The Earthaven Ecovillage Podcast features audio interviews about all aspects of our village life and learning. You can listen to our podcasts here, as well as on Apple Podcasts, Libsyn, and most podcast servers.
Our podcast was formerly called the Integrated Living Podcast, which featured audio interviews about all aspects of integrated living.
Mollie Curry shares her experiences learning and teaching about natural building, and what she’s doing next. Mollie was one of the first people living at Earthaven and has had her hands on most of the natural buildings.Read More
Kaitlin Ilya Wolf discusses how creating a cycle of annual seasonal rituals helps Earthaven ecovillagers sink into the cycles around us and within us to become a part of this land. She then shares the parts of a ritual, challenges of facilitating ritual at Earthaven, and offers tips for rituals for people who don’t have a community or piece of land to connect with.Read More
Doug Elliott is a naturalist, herbalist, storyteller, basket maker, back-country guide, philosopher, and harmonica wizard. For many years he made his living as a traveling herbalist, gathering and selling herbs, teas, and remedies. In this podcast, we explore mentors and elders, biodiversity and cultural integrity in the Carolinas, and groundhogs.Read More
Swami Ravi Rudra Bharati, formerly known as Dr. Rudolph Valentine, has been very committed to the integration of Eastern thought, particularly yoga and tantra, and permaculture, and all that implies, as well as they relate to healing. In this podcast, we explore a holistic view of soil health, plant health, the health of people and the planet, including the implications and challenges for healing the people and Gaia.Read More
Earthaven co-founder and village philosopher Paul Caron shares how he got involved with the other Earthaven founders, innovations in round-pole timber framing that enabled building Earthaven’s iconic Council Hall, and what the Earthaven project is all about for himRead More
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