Alpine Permakultur Schweibenalp - Alpenblühen
Alpine Permakultur Schweibenalp - Alpenblühen
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Commenced:
01/08/2009
Submitted:
25/08/2012
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Schweibenalp, Brienz, Switzerland, Brienz, Bern , CH
Phone:
+41 (0) 33 952 2000
Website:
alpine-permakultur.ch
Climate zone:
Alpine





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Alpine Permakultur Schweibenalp - Alpenblühen

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Intentional Communities, Community, Demonstration, Educational, Permaculture Local Group Transition Town Permablitz, Financial Economic

Project Summary

With the Alpine Permaculture Schweibenalp, the currently biggest alpine permaculture project in Switzerland, is developing with 20 hectares at 1100 meters altitude.

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With the Alpine Permaculture Schweibenalp, the currently biggest alpine permaculture project in Switzerland, is developing with 20 hectares at 1100 meters altitude.

It is the goal to create an alternative model in alpine regions for usage of land to cultivate, as a source of income and food supply.
By increasing the biodiversity, permaculture transforms the land into a highly productive "edible landscape".

Permaculture as a philosophy, an art of living and a form of agriculture, emphasizes sustainability in all processes and cycles of life.
Permaculture closes the connecting cycles between humans, animals and nature.

The revitalized connections increase the biodiversity in nature and the daily living of humans. That is how stable, independent and interconnected systems are being created.

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