Have you ever wanted to transform your organic gardening practice into something more? Are you interested in ecology, permaculture, or sustainability? This podcast takes a deep dive into these topics, through in-depth commentary and relevant interviews with forest gardeners, permaculturalists, and regenerative system designers. The Forest Garden Podcast is a joint venture between Ben Bishop and Mike Amato, two plant nerds who in the summer of 2020 realized they shared the same alma mater and the same interests in alternative solutions to our rapidly evolving climate.
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Absolutely love this podcast. Especially enjoyed the recent episode on feral apples with Matt Kaminsky. So inspiring to hear about other folks practicing regenerative practices across the world! Five stars
So awesome! I love this podcast. Full of helpful discussions backed by intelligent reasoning. No dogma. These guys love what they do, and their passion is contagious. I am dreaming of adding to my forest garden/ prairie suburban plot. Thank you so much!!
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A great job. I only wish I could take a bite of everything!
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The Forest Garden launched 2 years ago and published 49 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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