May 14, 2017
Author of The Wondrous World of Weeds, Pat Collins, drops us a line to talk all things edible, medicinal and growing for free. And Bushy's offspring, the bird enthusiast Shrubby -- pictured getting instruction in flipping the bird -- gives listeners advice on getting started with chickens.
May 9, 2017
We speak with Chido Govera, a 31 year old Zimbabwean farmer, activist, educator and founder of The Future of Hope Foundation, a group that is committed to ending poverty, abuse and victimhood at grassroots level in Africa through food security.
Chido’s background is one of the toughest childhoods imaginable, one that...
May 4, 2017
Our friends, be warned, this is a something of a dark episode. We share (over-share?) about our deepest darkest fears for the future, and ponder the value of fear and anxiety as motivators for change.
May 1, 2017
Claire Dunn is a former environmental campaigner who had a transformative year living in the bush without technology, or even matches, practicing nature awareness and rewilding skills. She wrote about her experiences in My Year Without Matches.
She now facilitates nature based reconnection retreats and wilderness rites...
May 1, 2017
Return guest Simplicity Institute founder Dr Samuel Alexander ponders whether the environment can survive the human brain’s emotional biases, and what can the environmental movement can do to get a message out in a 'post-truth' era?
And we talk lessons from the dirty ol' bastard of ancient greek philosophers:...