Creative Destruction [Permaculture Voices] - Honest Conversations About Farming, Business, and Life
About This Show
An honest look at what it takes to manage farms, businesses, and life all at the same time without having any of them fall apart in the process. This show is a hard look at real reality of eco-entrepreurism highlighting the success and failures of people out there making a go of it repairing the planet, solving problems, producing products, and making a living doing it. You’ll hear from experts who are far down their respective paths and people just like you who are starting out and making a go of it and learning as they go. Each episode gives you practical insights and advice that you put into action today. The show is hosted by Diego Footer. For more information visit PermacultureVoices.com.
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V232: Improving the Business and Marketing of Small Farms from A City Dweller's Point of View with Rob Avis and Javan Bernakevitch
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Today we'll look at the urban,rural divide from the point of view of the city dweller, focusing on what and how the city dweller views and values the food they consume. The goal of this conversation is to shed some light on this view, so teh farmer can take that information and run with it helping them to better market their product. It's marketing 101. Who's your audience and what do they value with Rob Avis and Javan Bernakevitch. Learn more about the Regenerative Business Mentorship Program Read the show notes for this and all episodes.
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Rated 5 out of
Finally a podcast for me!
I hope Permaculture voices sticks around forever! This is just what the movement needed, it's an easily digestible dose of permaculture piped right into your radio.The guest speakers are very kind to share their insights on how they are doing things to help shape a better tomorrow so that the listeners can try out those ideas and hopefully pass this knowledge on. This is cultural capital free for the taking! If you want to learn more about Permaculture I'd highly recommend listening to this podcast everytime there's a new episode. Over time all of the stories will form an intricate web of knowledge that has the potential to pull us all out of the rat race and leave us with a road map to care for the earth and it's inhabitants. May the forest be with you :)
Date published: 2014-01-15