WARNING: This Podcast May Cause Deep Love for Fungi
Mindset is everything! When you have the right mindset, it's so much easier to make these transitions and care for the soil.
Molding your thoughts into something that will benefit not only yourself but other people as well can be a very powerful thing- especially in today’s world where everyone needs healthy soils from which they grow their own food.
Who is Nick Ritar?
With his partner Kirsten Bradley, Nick Ritar runs Milkwood, offering courses in Permaculture design, urban farming, backyard veggies, natural bee-keeping, gourmet mushroom cultivation, fermented foods, natural building, market gardening, and much, much more.
Nick is Milkwood’s primary educator and consultant and is passionate about cultivating community and creating authentic outcomes for students studying permaculture.
Based in southern Tasmania, Nick spends his time growing good food, keeping bees, cultivating mushrooms, teaching permaculture design & advocating for community-scale resilience.
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