Pip Permaculture Podcast

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We're Australia's permaculture magazine!

Episodios

  • Pip Podcast Ep#34 Tim Flannery

    Pip Podcast Ep#34 Tim Flannery

    16/12/2020 Duración: 25min

    It’s Pip Podcast time and this week we speak with Climate Council chief, scientist, conservationist, Australian of the Year and one of the country’s leading writers on climate change, Tim Flannery. In this podcast, Tim discusses where we stand in the fight against climate change and where the future is really heading based on current actions, attitudes and trends. Tim believes that it’s important to keep doing what we’re doing in our personal lives when it comes to living more sustainably, but that the most important thing that needs addressing is political change. Tim shares his ideas around what we can do to help create the momentum around changing the current political policies. Since we recorded this podcast, the NSW government has committed to a 20-year electricity infrastructure roadmap, which will see the government award long-term contracts for three different types of technology – wind and solar farms to be built in three regional renewable energy zones, pumped hydro and battery long-duration sto

  • Pip Podcast #33: Wild Harvest with Diego Bonetto

    Pip Podcast #33: Wild Harvest with Diego Bonetto

    20/10/2020 Duración: 44min

    In this podcast Diego shares his passion for the ancient art of foraging. He shares some of his favourite cooking tips and theories on the reasons why many of us are rediscovering the lost art of foraging for wild food. We hope you enjoy.

  • Pip Podcast #31: Food Connect - Emma-Kate Rose and Robert Pekin

    Pip Podcast #31: Food Connect - Emma-Kate Rose and Robert Pekin

    26/08/2020 Duración: 59min

    In this episode Pip editor, Robyn Rosenfeldt speaks with local food pioneers Emma-Kate Rose and Robert Pekin from Food Connect in Brisbane. Food Connect is a local food CSA, supporting local farmers and providing customers with access to good quality, organic local food at a fair price to farmers and to customers. They are revolutionising our food systems.

  • Pip Podcast #31: Mara Ripani – permaculture the Italian way

    Pip Podcast #31: Mara Ripani – permaculture the Italian way

    02/07/2020 Duración: 55min

    Welcome to Pip podcast number 31. Today we journey to the central Victorian countryside to visit Mara Ripani. Mara Ripani is a photographer, cook, grower and Pip writer who is living the homesteader dream. In this podcast she chats to Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt about the simple rituals of her daily life. She also shares her journey to the country. The perfect listen for those of us who dream of a home on the range!

  • Pip Podcast #30: Aboriginal Fire Management with Victor Steffensen

    Pip Podcast #30: Aboriginal Fire Management with Victor Steffensen

    21/05/2020 Duración: 01h29s

    Pip Podcast #30: Aboriginal Fire Management with Victor Steffensen by Pip Permaculture Magazine

  • Pip Podcast #29: Getting Started Gardening with The Hungry Gardener

    Pip Podcast #29: Getting Started Gardening with The Hungry Gardener

    09/04/2020 Duración: 40min

    Welcome to the Pip Podcast number 29, and our first episode for 2020. In this episode Robyn talks about getting started gardening with Fabian Capomolla, aka the Hungry Gardener. Fabian has made a career out of getting people gardening at home. In 2009 he co-founded the Little Vegie Patch Co. More recently he has created the Hungry Gardener Podcast and written a book Growing Food the Italian Way.

  • Pip Podcast #28: Damon Gameau

    Pip Podcast #28: Damon Gameau

    23/12/2019 Duración: 40min

    It's Pip podcast time! Today Robyn is in conversation with Damon Gameau, actor, filmmaker and director of the new film 2040. The film is a hopeful vision for the future. A future in which humanity comes together to solve the crisis of climate change.

  • Pip Podcast #27: Natalie Isaacs

    Pip Podcast #27: Natalie Isaacs

    29/11/2019 Duración: 46min

    Welcome to our latest Pip Podcast! We're up to our 27th podcast, and in this episode Robyn chats with Natalie Isaacs – inspirational woman and founder of One Million Women.

  • Pip Podcast #26: Paul West

    Pip Podcast #26: Paul West

    03/11/2019 Duración: 01h06min

    Welcome to Pip Podcast number 26. In this podcast Robyn has a kitchen table conversation with chef, TV presenter, writer and grower Paul West of River Cottage Australia. Pull up a chair and enjoy as they talk all things food, family, culture andcommunity. In the podcast Paul shares his journey from dish-washer to TV chef to his most recent work writing about urban growing in his new book the Edible Garden Cookbook & Growing guide. Fill your cup and get inspired with Paul's contagious enthusiasm for food and community.

  • Pip Podcast #25: Slow Flowers with Tara Luca

    Pip Podcast #25: Slow Flowers with Tara Luca

    27/09/2019 Duración: 38min

    Welcome to Pip Podcast number 25. In this edition Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt learns about the slow flower movement chatting with Tara Luca from Olive Gap Organic Farm. Tara is sustainable flower grower and advocate from the Northern Rivers of NSW. In this podcast Tara explains the environmental issues in the conventional flower growing industry and shares how we can all make better bloom choices, without forgoing the beauty of flowers.

