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Lövshult Permakulturdesign
Lövshult Permakulturdesign
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Lövshult, Lammhult, SE
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate

Ingemar Nilsson Kai Weeks Martine van der Post Melisa Özdilek Mörður Gunnarsson Ottesen Mustafa Fatih Bakir Ute Bohnsack
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Lövshult Permakulturdesign

Project Type

Rural, Residential

Project Summary

About two acres with a mix of a small leaf forest, a small lake, a sloop with our house between a small field at the top and the small lake at the bottom, and a small pond next to the house. The house is small as well...

Project Description

We (me, my husband and our 4 kids, the 2 cats, a lot of fish and RedBee shrimps in aquariums and 2 hamsters) start moving in here during January to March, and aim to stay here for the next decades.

During spring and summer we are attending the 72 hour Permaculture Certificate Course nearby, and using our own home as a project to work with during the course.

While I in particular have a huge urge to work in a larger scale, I realize that we will be perfectly busy for the next years building our food forest, our swales and aquaponics, our drinking water and solar electricity systems, our food storage cellars and hen houses, our year-round veggie harvest areas and our angora rabbit wool producing coops.

Our long term goal is to achieve the status of a teacher (well, two teachers) so we can get people out here to see for themselves and see if they actually start to want to know more about this, and if so, we are able to facilitate that wish and teach them all we know about it.

This area is not a deserted wasteland area, quite the opposite, but we really are eager to get our own food production systems at work here! We have so many ideas that we long to start implementing... and we'll definitely keep you updated on them all! Cheers! :)


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