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311: Joshua Burman Thayer on Mediterranean Food Forests: Bringing exotic flavor to local food systems.

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Bringing exotic flavor to local food systems. In This Podcast: Starting off at age 18, Joshua Burman Thayer was headed in the direction of working with plants and nature. He took his time before getting his permaculture certificate, but he packed a lot of learning and hands-on experience in during that period. Now, he is sharing that training, knowledge, and passion as he builds food forests, educates his clients, and writing articles about permaculture and food forest design.   Don’t miss an episode! Click here to sign up for weekly podcast updates or visit www.urbanfarm.org/podcast Joshua has a degree in Community Engineering from Humboldt State University. He proudly admits he has always had his hands in the Earth, especially through his extensive travels throughout the Americas working with communities around plants and food.  He worked as a WWOOF volunteer on organic farms throughout Latin America, and as a laborer on organic CSA farms in California. He gained even more experience while apprenticing and working in ecological landscape design, as well as doing native plant field research with renowned mentors. Joshua has become a lead designer and advocate for uniting ecology with aesthetic, creating beautiful, productive, natural systems that work with nature to foster bounty. Go to www.urbanfarm.org/nativesungardens for more information and links on this podcast, and to find our other great guests.

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