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#118 - November/Winter 2020: Wild Yields

#118 - November/Winter 2020: Wild Yields

#118 Wild Yields

Nov/Winter 2020

  • Considering the Wild by Milton Dixon
  • Succession Through the Forest: Wildcrafting & Mentorship by Michael Pilarski
  • The Journey to Find Home: An Apprentice's Journey  by Anna Pallotta
  • A Persistent Staple: Black Walnut by Mary Vance
  • The Art of the Harvest: Paw-paw Handling & Processing by Michael Judd
  • The Sapience Curriculum: Freeing Our Selves by Frank Forencich
  • Milkweed as a Vegetable by Sam Thayer
  • Organic Gardens Cooperative by Matt Noyes
  • Tree Vaccination with Pure Mulch by Alicja Szubert
  • Permaculture & Wild Yields by Rhonda Baird
  • NATIFS - Rhonda Baird & the NATIFS staff
  • Nested Permaculture Communities by Dan Palmer
  • Atmospheric Collision Courses by Albert Bates
  • Mastering the Growing Edge by Luke A.M. Simon
  • Grow Engagements with Systems Design - Sociocracy for All Permaculture Circle

#117 - August/Fall 2020: Permaculture and Biodiversity

#117 - August/Fall 2020: Permaculture and Biodiversity

#117 Permaculture and Biodiversity

Aug/Fall 2020

  • Conserving Biodiversity as my Guiding Principle  by S. Nicki Youngsma
  • Locavores Rejoice! by Adam Turtle, FLS & Susanne Turtle
  • Silent Night by John Wages
  • Paradise Gardening by Joe Hollis
  • Turning Lawns into Meadows by Owen Wormser
  • Cemeteries as Refugia by Greg Gerritt
  • Herbal immune tonics from your own backyard by Gloria Flora
  • Nothingness, Cumquats, and Walter Scott by Patrick Noble
  • A Multi-use Constructed Wetland by Brook Le Van & Rose L. Le Van
  • The Lost Forest Gardens of Europe  by Max Paschall
  • Holism & Reductionism—Musings on Barberry & Descartes by Richard Mandelbaum
  • Black Commons, Community Land Trusts, & Reparations by David Bollier
#116 - May/Summer 2020: Permaculture Works

#116 - May/Summer 2020: Permaculture Works

#116 Permaculture Works

May/Summer 2020

  • Accelerating Succession by Jillian Hovey
  • Does Permaculture Work? by Milton Dixon
  • Who is your permaculture for? by Karryn Olson
  • Learning by Doing: Permaculture for Youth by Penny Krebiehl
  • Putting First Things First in Our Work by Rhonda Baird
  • Corona Virus and Our Immune Systems by Marco Chung-Shu Lam
  • Building Skills for the Future: Staying Grounded by Debbie Tremel
  • Loss of Reverence: A Native-Born Outsider’s Insights by Adam Turtle, FLS
  • IPC-14: The Long Road There by Catherine Dolleris
  • Hopewell: Permaculture-based Community Empowerment by Rhonda Baird
  • Developing the Permaculture Workforce by Erik Ohlsen
  • Exploring a Sense of Surplus by Toby Hemenway


#115 - February/Spring 2020: Emergent Design

#115 - February/Spring 2020: Emergent Design

#115 Emergent Design

Feb/Spring 2020

  • Using the Design Web by Looby Macnamara
  • Imagine a New Way by Rob Hopkins
  • Generative Transformation by Dan Palmer
  • Regenerative Futures: Emergent Design in Permaculture Education by Jillian Hovey
  • Invitation to the Unknown: Gaia U Approaches to Education by Silvina Miguel
  • Landscape Design: Following the Primrose Path Wormhole by Gloria Flora
  • Importance of Imagination: An Interview with Rob Hopkins by Jill Kiedaisch, Chelsea Green Publishing
  • Permaculture in Puerto Rico: Year Three in Cooperative Development by April Lea, John Lago Gonzalez
  • A Choice: Forests or Deserts—Lessons from the Amazon by Loxley Clovis
  • A Grafted Union: Working with Tree Shaping by Dawn Shiner
  • Announcement: North American Leadership Summit by Peter Bane, Sandy Cruz
  • Interview: Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute Transitions - PDM Staff; CRMPI Staff


#114 - November/Winter 2019: Retrofit

#114 - November/Winter 2019: Retrofit

#114 Retrofit

Nov/Winter 2019

  • The Story of Abdallah House by Richard Telford
  • Passivhaus Wall Techniques by Baxt Ingui Architects and John Mitchell
  • A Checklist of Ideas for Retrofit Design by Stuart Muir Wilson
  • Wood Storage Design by Rick Valley
  • Cool Runnings: A Greenhouse Journey by Jeff Caldwell
  • Observations for a Solar Energy Re-Design by James R. Campbell
  • The Pacific Northwest Permaculture Convergence - Collectively written by members of the Northwest Permaculture Community and allies: Shaelee Evans, Ryan Flesch, Setesh Freeman, Jillian Hovey, Paul McDermott,
    Michael “Skeeter” Pilarski, Jessi Pongratz, Cody Wicks, Julie Wolf and Tiffany
    Y’vonne; Edited by Shaelee Evans and Jillian Hovey
  • A Walk in the Woods by John Wages
  • Food Forests for the Future by Marisha Auerbach
  • Embers of Hope: Embracing Life in an Age of Ecological Chaos by Bonita Ford
  • Climate Chaos and Project Drawdown by Gloria Flora
  • Permaculture and Food Security by Rosemary Morrow