  • Pip Podcast #24 with Morag Gamble: Our Permaculture Life.

    Pip Podcast #24 with Morag Gamble: Our Permaculture Life.

    29/08/2019 Duración: 58min

    In this podcast we chat with Morag Gamble about what is a permaculture life. Morag has been involved in permaculture her whole life and lives the permaculture ethics in all aspects of her being. Morag shares her unique insights about what permaculture has to offer in the face of climate change.

  • Pip Podcast #23 Rosemary Morrow: Permaculture  Refugees

    Pip Podcast #23 Rosemary Morrow: Permaculture & Refugees

    08/08/2019 Duración: 41min

    In Pip podcast #23, Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt chats with permaculture pioneer Rosemary Morrow about her latest work teaching permaculture to refugees. Along with a dedicated team of permaculture teachers from around the world, Rosemary is teaching permaculture to people in some of the harshest living conditions on earth, in Kabul, Kurdistan, Malaysia and Bangladesh, to name a few. These refugees are often in camps for ten to twelve years with no purpose and nothing to do. By teaching them permaculture she is giving them hope, knowledge, purpose, pride and the ability to grow food and not be totally reliant on rations.

  • Erin Rhoads Pip Podcast #22

    Erin Rhoads Pip Podcast #22

    04/07/2019 Duración: 45min

    In this episode we talk to zero waste advocate and author Erin Rhoads, aka The Rogue Ginger. We look at how she came to waste free living and we discuss how to make it work in everyday life.

  • Lauren And Oberon Carter Podcast

    Lauren And Oberon Carter Podcast

    04/06/2019 Duración: 56min

    In this podcast we speak with Lauren and Oberon Carter, authors of the fabulous book, A Family Guide to Waste-Free Living. They share their story about how they came to living a waste-free life and we discuss the potential hurdles and obstacles many of us face when trying to live waste-free. Lauren and Oberon live with their three daughters in Hobart on an average suburban block and live a waste-free life.

  • #20 Jane Milburn Ethical Clothing Podcast

    #20 Jane Milburn Ethical Clothing Podcast

    06/05/2019 Duración: 39min

    In this podcast we talk with Jane Milburn about slow clothing and ethical fashion and why we need to think more about the clothes we choose and the way we dress.

  • Pip Permaculture Podcast #19 Native Bees with Megan Halcroft

    Pip Permaculture Podcast #19 Native Bees with Megan Halcroft

    03/04/2019 Duración: 33min

    In this podcast we talk with Dr Megan Halcroft about native bees and why they are so important to have in our garden. She also shares her tips for attracting native bees to your garden and how to make sure you have food and shelter for them.

  • Pip Permaculture Podcast #18 Natural beekeeping with Adrian Iodice

    Pip Permaculture Podcast #18 Natural beekeeping with Adrian Iodice

    05/03/2019 Duración: 54min

    In this podcast we talk with Adrian Iodice from Beekeeping Naturally and we go inside the bee hive to learn about how we can best care for our bees and choose honey that supports the health of the bees.

  • Pip Permaculture Podcast #17: Eating Insects with Che Hall

    Pip Permaculture Podcast #17: Eating Insects with Che Hall

    08/01/2019 Duración: 44min

    In this podcast Robyn Rosenfeldt chats with Che Hall about eating insects and how to incorporate insects into your diet. Che explains what inspired her to eat insects and how to grow your own and do the same.

  • Pip Permaculture Podcast #16: The Microbiome with Nikki Wagner

    Pip Permaculture Podcast #16: The Microbiome with Nikki Wagner

    03/12/2018 Duración: 26min

    In this podcast Robyn Rosenfeldt chats with Nikki Wagner about our fascinating emerging understanding of the human microbiome. Nikki explains what the microbiome is and shares some easy ways to nurture your own.

  • Pip Permaculture Podcast #15: Milkwood with Kirsten Bradley

    Pip Permaculture Podcast #15: Milkwood with Kirsten Bradley

    08/10/2018 Duración: 32min

    Welcome to the Pip Permaculture Podcast! We're up to our fifteenth podcast, and this episode features Pip Editor Robyn Rosenfeldt in conversation with Kirsten Bradley of Milkwood Permaculture. In the podcast Kirsten talks in depth about her new book “Milkwood: Real Skills For Down to Earth Living”, her passion for tomatoes, as well as her family's journey to David Holmgren's Melliodora property and their life their. We hope you enjoy! Kirsten and Nick's book “Milkwood: Real Skills For Down to Earth Living” is available from the Pip Shop: www. Pipmagazine.com.au. You can also find out here about the Magazine, subscribe to Pip, read our garden tips, catch up on other podcasts and much more.

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