm in Canada.
 
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Two I watch that I didn't see listed:

Work With Nature

SkillCult
 
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My son's and I have been making YouTube videos since March: Healthy Family Variety Channel
We have done 'treasure hunting' for fossils. Finding free/cheap silver. Lots of bugs and nature. I did a permaculture'esk watershed video early on.  I have lots of Spiders, bugs and critters. I did a video on Plantain and the various varieties.   And my boys have done a few lego Stop Motion animation videos.
http://youtube.com/c/HealthyFamilyVarietyChannel

Since most of our popular videos(5000+ views) are 'treasure hunting' I decided to make a separate Bugs, Spiders and Nature channel:
anima ex nihilo
****I have some Halloween ish and Halloween themed videos up! Please check them out!!****

Finally, I started another channel for all things Silver, Gold, Precious Metals and coins/numismatics.  I plan to put together two whole education series on coin collections. The first on someone trying to get into coin collecting.   The second for someone inheriting a coun collection (from a deceased relative) to learn the value of their collection and how best to decide what to keep for memory-sake and what to expect when you decide to sell.  I have a two videos up to start with.  More to come later. OH!!! The channel name: em3 Making Metal Mine
 
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A channel I didn't see listed. She is a joy to watch:
Delectable Mountain

AND Here are a couple links to my videos to make it easy for anyone:
anima ex nihilo Halloween fun: http://youtu.be/_gzQihOLNpU
Another, this is skin crawling spiders we filmed: http://youtu.be/av6UH-iaUT4
Like spiders? Here's a halloween one, then 2nd, a cute one on jumping spiders:
http://youtu.be/xxuNeQmoTrs
http://youtu.be/7UqeC63J4ek

The intro video to my coin channel, but done for my main channel(sending any of my subscribers over to the new channel): http://youtu.be/-rq7239XWbA ; and follow the link in that video's description to go over to the "em3" coin channel.
 
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Of course Permaculture Voices, and I don't think I've seen it listed yet so
Permaculture Artisans

Not Permaculture but...
Eat The Weeds with Green DeanEat the Weeds
Also the USDA NRCS channel USDA NRCS

My channel is Abundant Design, I blog weekly, but only occasionally with video content on YouTube, and not always strictly Permaculture.
 
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I stumbled across the Farming Secrets channel while hunting up info on Peter Andrews' Natural Sequence Farming. All manner of quality information on a wide range of fascinating subjects may be found there. I've barely scratched the surface of its giant selection:

http://www.youtube.com/user/farmingsecrets
 
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casey lem wrote:Two I watch that I didn't see listed:

Work With Nature

SkillCult



I'll have to check out Work with Nature. Skillcult is definitely on the top of my list. Steven Edholm's videos are some of the most information-dense around, and production quality is very high. He's thoughtful and entertaining and a great source of obscure and interesting data. I can't recommend SkillCult highly enough:

http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFZ-LGULm1gGhd3uOjiZr-A
 
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***If you want to see a homestead be build from raw land to a homestead, I'd love to put in a plug for our channel.

We have launched a fast growing YouTube channel about us building a homestead from scratch (raw land) in central Texas. 

Here is our specific Texas Homestead Build playlist:




And here is our Texas Homestead Build Playlist

Our Texas Homestead Build - Playlist

Our plan is to convert a shed to a small tiny house cabin for our family of 6!!!  YIKES!!!  We are also about to launch a 30 videos in 30 days around the New Year.  We mostly are sharing our struggles in a fun and creative story telling way.  Because we are beginners at raw land development
 
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Here is a homestead vlogger, with a top 10 homestead YouTube channel list:



Here are the top 10 homesteading videos for 2017, they were nominated by our viewers and picked by us. Our goal is to expose and reward good quality homestead content on YouTube.

