7 Permaculture Podcasts You Should Check Out

When it comes to permaculture, there’s so much to learn. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and not know even where to start. That’s where podcasts come in. They’re a great way to learn a lot just by tuning into a show every week. If you want to learn more, here are the best permaculture podcasts that you should be listening to.


1. The Permaculture Podcast

This podcast is one of the most established ones out there right now. Host Scott Mann has put out over 1800 episodes on the subject, so there’s going to be something here for you, guaranteed. He puts out episodes offering advice on all kinds of topics, as well as interviewing important names in the field right now.

The latest episodes at time of writing include land based culture, land access, encouraging the proliferation of bugs, and more. You’ll want to have a look through the back catalogue to see what speaks to you.


2. Permaculture For The People!

This podcast, created and hosted by Becky Ellis, is designed to help anyone who wants to get started with permaculture. As the name implies, she wants to bring it to everyone and show them that there’s something there for them.

As well as running the podcast and associated blog, Ellis is a PhD candidate at Western University, and presents permaculture topics all around the world. As such, she knows a lot about the subject and can help you make your start.


3. Farm Small Farm Smart Daily

Every single day, you’ll be able to get an episode of this podcast, ready to listen to. It covers everything you need to know to start your very own farm, and get your start in permaculture.

Each episode covers one specific topic, such as growing microgreens, working with the space you have, and season specific set ups. The episodes are all under 10 minutes long too, so you won’t have to spend long listening to learn something new, every day.


4. Permaculture Voices

If you’re looking to make a real change, and get into farming as a career, then this is a podcast that you need to be listening to. Every episode, real farmers are interviewed about what they do and how they set up their own farms and careers.

You’ll get unique insights into what they do, and that will help you get what you need to start becoming a farmer in your own right.


5. Making Permaculture Stronger

This podcast, hosted by Dan Palmer, are all designed to help you get your start in permaculture, and get the best results possible. Every episode he interviews someone who’s a strong voice in permaculture, and aims to learn something new from them.

For example, he talks about the practicalities of starting your own farm, understanding issues such as climate, and more. You’ll learn a lot here, that will inform your own practices.


6. Sustainable World Radio

The world of permaculture is changing all the time, and you’ll want to stay on top of it so you know what’s happening. That’s where this podcast comes in. every episode, you’ll be delivered all the latest news on ecology, organic gardening, sustainability, and more.

It’s the best podcast to be subscribed to if you want to stay up to date on everything that’s happening in the world. With so much to listen to every episode, you’ll be fully informed when you subscribe.


7. A Regenerative Future With Matt Powers

Like many others, you’re looking for a way to give back to the planet, and undo the damage that’s been done to it. Host Matt Powers wants the same, and this podcast is his way of spreading the message to others. Here, you’ll hear lots of interviews with other like minded people, so you can hear about what they’re doing to promote the environment in their work.

There’s lots of episodes in the backlog, so you can go back now and listen to all the ideas that are already there, and learn from them.

These are just some of the best permaculture podcasts out there right now. Subscribe to them and you’ll always have new and interesting ideas to listen to.


Madeline Miller

Madeline Miller is a permie at Academized, where she covers tips and ideas for sustainable farming.

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