Living Permaculture

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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.

This month's episode of Living Permaculture features Rhonda Sherman, founder and director of the Composting Learning Lab and author of the book, The Worm Farmer’s Handbook: Mid- to Large-Scale Vermicomposting for Farms, Businesses, Municipalities, Schools, and Institutions. Living Permaculture is heard on the fourth Wednesday of each month on KDNK. Hosts Jerome Osentowski and Stephanie Syson run the Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute a non-profit in Basalt, Colorado. Listen to archived episodes here.

Chelsea Green

Stephanie and Jerome talk to Jeff Piper of the CSU Extension Service.

Arborist Vanessa Harmony joins Jerome and Stephanie this month.

Haley Thompson, Tomas Zuccareno

Stephanie's guests are filmmakers Haley Thompson and Tomas Zuccareno and their new film How We Grow, which was a part of this year's 5 Point Film Fest.

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Jerome talks to Patrick Hunter and Michael Thompson about the perennial economy and alternative capitalism. 

Sustainable Settings

Biodynamic farming and the relationship with the land is today's topic. Great show!

Jerome talks goat farming in the tidewater country of Virginia with Cole Sullivan and Shanna Bupp.

Casey Piscura of Wild Mountain Seeds in Carbondale is today's guest.

This month's show, with host Stephanie Syson, is all about autumn - it's effects on gardens and human health.

Chelsea Green

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