We are pleased to announce the release of the first episode of the One School One Planet Podcast!

The Podcast will host conversations on the fertile edges of permaculture, ecology and education.

In the first episode Steve Jones and Jack Hunter discuss the work they are doing at Cae Bodfach Community Orchard with students from Llanfyllin High School.

The conversation moves to explore permaculture principles, ecology, worms and consciousness.

Also included in this episode is an interview with Steve Pickup, founder of The Willow Bank, and specialist in willow cultivation, who talks about the benefits of hands-on participation in the ancient craft of willow weaving.

We hope you enjoy!

The medicinal herbs and dye garden at Cae Bodfach Community Orchard in Llanfyllin.

Show Notes:

https://www.facebook.com/llanfyllintransition

https://www.facebook.com/caebodfach
https://www.facebook.com/thewillowbank.uk
Paul Stamets on Mycelial Intelligence
Doughnut Economics by Kate Raworth

Credits:

Music by The Leatherette Barn Owl.

2 Thoughts to “One School One Planet Podcast Episode 1”

  1. Jill Pickering

    Hi really enjoyed your first edition! Good on you.
    Please advise how listeners subscribe…
    thanks.
    Hope jack can talk more about the interface between ecology, spirituality and ‘other minds’.

    1. Jack Hunter

      Glad you enjoyed it! I certainly will be exploring these connections further in future episodes, maybe even with guests to elaborate on them.

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