After announcing the new direction of the podcast, I have been quiet online. This is partly because I did some amazing work on my PhD dissertation (I wrote the full … Continue reading Permaculture for the People update
“Don’t show your cleavage.” I have heard this advice from: A professor leading a required grad course on professionalism in academia (she also told the women when the appropriate time … Continue reading Don’t show your cleavage: A rant
Check out my recent article in The Conversation Urban bee keepers can help save wild bees. If you find it interesting please share! When will the podcast be back? Mid-May. I … Continue reading Urban bee keepers can help save wild bees
The Permaculture for the People podcast is on a very short hiatus as I write an article, revise an academic paper, and present at two international conferences. The next episodes … Continue reading Podcast update!
If you enjoy the podcast and blog that is Permaculture for the People, I encourage you to consider supporting me on Patreon, if you have a bit of cash to … Continue reading Permaculture for the People Patreon!
In this episode I give some background about the global refugee crisis and provide the framework with which I believe permaculture people should view this crisis. I then interview the … Continue reading Episode 4: Permaculture and the Refugee Crisis with Rosemary Morrow
I am so honoured to be a repeat guest on the fantastic podcast Vegan Vanguard. You can listen to our interview about post-capitalist futures and permaculture here. I also did an interview … Continue reading Permaculture for Post-Capitalism with Becky Ellis
I am so proud of my interview with the Vegan Vanguard, an excellent vegan podcast. In this podcast, Mexie and I have a wide-ranging discussion about capitalist industrial agriculture, bee … Continue reading A vegan perspective on bees
Off to the Minding Animals conference in Mexico City! Plenary speakers will be live-streamed on their website. I will blog about my experiences when I return (and will post a … Continue reading Minding Animals, Mexico City