Podcast: Decolonization & Sudden Oak Life

During the Broadscale Permaculture weekend of our 6-month Permaculture Design Course (PDC), we visit Indian Canyon in Hollister, CA. We spend the afternoon learning about decolonization & Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) with Kanyon “Coyote Woman” Sayers-Roods and about Sudden Oak Life with Dr. Lee Klinger. It’s an inspiring and powerful day on the land.

Kanyon Sayers-Roods (left) and Dr. Lee Klinger (right) are two of our guest instructors during our Broadscale Permaculture weekend. Photos provided by Kanyon Sayers-Roods.

In early February, current PDC student Danielle made audio recordings during our time there, and with permission from the speakers, she has published them as two episodes on her podcast, The Archive of Interconnectedness. Take a listen!

Inspired and want to go even deeper with this and other permaculture topics? Our 6-month Permaculture Design Course begins every spring and fall, and we’re also offering a 2-week intensive this June 2021! Learn more and register here.

Join us October 7th on the farm for a celebratory fall harvest dinner and festival!

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