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“I just want to say thank you. I have been passionate about Permaculture for twenty years and finding Sustainable World Radio is like finding treasure.” – Jo
“I just love Sustainable World Radio as it gets real action people who are on the ground doing real work as opposed to talkers who emit more Carbon than they put in the ground and Jill is the best interviewer going around. It’s a great conversation and right on top of the game. Nothing else like it… syndication please!”- Darren Doherty
“Listening to your podcasts has opened my mind and enriched my life tremendously. It’s almost like a door has been opened to a world I didn’t know existed: books are one thing, but hearing the words of truly inspired and talented people speak with you (with a natural, gentle flow) is something else. It brings a great sense of realness, appreciation and hope. Hooray to you and all your guests!” – Lana
“I downloaded your SWR app on my iPhone and really value the podcasts I’ve been hearing. My wife and I are using the permaculture model in our home garden, and we’re REALLY excited about doing this!!!” – Forrest
“I started listening to your podcast in the summer of 2012 when I was volunteering for an NGO which runs and donates school gardens in the Central Highlands of Guatemala. Your podcast was my “summer school” and my “assigned reading” was Sep Holz’s latest book… I’d like to thank you for proving me with a one stop shop for resources and knowledge! Please enjoy the photo of my edible garden from 2013.”- Molly