Earth & Soul with Leah Rampy

by | February 15, 2024 | Permaculture Podcast | 0 comments

Tune in for an exploration of sense-making with author, educator, and local government councillor, Leah Rampy.

If you’re looking for insight into what it means to live in a changing world, the importance of remembering your kinship with the Earth and how to apply this to your daily practices, listen in to this episode on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Youtube, or any of your favourite podcast platforms.

As well representing her local county as a councillor and writing books, Leah lives in a cohousing community, leads a local food initiative called Save Our Soils and runs the monthly gathering Church of the Wild. She also offers retreats and spiritual coaching – guiding experiences to reconnection with the Earth.

You can find her recently released guide to living deeply with the planet, ‘Earth and Soul: Reconnecting Amid Climate Chaos’ at this link. This book is a result of a decades long journey examining the gaps in our climate change conversations and uncovers what lies beneath our unwillingness to change our interactions with the natural world.

I hope you find nourishment in this episode and enjoy our conversation!


This podcast is an initiative of the Permaculture Education Institute.

Our way of sharing our love for this planet and for life, is by teaching permaculture teachers who are locally adapting this around the world – finding ways to apply the planet care ethics of earth care, people care and fair share.

We teach permaculture teachers, host permaculture courses, host Our Permaculture Life YouTube, and offer free monthly film club and masterclass.

We broadcast from a solar powered studio in the midst of a permaculture ecovillage food forest on beautiful Gubbi Gubbi country. I acknowledge this is and always will be Aboriginal land, pay my respects to elders past and present, and extend my respect to indigenous cultures and knowledge systems across the planet.

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