Two permaculture educators and designers from the AgroPermaLab in Poland – co-founder/, Joanna Bojczewska and urban gardener/educator/activist Klaudia Kryńska – both social anthropologists talked with Morag Gamble, international educator and blogger, global ambassador and film-maker, running variety of permaculture education programmes on 6 continents.
In our dialogue, Morag asked us questions about the ways we are sharing permaculture, which embraces cultural and artistic dimensions and inspires people to engage, think and act differently. We discussed how we attempt approaching permaculture education in dialogue with traditional culture, contemporary culture, climate emergency and creativity.
Morag became aware of the work of AgroPermaLab at the International Forum of Permaculture Educators in May and was immediately fascinated. AgroPermaLab co-hosted this event with Biennale Warszawa. In our podcast conversation Joanna and Klaudia also talk about their amazing digital project – The Supermarket Museum: Living Together within Limits.
Listen to the video version here.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT MORAG’S PERMACULTURE PROGRAMS
Explore the many free permaculture resources on my Our Permaculture Life Youtube channel & blog – hundreds of films, photos, articles.
Permaculture Education Institute offers an online program to help people on 6 continents become professional permaculture educators and designers. I designed the Permaculture Educators Program after being involved in permaculture for over 25 years. It is an online permaculture design certificate and permaculture teacher certificate with a global learning community and eco-business modules too.
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Morag Gamble in her work acknowledges the Gubbi Gubbi people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which she lives , works & plays, and pays her respects to their elders past present and emerging.
Audio: Rhiannon Gamble
Music: Kim Kirkman