HONORABLE MENTIONS:
Art & Homesteading: https://goo.gl/BppSiz
Blake Kirby: https://goo.gl/Zh3JMZ
Living Traditions Homestead: https://goo.gl/BcTWrL
Rain Country: https://goo.gl/z2Gd8i
Weed ‘em & Reap: https://goo.gl/bWSvqq

TOP 10 VIDEOS:
10 | Life in Farmland | Welcome To Life In Farmland: https://youtu.be/PfDLp22sYf4
9 | Lumnah Acres | Modern Homesteading = Growing Money: https://youtu.be/gM8DvhLhNQ0
8 | Art & Bri | Why Millennials Are Ditching Pop-Culture For this Lifestyle: https://youtu.be/VFL4E2ZuXcc
7 | Grass-fed Homestead | Riding on a Yak: https://youtu.be/XRE3JUqfydk
6 | Guildbrook Farm | Goes Off Grid: https://youtu.be/tZvqsSvYIDc
5 | Homesteady | How You Can Live Your Homestead Dream: https://youtu.be/BcfQ4hKt_Gg
4 | Sow the Land | Life After Cancer: https://youtu.be/TLh-mxLNUhc
3 | Justin Rhodes | Going Back to Eden: https://youtu.be/fM2DMv0Arlc
2 | OFF GRID with DOUG & STACY | Homesteading is a Movement: https://youtu.be/5ZQnN4l3pBA
1 | Cog Hill Farm | I Can: https://youtu.be/rQYRGqaU5ng


There are so many good suggestions in this thread that I didn't comb through all of them to see if White House on the Hill added any new ones with their list - just thought another cohort opinion was worthwhile!
 
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Oh, see also Miles' thread about The My Little Homestead YouTube Channel

Miles writes:

My brother told me about these folks and I have been enjoying watching them build all sorts of earth bag homes. They seem to use a lot of paints and chemicals, so not really all in for permies,  but their building techniques are pretty neat.




 
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One of the best permaculture youtube channels I've found is Edible Acres.  Sean has a ton of videos posted and I heartily endorse them.  Watch the 43 second intro to get a good feel for what he shares. 
 
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Way Out West Blow-In Blog https://www.youtube.com/user/WayOutWestx2
they homestead on the westcoast of ireland and apart from listening to their lovely accents I love seeing all their useful inventions and hearing them explain things in terms I can understand.
 
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For all the gear heads out there...

There's a crazy Canadian making tool review videos and he is not a schill for any brand. His language is really bad so you don't want to have any kids around when you watch him, but you will learn a lot about power tools, pneumatic tools, electronics, tool manufacture, machining, and lots and lots of brand comparisons. He has a very unique way of communicating with lots of sayings that you will either find funny or annoying.  Either way, I guarantee you will learn something about what he's talking about. The channel is called AvE and here is the URL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChWv6Pn_zP0rI6lgGt3MyfA

If you're into blacksmithing without all the hype and over-the-top personalities, I found Torbjorn Ahman. I enjoy his understated videos showing his excellent craftsmanship in blacksmithing: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSFaYYQzNMLo2U6rSNLpghg

If you want to learn about cover crops for nearly any kind of application, you need to check out the geeks at Green Cover Seed. There are some in-field videos and lots of conference talks about cover crop farming: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfrK9tSdYXpHFxbhKxgcMbw



 
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Maybe I missed it, but Ben Falk has a good one. One video I recently watched:


 
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I gotta add Skillcult to this list.

https://www.youtube.com/user/1sustainablehedonist

He's a must-watch.
 
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...also: Offgrid Millennials.
 
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Thanks everyone for all the suggestions
 
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Probably all my favorites have been mentioned but if not:
EdibleAcres.org      Favorite permaculture
Plant Abundance   My first hugel guy
GrowVeg    Enthusiastic uk
Charles Dowding   Brilliant uk
Morag Gamble  permaculture aus(?)
MI Gardner      Veg gardner super enthusiastic
One Yard Revolution  awesome small space zone 5 guy
David the good         Posts here! Seminole pumpkin  permaculture hardcore composter!
Appalachian Homestead w/Patara    Awesome homestead channel
Anything with Dr Elaine Ingham composting expert
Ruth Stout videos  one of my heroes
Primative technology.  Crazy guy builds insane stuff in shorts with sticks and rocks
Survival Lily.  Practical Survivalist
This is in no particular order, there are many more, going to post on my channel
Sweet Breeze Farm
The Golden Pitchfork Awards to talk about some of my favorite YouTubers maybe this weekend, my channel is geared towards very low effort gardening in zone 6
Acushnet Massachusetts, most of my videos are composting and a couple hugel videos, I do them to keep busy when I’m feeling well, very low production camera phone first takes, fun however when I become Pumpkin Tripp from “Sweet Breeze Farm”. Did a 2018 Seed Haul video was fun for me.
Enjoy watching more than making them though, will tune in to some of the suggestions here! Thanks to previous posters for theirs!😀


