Sustainable World Radio- Ecology and Permaculture Podcast
Learning From and Working With Nature- Interviews, news, and commentary about ecology, regenerative farming, permaculture, organic gardening, sustainability, green living, and ethnobotany. Visit us at www.sustainableworldradio.com

Episode 35: Do you love birds? Come on a tour of the Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network's Songbird Facility. Meet some of the birds who are at the facility and learn what to do if you find a baby bird or injured animal. Birds have no sense of smell, so you can put them back in the nest if you find eggs or a baby on the ground. Have you heard male mockingbirds singing their hearts out at 3:00 am? Guide Carol Childerley tells us why they sing and a lot more about songbirds in this Sustainable World Radio episode. 

Direct download: Wildlife_Care_PC.mp3
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Episode 34 : Owen Dell is an internationally recognized gardening expert, Permaculture designer, and writer. Starting with the basics, Owen talks about how to take care of your property using organic and sustainable methods of landscaping. Owen is the co-writer and co-host of the television series Garden Wise Guys. Owen Dell's new book is Sustainable Landscaping for Dummies.

Direct download: Owen_DellPC.mp3
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Episode 33: Michael Brune was the executive director of the Rainforest Action Network when this episode aired. Michael is the author of the book, Coming Clean, Breaking America's Addiction to Oil and Gas. In this episode. Michael talks about alternative energy and the environment. Now Director of the Sierra Club, you can read Michael's blog here. 

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Episode 32: Larry Saltzman, Permaculturist and Food Forester, takes us on a tour of his backyard suburban yard. Larry and his wife, Eco-Therapist Linda Buzzell Saltzman, have turned their backyard into a living oasis of edible trees and plants.Learn how you can transform a lawn into an edible food forest!.

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Episode 31: Woody Tasch, author of the book Slow Money speaks to Jill Cloutier (Sustainable World Radio) and Wes Rowe (Santa Barbara Permaculture Network) about nurture capitalism, the soil of the economy, and ideas for creating a financial system that serves people, place, and nature as much as it does industry.

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Episode 30: Brenton Kelly, an expert in Integrated Pest Management (IPM), talks about alternatives to pesticides and least toxic pest control methods. 

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Betty Seaman, also known as Cob Betty, is a natural builder and permaculturalist who teaches courses in natural building and natural living support systems: food gardening, water catchment, composting toilets, grey water systems, and homesteading skills.
Eva Miller is a natural builder, gardener, and craftswoman who enjoys connecting people, nature, and place. Eva co-founded the Village Building Convergence in Portland, Oregon and currently teaches sustainable living skills at Spirit Pine Sanctuary in Central California.

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