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The First Time Paul was on Jack Spirko's Podcast

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It was back in the heady days of 2011, with the Great Recession on everyone's mind, that two of the greatest minds in Permaculture and Preparedness joined forces for a podcast. It was the beginning of an excellent, collaborative relationship between Jack Spirko and Paul Wheaton. Recently Jack has been rerunning early episodes of his podcast on Fridays. And today is the rerun of that first podcast.

The topics are Hugels, Wofatis and Rocket Mass Heaters. Can you find any experiments that didn't work out? Which of these ideas have stood the test of time? I am planning my first hugel, so I look forward to learning a bit more.

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Today’s episode of Friday Flashbacks was originally Episode-598- Paul Wheaton from Permies.com on Permaculture, Hugelkultur, Survival Housing and More and was originally recorded on 1-27-11.   This was Paul Wheaton’s first appearance on TSPC.  We discussed a huge variety of topics that range from raising chickens, to the complete elimination of the need for irrigation, the ultimate eco building and even the use of rocket mass heaters.

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