#113 - August/Fall 2019: Stocking Up

#113 - August/Fall 2019: Stocking Up

#113 Stocking Up

Aug/Fall 2019

  • Food Preservation: A Daily Practice by Rhonda Baird
  • Vegetable Fermentation: An Alchemy of Place by Laura Killingbeck
  • Appalachian Institute for Mountain Studies: Climate Resilience by Jim Veteto, PhD
  • The Right Tool at Hand by Gloria Flora
  • Dried Okra: A Seed to Stem Celebration by Chris Smith
  • Stocking the Apothecary by Greg Monzel
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine, Honey, and Kung Fu by David Santander
  • The Deep Adaptation Agenda, Part Two by Jem Bendell, BA (Hon.),PhD
  • Global Earth Repair Conference 2019 and Beyond by Rhonda Baird
  • Earth Restoration Camps: Insights and Lessons by Robin Woolner
  • Sociocracy & Permaculture by Diana Leafe Christian
  • Reclaiming our Community Life by Alline Anderson
#112 - May/Summer 2019: Learning from Our Mistakes

#112 - May/Summer 2019: Learning from Our Mistakes

#112 Learning From Our Mistakes

May/Summer 2019

  • Watching the Flow of the H2O by Gloria Flora
  • Oh, the Stories We Could Tell… by Rhonda Baird
  • Growth is a Type-1 Error by Peter Bane
  • Ten Misconceptions about Permaculture by Bart Anderson
  • Food, Food Security, and the Environment-North Korea by Rowe Morrow
  • Un/Learning Models for Our Epistemic Community by Andrew Langford
  • Pockets of Happiness: A Conversation with Toby Hemenway by Bellamy Fitzpatrick
  • What They Got Right: Helen and Scott Nearing by Michael Welber
  • A Map for Navigating Climate Change Tragedy: Deep Adaptation by Jem Bendell, BA (Hon.), PhD
  • Vasko, the Digital Goatherd by De Chantal Hillis
  • On the Yellow Brick Road by Rhonda Baird
  • The Whole Animal by Laura Killingbeck
  • Life in Design with Max Lindegger by Annaliese Hordern & Delvin Solkinson


#111 - February/Spring 2019: Creating Community

#111 - February/Spring 2019: Creating Community

#111 Creating Comunity

Feb/Spring 2019

  • 19 Steps to Community by Diana Leafe Christian
  • Community in the Hardest Place I Know by Jason Gerhard
  • Culture Change: The Nature of Community by Brian Knittel
  • Environmental Networks: Community and Collaboration by Gloria Flora
  • Ten Stories of Transition by Steve McAllister
  • An Apple a Day—Ask the Doctor to Stay by Rose Sulentic, Afshan Omar, & Nicholas Twyman
  • Permaculture & Sociocracy by Henny Frietas
  • Seizing the Moment by Christopher Nesbitt
  • Rebuilding Puerto Rico—Year Two by April Lea, Era Boyd, Mara Nieves
  • Mutual Aid Networks Launch by Zev Friedman
  • Retrofitting the Here and Now: An Interview with David Holmgren by Derrick Jensen
  • Salad Greens in Every Home by Chris Smith



#110 - November/Winter 2018: Permaculture Ethics

#110 - November/Winter 2018: Permaculture Ethics

#110 Permaculture Ethics

Nov/Winter 2018

  • Portland, Oregon: Embodying Permaculture Ethics - Marisha Auerbach
  • Brooklyn: The Old Stone House - Claudia Joseph
  • The Story of LIFE in Miami - Mario Yanez
  • Ryerson Urban Farm in Toronto - Ciera Young
  • Homesteading in Urban Environments -Rachel Kaplan
  • Chicago: Permaculture Emerges - Alejandra Diaz and David Staudacher
  • Working for a Better Life Together: Shareable Cities - Neal Gorenflo
  • Permaculture Guilds: A Model for Mutual Support - Chad Hellwinckel and Rhonda Baird
  • Creating Community Together - Leni Koen
  • Small and Slow Solutions - Chris Smith
  • Campti, Field of Dreams -Donna Isaacs
  • Maya Mountain Research Farm: View from a PDC - Rhonda Baird
  • The Great American Stand: US Forests and Climate Change - Bill Moomaw, PhD and Danna Smith, JD
#109 - August/Fall 2018: Building Living Soil