Howdy and welcome to the lucky thirteenth Pip Permaculture Podcast. This time around Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt chats with Stuart Muir Wilson, permaculturist, architect, activist and grandson of Permaculture co-originator Bill Mollison.
Stuart shares stories from his unique childhood working on his grandfather’s farm. He also discusses his latest projects building tiny-houses to stop homelessness, growing mushrooms with vulnerable youth and aid projects overseas. We hope you enjoy this expansive and interesting conversation with a unique new voice in permaculture.
Stuart Muir Wilson was also a finalist in our inaugural Pip Permie Awards. You can read more about his work with Seedwell in Issue 11 of the magazine, out now! Subscribe now and get this issue, jam packed with all the latest in Permaculture from Australia.
Stuart discusses life growing up on grandfather Bill Mollison’s farm and his career in architecture. He shares his unique brand of people-care focussed permaculture in this expansive conversation. Stuart’s work includes stints on aid projects overseas as well as a focus on vulnerable people in our local environment. He brings together a wealth of knowledge in architecture and permaculture to create ambitious projects to make a difference.
We hope you enjoy this latest podcast.