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Latest Episodes from Nature Revisited: The Podcast

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Episode 47: The Stone Trust.

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Our friend Stefan van Norden discovers compelling stories about people connecting themselves and others to the natural world in which we live. Over the course of the past two years, he has interviewed a remarkable collection of luminaries across a range of human endeavor. Stefan’s guests reflect deeply on topics ranging from the famous gardens of Monticello and Brandywine to portraying nature in paint from the confines of a prison cell. From fly fishing to homesteading to the Appalachian Trail to poetry and philosophy in nature, you can hear thought-provoking conversations from people viewing life on Earth through focused and sometimes unexpected lenses. Each reminds us that we are part of nature.

We hope you’ll listen, too.

Episode 78: Dani Baker – The Enchanted Edible Forest Garden

Dani Baker is a forest gardener, owner of Cross Island Farms, and author of the book The Home-Scale Forest Garden. When she attended a permaculture workshop, she was inspired by its message of working with nature to create a thriving edible garden ecosystem. She immediately launched a new experiment she dubbed “The Enchanted Edible Forest”- a beautiful, bountiful edible landscape. In this episode of Nature Revisited, Dani talks about making the transition from market gardener to forest gardener, her discoveries along the way, and tips for those who would like to create their own forest garden – at any scale.

Episode 79: Kristin Ohlson – Sweet in Tooth and Claw

Kristin Ohlson is a writer living in Portland, Oregon. She is the author of Sweet in Tooth and Claw: Stories of Generosity and Cooperation in the Natural World, and The Soil Will Save Us: How Scientists, Farmers and Foodies are Healing the Soil to Save the Planet. In this episode of Nature Revisited, Kristin talks about the connection between soil and climate health, rethinking our relationship with the land and each other, and how we can work with the land and its natural processes to regenerate damaged habitats, drawdown carbon, and more.