Want to get to know the uses and benefits of permaculture? Look no further than Andrew Millison. Andrew Millison is an instructor of Permaculture at Oregon State University, where he has developed an online instructional course that educates individuals across the globe.

Permaculture and land regeneration is an ultra-sustainable approach to environmentalism that few have truly mastered. In this episode, you will learn about this subject from an artistic perspective – perhaps allowing you to absorb the facts and information in a new way…

Click play to find out:

  • What defines permaculture.
  • Why land regeneration is so critical to a healthy environment.
  • How local food production promotes healthy and sustainable communities.

What does it take to develop flourishing ecosystems, and how can permaculture help? Tune in now to learn more!

You can connect with Andrew’s content for yourself by visiting AndrewMillison.com and Youtube.com/AndrewMillison now!

Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3bO8R6q

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