Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute

What's Growing in Greg Peterson's Urban Garden?

Apr 28, 2021
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Phoenix-based permaculturalist Greg Peterson returns to Living Permaculture to get into the gnitty gritty of what grows in his garden, when, and for how long. Plus, Greg and Jerome get philosophical.

Greg Peterson Shares His Permaculture Journey

Mar 24, 2021
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Phoenix-based permaculturalist Greg Peterson compares notes from his urban one-third acre with host Jerome Osentowski at the Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute. Greg also hosts a podcast.

Biodiversity Heritage Library

Michael Dolan of Burnt Ridge Nursery in Onalaska, Washington again joins local orchardists Jerome Ostentowski and Vanessa Harmony on the air. This time, they talk about heritage apple cultivars, propagation tactics, irrigation and a very special special pumpkin.

Burnt Ridge Nursery

Living Permaculture digs into the new year with Michael Dolan, co-owner of Burnt Ridge Nursery and Orchards in Onalaska, Washington. Co-hosts Jerome Ostentowski and Vanessa Harmony of Colorado Edible Forest compare orchard notes with Dolan: 1000 miles apart!

Chris Cohen Photography

Local farmers have needed to adapt to a strange business year this growing season. This month on Living Permaculture, Harper Kaufman talks about her business Two Roots Farm in Basalt.

Rob Hopkins

Author Rob Hopkins is co-founder of the international Transition Towns movement. This is part 2 of his discussion with Steph Syson and Jrome Osentowski to share the ideas behind his latest book From What Is to What If: Unleashing the Power of Imagination to Create the Future We Want.

Rob Hopkins

Author Rob Hopkins is co-founder of the international Transition Towns movement. He joins Steph Syson and Jrome Osentowski to share the ideas behind his latest book From What Is to What If: Unleashing the Power of Imagination to Create the Future We Want.

Jerome Osentowski and Taylor Algers call-in from the Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute to provide an update as to their operations during this time of pandemic. Their conversation focuses on strengthening the immune system and incorporating permaculture practices for community resiliency.

Adam Brock

Living Permaculture welcomes Adam Brock back to the show to discuss and celebrate his new position as Western Program Director for the National Young Farmers Coalition. Adam will also lead a 72-hour permaculture design intensive, the internationally-accredited syllabus and certificate, at the Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute on July 15 to 27.

Michael Thompson

Michael Thompson, local architect and president of Fat City Farmers, returns to discuss tools for extending the growing season with hosts Stephanie Syson and Jerome Osentowski.

The February edition of Living Permaculture features Paonia resident Nick Hansen. He's using permaculture to improve Agape Farm & Retreat, his farm and bed & breakfast in the North Fork Valley.

Mana Foods

Local farmers recently gathered at Mana Foods, Carbondale’s new health food store and, in many ways, the latest iteration of the Carbondale Food Co-Op, most recently called the Dandelion Market. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh has more…

Gavin Dahl

KDNK recorded the Aspen Business Connect event at Aspen Kitchen on Thursday April 19th, hosted by Jillian Livingston. The moderator was Stephanie Syson, co-founder of Dynamic Roots and Biodynamic Botanicals, and host of Living Permaculture on KDNK. Panelists were Brook Levan, co-founder and executive director of Sustainable Settings, Eden Vardy, co-founder of Aspen Tree, which is about to relaunch as Farmer Collaborative, and Jerome Osentowski, founder of CRMPI, the Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute. Click here for part 2.

Chelsea Green

Living Permaculture celebrates two anniversaries this month -  Jerome Osentowski's 75th birthday and Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute turns 30.