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A Worldview Apart

Jun 13, 2018

Bronislaw Grala has spent much of his adult life learning the art of wildcrafting. While his everyday job is working Safety and Security for City Market/Onion River Co-Op, he can frequently be found in the local forests and fields gathering food, medicine, and raw materials for his apothecary and kitchen. He and Eric...


Jun 6, 2018

Layla Abdel-Rahim is an anthropologist by training, and has lived, worked and traveled around the world. She has written two books that, along with her other work, critiques the epistemic foundation of culture that supports a human-centered view of the natural world. In this episode she and Eric talk about...


May 30, 2018

George Tsoukalas has been making bows since 1990, has written many articles on bow and arrow making, and maintains a website on primitive archery. He particularly enjoys incorporating traditional tools and techniques into his work. In this episode he and Eric talk about how he got into making bows, species of woods he...


May 23, 2018

Charles Eisenstein has given talks around the world on a variety of topics, and is the author of the books Ascent of Humanity, Sacred Economics, and The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible, among other books. In our episode Charles and I talk about systems thinking, societal collapse, investigating the...


May 17, 2018

Carl Brokenhorse Koehler is an herbalist, arborist, and naturalist of Haudenosaunee and European descent. He has been studying indigenous medicine for 20+ years, and is the author of the book Talking Trees & Spirit Trails about Native American trail trees in New York State. In this episode he and Eric talk about...