[permaculture] On Beyond Organic Radio: Permaculture 8-24-05 10am PST

Saor Stetler saor at ycbtal.net
Tue Aug 23 14:12:46 EDT 2005


On Beyond Organic Radio: Permaculture

August 23, 2005 -- By Icicle Networks


Permaculture, said Bill Mollison, the inventor of this 
food/farming/environmental concept, is being able to look out your 
backdoor and see your friends gathering food.

A permaculturist's skills may include straw bale house building or 
edible forest gardening. They may have set-up a rainwater collection 
system on their roof, or turned their livestock fences into a food 
source. All this is part of a design concept that takes its cues from 
the workings of a healthy eco-system.

The good news is you're probably already practicing some of 
permaculture's principles.

Join host Jerry Kay, publisher of the Environmental News Network 
<http://www.enn.com> as we talk to three prominent practitioners and 
learn to think like a permaculturist. 

The Beyond Organic one-hour radio show airs every Wednesday at 10 a.m. 
(PST), reaching thousands of listeners across North America via 
traditional radio stations, satellite radio, webcasting and podcasting. 
Shorter segments are rebroadcast on the CBS Radio Network and Armed 
Forces Radio. For information on this week's guests and to tune in, 
visit www.BeyondOrganic.com <http://www.BeyondOrganic.com>. You can also 
listen at www.iciclenetworks.com and www.wisdommedia.com.

The show was created by Straus Communications 
<http://www.strauscom.com/>, and is produced in association with Icicle 
Networks and the Environmental News Network.

Source: Icicle Networks



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