|Chão Sobral, Aldeia das Dez - OHP - Coimbra, PT|
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Chão Sobral, PT
Aldeia das Amoreiras, PT
Posted by João Gonçalves about 6 years ago
Introdução à "Permacultura Marginal"
Introduction to "On the Edge Permaculture"
Chão Sobral - Oliveira do Hospital - Coimbra - Serra do Açor - Portugal
28 de Abril / April
9h30 - 17h00
Possibilidade de inscrição no almoço Convívio / Evento BTT da União Progressiva de Chão Sobral.
Possible to book lunch at Association Lunch / Mountain biking Event organised by the local Union.
Introdução a estratégias desenvolvidas durante vários séculos,
e que na atualidade, que contribuem para a cultura permanente
em Chão Sobral, e nas zonas rochosas e íngremes da Serra do Açor.
- Clima e geologia
- Sistemas de água
- Criação de fertilidade no solo
- Funções das zonas selvagens
- Estratégias de gestão comunitária
- Construção e habitações
- Economia e energia
Introduction to strategies developed through centuries that,
and in the present, work towards the permanent culture
at Chão Sobral, and on the rocky and steep areas of the Goshawk Mountain range.
- Climate and geology
- Water systems
- Building soil fertility
- Kitchen gardens
- Functions of wild zones
- Community management strategies
- Building and shelters
- Economy and energy
Mais informação, em inglês, na página
More information, in english, at
Questões e inscrições, email: joaovox @ yahoo.com
Questions and inscriptions, email: joaovox @ yahoo.com
+ 351 96 96 80 009
- nem sempre disponível ...
- not always available ...
Custo ? = Economia da dádiva.
Price ? = Gift economy.
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