"Hundreds of years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in or the type of car I drove... But the world may be different because I did something so bafflingly crazy that it becomes a tourist destination"
Hahahaha I saw it in the recent and didn't even look at the date!
Thanks for looking out Mike!
But, hey, it seems like a good place to post a bunch of other radio shows he's been on recently:
Paul Wheaton on the Dr Pat show I actually had a chance to listen to a bunch of this one, and I really liked it. Dr Pat does a great job of connecting the Building a Better World book to our current issues in society.
(July 12, 2020) A lot of us do our very best to make the natural world around us a little bit better. We grow some of our own food. We reuse, reduce and recycle. We try to keep energy costs down. (At least, I hope we do.) We compost (more on that in a little bit.) We swap out our incandescent light bulbs for compact fluorescents and LEDs (more on that in a little bit.) But we’re pikers when compared to a guy named Paul Wheaton. He has co-authored what could be described as an essential extreme permaculture primer.
Skip to a specific segment in this podcast
3:41 Horticulturist Melinda Myers
47:16 Permaculturist Paul Wheaton
1:25:19 Meteorologist Rick DiMaio
There's a more in-depth summary there, but it was a bit long, so I didn't want to copy it all. Sounds like there was probably a good discussion, because the host is a big fan of native plant sancuaties