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Podcast Interview With Gavin From “The Greening of Gavin”

25 May 2011 5 Comments

I did another podcast interview again last night, this time with Gavin from The Greening Of Gavin. Gav has a great blog, covering lots of sustainability issues and fun stuff like home brew, cheesemaking, soapmaking and candlemaking. I’ve been following his blog since not long after it first began.

You can listen to the podcast episode directly from Gavin’s site or download it as an MP3 file here: Episode 20 – Interview With Darren (Green-Change.com). If you’re into podcasts, I highly recommend adding his feed to your list.

If you’re interested in any of the things we discussed in the podcast, here are some links:

Whew! I think covers pretty much everything.

As always, feel free to post questions and comments below!

Build your own chicken coop.

5 Comments »

  • Gavin said:

    Nice summary Darren.

    Well done and thanks for the interview!

    Gav

  • Samantha in Oz said:

    Hi Darren. I found your blog via Gavin’s podcast. The roundup you’ve provided above is great – I’m especially looking forward to reading more about your pigs!

  • Darren (author) said:

    Thanks guys, I really enjoyed the chat. Hope you like the pig info, Samantha!

  • Donna said:

    Hi Darren,

    I have not been around much of late. Have had big computer probs. Am am very crook with the flue… I will sit down and have a listen to the pod cast. Hey I just have seen Joe Salatin from Polyface will in in Aust. Aug. How exciting. Do you think u will be going? Cheers Donna

  • Darren (author) said:

    @Donna: Hope you (and your computer!) get better soon. Yep, Joel Salatin is coming to Jamberoo in August (more info here: http://green-change.com/2011/05/17/joel-salatin-workshop-jamberoo/). The workshop is for farmers, or those planning to take up farming. I’d love to go, but since it’s not really aimed at my situation I don’t want to take up a spot that could be put to better use by a real farmer. I’ll wait and see if they fill it, I think.