Join us every fourth Wednesday of the month for Living Permaculture, KDNK's source for information on how to live a more sustainable life. Permaculture is a design system for ecological and sustainable living, integrating plants, animals, buildings, people and communities. Each month we feature a special guest and topic that is pertinent to the self sufficiency of this valley and the world. Hosts Jerome Osentowski and Stephanie Syson run the Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute a non-profit in Basalt, Colorado.
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Living Permaculture January 27, 2016
Stephanie and Jerome talk to author and Chinese herb specialist Peg Schafer.
Living Permaculture December 23, 2015
This month's show features an interview with Andrew Moore author of Pawpaw: In Search of America's Forgotten Fruit.
Living Permaculture October 28, 2015
Jerome himself is this week's guest, talking about his recent European travels and his new book, The Forest Garden Greenhouse: How to Design and Manage an Indoor Permaculture Oasis. Find the book at http://www.amazon.com/The-Forest-Garden-Greenhouse-Permaculture/dp/1603584269
Living Permaculture September 23, 2015
Stephanie talks farmers, food, activism, and food policy with Gwen Garcelon and Meighen Lovelace.
Living Permaculture August 26, 2015
Stephanie and Jerome talk invasive species with Tao Orion, author of Beyond the War on Invasive Species.
Living Permaculture July 22, 2015
Stephanie and Jerome do this month's show on-location at CRMPI. Guests: Beth Quist, Natalie Rae and Avery Ellis.
Living Permaculture June 24, 2015
This month features teachers and students who are participating in a permaculture workshop.
Living Permaculture May 27, 2015
Katrina Blair, author of The Wild Wisdom of Weeds, is this month's guest.
Living Permaculture April 22, 2015
Stephanie Syson reports on-location from "Seed School" in Idaho with special guests.
Living Permaculture March 25, 2015
Join Stephanie and Jerome as they interview locals Michael Thompson and Jock Jacober to discuss the barter and gift economy that exists here in the Roaring Fork Valley.