The Pip Permaculture Podcast goes in depth into some of the articles in each issue.
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Episode 12: Natural Burials
In this episode Robyn speaks to holistic funeral director Libby Malone from Natural Grace about her mission to create environmentally conscious & caring rituals for families dealing with the death of a loved one. You can read more about natural burials in Pip Issue 11, out now.
Episode 11: Jodie Vennitti
Learn how a single mum grew all her own fruit and vegies from her backyard! Hear WA permie Jodie Vennitti discuss her journey to homestead self sufficiency in this inspiring podcast.
Episode 10: Mariam issa
In this episode Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt is joined in conversation with gardener, refugee advocate and general inspiring woman Mariam Issa of Melbourne. Mariam shares her journey to resilience, fleeing war in Somalia and healing herself and her community through stories, gardening and women coming together.
Episode 9: David Holmgren on Retrosuburbia
An explosive and expansive conversation with permaculture co-originator David Holmgren on the topic of his new magnum opus “Retrosuburbia: a downshifter’s guide to a resilient future”.
Episode 8: Women as change makers with Su Dennett, Kirsten Bradley and Meg Ulman
Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt chats about women as agents of change in the lead up to her talk at the International Permaculture Convergence on this topic. She’s joined by permie advocates and colleagues Su Dennett (Melliodora), Kirsten Bradley (Milkwood) and Meg Ulman (Artist as Family).
Episode 7: Edible Seaweeds with Dr Alecia Bellgrove
To celebrate issue 9 with it’s seaweed-y cover Robyn speaks with seaweed expert and advocate Dr Alecia Bellgrove on the benefits of eating seaweed.
Episode 6: Bush Foods with Robyn Francis
Pip Editor Robyn Rosenfeldt chats with permaculture elder and bush foods cook Robyn Francis about her relationship with Australian Native foods, featured in Issue 8 of the magazine.
Episode 5: Bush Schools with Niki Buchan
Pip Editor Robyn Rosenfeldt chats with educator and natural play advocate Niki Buchan in further depth about her article on Bush Schools in the latest issue of Pip.
Episode 4: Backyard Goats with Maria Cameron
To celebrate the release of Pip Issue 8, with our feature on backyard goats, Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt chatted to Maria Cameron of Hibi Farm in Melbourne’s suburbs about their urban goat co-operative. The co-operative is featured in the latest issue, and in this podcast Maria goes in depth about the in’s and out’s, how’s and why’s of keeping goats in your backyard.
Episode 3: What is Permaculture? with Hannah Moloney
To celebrate International Permaculture Day on May 7, Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt goes back to basics to discuss the question “what is permaculture?” is with teacher, designer and all round permaculture super star Hannah Moloney, of Good Life Permaculture.
Episode 2: Keeping Quails with Kat Lavers
Editor Robyn Rosenfeldt chats with quail enthusiast and backyard farmer Kat Lavers, going in depth into her article in Pip Issue 7 on the topic of Coturnix Japonica. Learn about Kat’s love for these little creatures and how they measure up against the common backyard chook.
Episode 1: Tiny Houses with Adam Hickman
Editor Robyn Rosenfeldt chats with natural building expert Adam Hickman about his tiny house project in this, our inaugural Pip Permaculture Podcast! Adam talks design, learnings and techniques from his experience in building tiny homes for others and, more recently, himself, as featured in Pip Mag issue 6.