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NH Unscripted with Amy Antonucci

Founder of The Seacoast Permaculture Group

Episode 107
44 min / Published

Continuing with my discussions about permaculture today Amy Antonucci called in to WKXL and NH Unscripted to chat up the Seacoast Permaculture Group as well as her homestead. She teaches workshops on homesteading topics including: permaculture, soil building, no-till gardening, composting, herbal infusions, beekeeping, goats, poultry, cheese and yogurt making, and food preservation. She has spoken at libraries, schools, garden clubs, at the NOFA-NH winter conference, and on the radio. She began growing food in 1995 on a local organic farm and CSA. She later became a certified permaculture designer and transitioned to homesteading and teaching others. She now keeps poultry, goats, plants and builds soil at Living Land Permaculture Homestead in Barrington, NH. She is the main organizer for Seacoast NH Permaculture and was proud to be named Leading Gardener of 2017 and Mentor of the Year in 2022 by the Northeast Organic Farming Association of NH.

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  • ray dudley
  • amy antonucci
  • seacoast permaculture
  • nh unscripted
  • wkxl
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