Transforming ordinary spaces into beautiful, food-producing landscapes.
In This Podcast: Entering college without much direction, a life-changing experience in Paraguay helped Matt Lebon find his place in the global food system. Now, he runs a custom foodscaping company making spaces beautiful and edible. He share about hands-on education in permaculture and farm school as well the magical food moments his company helps to create. He gives insight into how gardens and orchards connect people to nature and how schools can use their foodscapes to teach science.
Don’t miss an episode!
Click here to sign up for podcast updates
or visit www.urbanfarm.org/podcast
Matt is a proud St. Louis native with over ten years of farming and gardening experience. He got his start with farming as a Peace Corps volunteer in Paraguay, later going to study permaculture and work on several farms in Israel and Brooklyn, NY. Then he became a practitioner and instructor on edible landscaping, organic agriculture, orcharding, and permaculture design. He is most passionate about creating magical food moments in the everyday places we work, learn and play.
His company Custom Foodscaping transforms ordinary spaces into beautiful, food-producing landscapes. They provide consultation, design, and installation services to create edible landscaping in your farm & garden.
Visit www.urbanfarm.org/foodscaping for the show notes on this episode, and access to our full podcast library!
And, If you would like to support our podcast and let us know you appreciate the work that we do, please consider a monthly or one-time donation! Visit https://www.urbanfarm.org/support-the-podcast/ for more details.
478: Matt Lebon on Foodscaping