This podcast has gone international! I had the pleasure of interviewing Wendy Brown from Maine, USA, who blogs at “Surviving the Suburbs“, and is a published author of Surviving the Apocalypse in the suburbs – The Thrivalists guide to life without oil. We had a great conversation about all the cool things she is doing to prepare for an unknown future without cheap oil.
You can find a copy of her book at New Society publishers and find out a little more about it.
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Until next time, stay green and keep keen!
I really enjoyed this podcast, listening to it as I make some cheese. Thanks for the inspiring words and thoughts.
Thanks craftyrabbit. Glad you liked it as much as I enjoyed the interview. Over 64 people have already listened to it now.
Thanks for the chat, Gavin. It was such a pleasure … and what an amazing thing the Internet is that we could talk a day apart and a world between us ;).
No problem at all Wendy. Anytime you are in Australia, pop in for a visit!
Great interview Gavin. Did you spot the link to my interview???? Wendy is from Maine where my biggest gardening inspiration comes from (Eliot Coleman) and she mentions him in the interview.
Keep up the great work
Darren (Green Change) says
I really enjoyed this interview, well done to both of you!