kbavier / Ken Bavier

There are twelve people in kbavier’s collective.

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  1. What Permaculture Isn’t, And Is – A Deeper Look Into Permaculture – Part 1 (PVP101) | Permaculture Voices.

    No time at the moment to respond in depth to your comments and ideas at the moment. We do greatly appreciate your works and your intentions. A few quick thoughts: – Permaculture, in any permutation, has not become mainstream, or anything close enough to it to give Mark Twain pause. – Permanant agriculture. Why was the meaning of the name changed? Agriculture being not ‘factory farming’, but the production of food and fiber for human use. Without it, humans could (and did) thrive in a non-degraded environment, but as Allan Savory points out, ‘Without agriculture we can have nothing else – no universities, no museums…’ Just to pick out a couple positive aspects of ‘civilization’. – Whatever name one gives to something, others will come along and change the name and/or the meaning of that name. Only the esoteric retains clear definitions. Nor can one control what groups embrace something. Some have said they don’t care for the ‘hippy’ verison or approach to permaculture. But, hey, even what constitutes a ‘hippy’ is largely in the eye of the beholder, except perhaps for extremes. Paul Wheaton was startled to hear he was labeled as a hippy by many: long hair, non-conventional thinking, and speach, and attire, wanting to start a new-fangled version of a ‘commune’ in some remote location that grows a lot of their own food (currently in progress)… yup, that ticks most or all the boxes for many. And he thinks of himself as anything but, more a geek as a software designer, than a hippy. -Growing up in a family of engineers, with engineer friends, in a college town where the engineering school was the main thing going… ‘systems’ thinking was not ever on their radar. Not even for the electrical engineers. – Only in the last blink of an eye has engineering begun to ‘think outside the box’. ‘Systems thinking’ still does NOT consider the full context nor the full range of effects that could/will be caused by any particular action. – Holistic Management does. But the single most valuable aspect of HM planning is this rule: ALWAYS assume you are wrong. With highest regards- RLM

    http://www.permaculturevoices.com/what-permculture-isnt-and-is-a-deeper-look-into-permaculture-part-1-pvp101/

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  2. 2017 Home Grown Food Summit - Geoff Lawton - Easy Permaculture Soils

    2017 Home Grown Food Summit video from thegrownetwork

    Great Big Ideas & Takeaways: How chemical fertilizers destroy soil Step-by-step directions for super-fast 18-day compost! Everything you need to know about N-P-K What are the 3 biggest elements in soil fertility? The real lowdown on “greens and browns” in compost piles

    About The Speaker: Geoff Lawton is a world-renowned Permaculture consultant, designer, and teacher. Geoff has done thousands of permaculture designs on six continents and close to 50 countries around the world. His clients have included private individuals, groups, communities, governments, aid organizations, non-government organizations, and multinational companies.

    In 1983, Geoff learned permaculture directly from its founder, the legendary Bill Mollison. When Bill Mollison retired, he chose Geoff to establish and direct a new Permaculture Research Institute in Australia. Geoff is still the Managing Director of the non-profit, which is expanding into the U.S., Jordan, Canada, Chile, Turkey, Greece, and Afghanistan.

    Geoff has won numerous awards. In 1996, Geoff was accredited with the Permaculture Community Services Award by the Permaculture movement. PRI Australia won the Humanitarian Water & Food Award in 2010 for their initiative “Greening the Desert.” Geoff is a renowned teacher and has educated more than 15,000 students in Permaculture worldwide.

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    Original video: http://homegrownfoodsummit.com/geoff-lawton-understanding-soil-building/
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Sun, 18 Jun 2017 06:22:03 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  3. Podcast 244 – Mark Vander Meer on soil restoration

    This is a presentation given by Mark Vander Meer at the 2012 Inland Northwest Permaculture convergence. He talks about soil restoration and watershed health

    http://www.richsoil.com/permaculture/3088-soil-restoration/

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  4. 182 Lawn Care - Homesteading and Permaculture by Paul Wheaton

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    Paul Wheaton talks about lawn care with Susanne Schneider. She shares about her hugelkultur beds. Susanne has a lot of hawkweed in her yard, which is allelopathic and prefers acidic, compacted soil. Paul would professionally test the soil pH. They talk about earthworms, using lime, and setting your mowers high. Paul talks about his earthworm habitat idea to deepen the soil. Paul sees permaculture purpose in having some lawn. He talks about planting things like crocuses, Roman chamomile, and yarrow for a mowable meadow. Paul talks about mowing and watering.Discussing the podcast.

    http://www.richsoil.com/permaculture/1856-182-lawn-care/

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  5. TSP Bonus: My Interview on Lew Rockwell’™s Podcast

    Today’s show is an introduction to permaculture principles and explain the 7 layer system of food forest management.

    http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/permaculture-intoduction-to-layers-and-zones

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  6. TSP 196: Permaculture Intoduction to Layers and Zones

    Today’s show is an introduction to permaculture principles and explain the 7 layer system of food forest management.

    http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/permaculture-intoduction-to-layers-and-zones

    —Huffduffed by kbavier

  7. Pip Permaculture Podcast #9: Retrosuburbia with David Holmgren

    Welcome to Pip Permaculture Podcast #9, a cracker which features Pip Editor Robyn Rosenfeldt in conversation with permaculture Co-originator David Holmgren. In the podcast, David discusses his forthcoming book “Retrosuburbia” which features in the next issue of Pip, and will be launched at the Sustainable Living Festival and Urban Agriculture Forum later this month.

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/user-396017023/pip-permaculture-podcast-9-retrosuburbia-with-david-holmgren
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    Tagged with permaculture

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  8. What is permaculture? What is a permaculture design course?

    This podcast covers the basics of permaculture as well as the permaculture design course.

    http://www.richsoil.com/permaculture/13-what-is-permaculture-what-is-a-permaculture-design-course-podcast/

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  9. The Free-Range Archivist: Jason Scott

    Today, The Keepers continues with the launch of "Keeper of the Day," our new daily, year-long social media series featuring keepers from around the world. {Kind of like baseball cards}. Keeper of the Day will arrive in an array of modes—radio, podcasts, photographs, graphics, videos, quotes…. 

    Along with more stories of activist archivists, rogue librarians, curators, collectors and historians, we’ll be featuring keepers of all kinds—river keepers, seed keepers, climate keepers, peacekeepers—stewards of culture, civil liberties, the land, the free flow of information and ideas—people who take it upon themselves to preserve and protect.

    Keeper of the Day (#keeperoftheday) will appear on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, kitchensisters.org, emails, and beyond. We’ll be telling in a medley of mediums. Daily for a year. A keeper a day.

    We begin this wing of the series at the Internet Archive in San Francisco. Twas there we met him. 

    Keeper #1: The Free-Range Archivist: Jason Scott, the public facing mouth of the Internet Archive. Listen and you’ll see why. This story was produced by one of our mighty interns, Juliet Gelfman-Randazzo, in collaboration with The Kitchen Sisters. This is Juliet’s first story. She took the reins and we were knocked out by what she did. Jim …

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/kitchensisters/the-free-range-archivist-jason-scott
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Tue, 16 Oct 2018 22:20:20 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  10. Tsar Bomba (Entry 1345.MI0104)

    In which the Soviet Union detonates the biggest bomb in human history, and Ken imagines Nikita Khrushchev as a pro wrestler and a Bond villain.

    https://www.omnibusproject.com/podcasts/tsar-bomba-entry-1345mi0401.htm

    —Huffduffed by kbavier

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