 
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Many great channels listed already, so Ill just throw a coin at my favorite -

Edible Acres! I appreciate the documentation of experimentation. Even when it doesnt work out. Lots of good ideas.
https://www.youtube.com/user/EdibleAcres
 
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my youtube videos is about feed pellet mill and floating pellet mill.
https://www.youtube.com/user/pelletingmachine
 
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If I may share my channel, I've been working on improving the quality of my videos and I'm at https://www.youtube.com/startfromseedhomestead

I moved to my homestead in November and I'm now getting started planning for my mixed fruit orcahrd/food forest/forest garden, my first flock of chickens, and more using permaculture techniques where possible. Trying to build a resilient and sustainable place to be. :)
 
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Edible Acres, already mentioned, is great.
Nature's Always Right is another with great content - a market garden on rented property in San Diego.
The Grassfed Homestead; Plant Abundance; are among my favourites (already mentioned).
Some have great content on specific topics I'm interested in like a playlist on raising rabbits by Living Traditions.
I'm looking for step-by-step type instructions for bee keeping and although I've found some channels about bees and learned quite a bit, there's not one that stands out for me for a beginner.
 
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Martha June wrote:I'm looking for step-by-step type instructions for bee keeping and although I've found some channels about bees and learned quite a bit, there's not one that stands out for me for a beginner.

Lots of useful information here:
http://horizontalhive.com

Not step-by-step but a must-see for all bee keepers:
 
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Thank you, Pusang Halaw. That bee video was entertaining, educational and inspiring. Dr. Sharashkin makes beekeeping seem very do-able.
 
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I like HuwsNursey: https://www.youtube.com/user/HuwsNursery



So simple, amazing for beginners and easy how-tos for low cost permaculture gardening

Also sweet to see him growing up through the series
 
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I wanna mention Edible Acres again. Inspirational. Also a permaculture nursery. The waterways series and chicken composting series are awesome/

So some of these may not mention permaculture in their videos but I think the videos demonstrate useful skills.

Mr Chickadee ; woodwright
House Improvement ; for those of you like me who are giving your future self the now-gift of old home stewardship.
Chris Trump ; easy to follow KNF instructions
Twisted Tree Farm ; a NY based nurseryman with quick instructional videos on tree/shrub propagation among other things.
Stephen Hayes ; one of my go-tos for apple growing instructions on all kinds of varieties. Also has a fun to read appling-journal.
Onsek ; axewright
Kris Harbour ; I tuned in for his "whittlers wood roundhouse" series
RowanTaylor ; blacksmith whose page has been quiet for a bit, but is absolutely fun to watch.
Paul Sellers ; the inimitable carpenter Paul Sellers, who also has a pay to subscribe website. (Useful if like me you're looking for carpentry projects to practice your skills. I think there's a first time subscriber deal for the first year too.)
Richard Perkins ; permaculture farming efficiently monetized
Bealtaine Cottage ; sights and sounds from a permaculture homestead, a beautiful and inspirational property.

and this is just for fun, Lupe Fiasco
 
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Wow, there are a lot of channels on here that I have not yet seen. Lots to explore!

Our favorites are Art and Bri and Weed 'em and Reap.

My family just started a channel too. Better with Thyme We had a small permaculture garden in the NYC area and bought 8 acres in WV. We have been raising chickens and ducks on the land and have 2 LGD puppies. We finally got a building permit about a week ago and so we're starting to get more things going. We're really looking forward to capturing how we implement our permaculture ideas on our land.
 
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