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Zach and I on my porch in Tzununa

Zach and I on my porch in Tzununa

I don’t always have the pleasure of interviewing my guests in person but I was fortunate this time to be able to sit down with Zach Loeks, permaculture teachers and author of the book “The Permaculture Market Garden” last week while he’s down here in Guatemala co-teaching a PDC with Abundant Edge and Atitlan Organics.

In this episode we had the chance to talk about a lot of subjects we missed on my first interview with him back in season one. We explore the topics of putting “culture” back in permaculture and finding ways of sharing and communicating in other forms such as art and music. Zach talks about the challenges and advantages of the high tropical climate we have and how some of the difficulties might be managed creatively. For anyone looking to get to know Zach better you can hear more about him and his background in our first interview on market gardening from season one. So lets jump back now to my little porch overlooking the lake and catch up with Zach


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