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The Human Path 9 Oct 12

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The Human Path is comprised of 3 episodes tonight

012: Introduction to Permaculture

July 17th, 2011 at 12:19 pm   Human Path instructor Paul Range, Ph.D., discusses the basics of Permaculture from its history to its intended purpose as a self-sustaining food source, part of the green homesteading movement.

013: - Primitive Engineer Specialty Overview
During this episode, Sam Coffman talks about the specialty of "Primitive Engineer."  The primitive engineer represents (more than any other specialty) the ability to "improvise, adapt and overcome."  Adaptability is one of the two major components of good survival skills, and in order to adapt, a person has to have a base set of skills.  

014: Urban Scenario Discussion, Part 1
Sam Coffman and Paul Range discuss a scenario that should benefit any listener:  Assume you live in the city in an apartment and have at most $50 - $100 of disposable income that you are willing to spend per month toward becoming more prepared.  This is the first segment of at least a few hours of discussion on this topic, so stay tuned for continuing episodes over the next 3 -4 days.This discussion will span several episodes.  In today’s podcast, Sam Coffman and urban survival instructor Paul Range Ph.D.  start by talking about:

    Basic Urban Strategies based on your Location
    Prepping on a Budget (again, more on this in the next few episodes as well)
    Water - Acquisition, Purification, Storage
    Food - Storage basics