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Das "Seven Valley Learning System" ist ein leitungsfähiges Sprachenlernsystem, das Erfolge in der Kommunikation garantiert. Die Basis des Lernsystems bilden die individuell auf die Bedürfnisse des Lernenden angepassten Lektionen. Eine Sprache wird mit diesem System gleichzeitig auf drei Ebenen erlernt. Die grundlegende, bis zur Zertifikatsreife führende Ebene, die Berufs- oder Privatumfeld bezogene Ebene, und die Hördateien als Podcasts organisierte Ebene. Die Podcasts der Sprachschule von S ...
 
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In this episode, we chat with author, activist, organizer, speaker, and producer scott crow about building dual power and developing a sense of community. We discuss the challenges of the activist community, creating spaces, and the role of politics in prepping. Check out his work: https://www.scottcrow.org/ https://www.emergencyhearts.com/…
 
We spend some time talking about what colonization looked like for the Anishanaabe, how colonization destroys foodways, and what decolonization looks like as a model for others to move forward. Sources: Stories that Nourish: Minnesota, Anishinaabe Wild Rice NarrativesAmelia V. Katanski https://sci-hub.se/10.17953/aicrj.41.3.katanski Our Knowledge I…
 
In this episode, we explore the evolution of the indigenous people of Lake Turkana. We look at how their subsistence farming evolved with a rapidly shifting climate and how both the ecology benefits from human involvement & how a unique collectivist and individualist community format allows for the community to quickly change practices to meet the …
 
We chat about the ecological and agricultural history of the Southern tip of India and how the indigenous farming practices have evolved over 4,000 years to meet the changing climate! https://www.researchgate.net/publication/225745850_Agroforestry_in_the_Western_Ghats_of_peninsular_India_and_the_satoyama_landscapes_of_Japan_A_comparison_of_two_sust…
 
In this episode we discuss the complex history and indigenous farming practices in Japan. We also spend some time chatting about Japan's solutions to its collapsing ecology, and their shortfalls. Sources: Satoyama: The Traditional Rural Landscape of Japan,A. Tsunekawa, I. Washitani, K. Takeuchi, M. Yokohari, R.D. BrownCreate Citation Deconstructing…
 
In this episode, we're chatting about a forgotten history of Norwegian indigenous farming practices and their abundant relationship with an unforgiving environment. Works Cited: A study of practical pollarding techniques in northern Europe- Helen Read https://www.ancienttreeforum.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/A-study-of-practical-pollarding-tech…
 
In this episode, we review a quick history of urban farming in Detroit and interview Malik Yakini, the Executive Director of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network & D-Town Farms. We chat about the role of dual power systems to challenge capitalism and the role of self-determination in making meaningful change in communities. Interview s…
 
In this episode, we're looking out how Cuba utilized both its massive state power and the creativity and bold thinking of its citizens to create decentralized urban farms after the collapse of the Soviet bloc. What can we learn about decentralized food systems and how can it be applied here in the case of collapse? Sources: https://www.cubaagricult…
 
The first episode of our new miniseries entitled "The Prole Models", we decide to get into the tough content of the complex history of permaculture, the problems with its history, the evolution of permaculture in modern agriculture, and how it can frame up some of the questions regarding land back, indigenous culture, and the role of white people i…
 
We're taking a look at the Irish civil war and the conditions that led up to it and its conclusion with comedian and historian, Nash Flynn. What parallels do we see playing out here in the United States, and what can we learn from the efforts of the IRA? Sources: Tim Pat Coogan, The Troubles: Irelands Ordeal and the Search for Peace Kevin Toolis, R…
 
As farmers and stewards of the land, we must center our understanding of growing food based on the ecology around us. In this episode, we're discussing the ways you can use some basic understanding of ecology to understand both the history of the landscape in terms of activities such as previous farming as well as the site's unique characteristics …
 
In this episode, we explore the history of Syria and its civil war to see common threads that run between the past 50 years redefining Nationalism and identity and our current situation here in the United States. Are there enough commonalities to see a similar collapse here? Sources: Christopher Phillips "The Battle for Syria" Michael Kerr "The Ala…
 
Having discsused Bookchin's vision last episode, this episode we're diving into The Internationalist Commune of Rojava's book "Make Rojava Green Again" to see how Bookchin's work plays out in reality. We focus specifically in the area of technology, agriculture, and ecology, drawing from complex systems theory and envision what the future looks lik…
 
We're discussing "Towards a Liberatory Technology" and "Ecology and Revolutionary Thought" and how they reinforce the key functions of complex systems theory as a framework for a post-collapse society. What are some of the key takeaways about building a new world from the shell of the old? Sources:Murray Bookchin, "Post-Scarcity Anarchism"…
 
Arguably the most complicated and challenging subject in modern permaculture projects, water management through Yeomans keyline design theory is the subject of this episode. We try to break down this complex, dense subject in an accessible way to provide a framework you can use on your plot of land. Sources: Yeomans, PA 1993, Water for Every Farm: …
 
One of the most widely recognized movements for stateless government, the Zapatistas have a complex story to tell. We focus on why the EZLN has thrived over 25 years, looking at the symbiotic relationship between community history and anarchist theory embedded within a comprehensive direct-democracy, both politically & economically. What can we lea…
 
This miniseries is focused on building practical, hands-on skills through basic knowledge sharing for prepping and other homesteading type skills to build sustainable communities through hands-on skills. This episode focuses on the basic functions and facets of prepping, from food storage to mental health.…
 
In this episode we review the collection of essays collected by Scott Crow titled "Setting Sights: Histories and Reflections on Community Armed Self-Defense" released by PM Press, and we discuss the framework and historical conditions which led to successful armed self-defense of marginalized communities in disaster. Purchase the book here: https:/…
 
In this episode, we discuss the concept of fruit tree guilds, orchard floor management, and the details that go into deciding which plants to use underneath your fruit trees. Further, we critique both permaculture methodologies for companion planting and guilds, as well as the science, or lackthereof behind them. Sources: "Lignin Controls on Soil E…
 
Everyone's first thought about prepping is food, and their next thought is about long-term food sustainability. Fruit trees are great for that, so let's talk about what it means to manage an orchard. Source(s): Growing Fruit Trees: Novel Concepts and Practices for Successful Care and Management; Jean-Marie Lespinasse Cornell University Extension Sc…
 
Part 2 in a deep dive on soil health through no-till systems, cover cropping, the loss of the manure cycling of historical farming, and new old research on intensive grazing practices to mimic nature. Sources: Cornell Extension School's Soil 101 course Jim Gerrish, "Management-intensive Grazing: The Grassroots of Grass Farming" David R. Montgomery,…
 
A deep dive into the complex web that is the soil system, as well as how that plays into complex systems theory and sustainable farming, permaculture, silvopasture, and food forests. Sources:Dr. Elaine Ingham's research on complex soils Fred Magdoff & Harold Van Es's "Building Soils for Better Crops" Klaus J. Puettmann, David Coates, and Christian …
 
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