Show #194 – Robyn Rosenfeldt, Founder Pip Magazine talks permaculture and the interconnections that make us and our planet stronger


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And onto this week’s show!

So over the past month, we’ve talked about home health and the role of a healthy home in our own health. Then we’ve looked at construction industry health and the potential for radical impact if we get what and how we build, into the future, right. This week, want to feel motivated to think about what you can do next when it comes to helping bolster our planet’s resilience? Tune into this week’s show where I talk to journalist, sea changer + Pip Magazine Permaculture Magazine founder Robyn RoenFeldt and plan your next inspired step. Enjoy and don’t forget to take a look at the details below to connect to Pip Magazine and our show sponsor, Alexx.


The questions I asked Robyn:

  1. How you became aware of our need to connect more to the planet, nature and where our food comes from? 
  2. Were you always a hippy chick who knew this stuff or was it exploration and discovery for you? 
  3. Why did you leave the city? 
  4. What do you grow yourself now? Why did permaculture principles capture your heart? 
  5. Tell us about Pip Magazine – how can we find it / who’s it for / can anyone in the world subscribe? 
  6. What can people do today to get started growing something – anything!? 
  7. What is interdependence and how does it benefit us? 
  8. How permaculture can work in our favour when a pandemic hits. 
  9. What can you get involved with, in the city? 
  10. If people wanted to change their habits/start something new – what would you recommend no matter where they live?

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For more information on Robyn’s work at Pip Magazine:

Follow them on Instagram @pipmagazineau and join them on Facebook.


Our show supporter this month is…

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It contains naturally occurring Omega 3’s, Vitamin A, and Vitamin D, all of which support numerous systems in the body including immune health, heart health, brain health, joint and muscle health, and overall vitality.

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