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Casa Verde - Agroecologia
Casa Verde - Agroecologia
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Bairro do Alvito, Lisboa, PT
+ 351 96 96 80 009
Climate zone:
Warm Temperate

Ângela Gonçalves Miguel Ângelo Leal Somesh De Swardt Tiago da Cunha Ferreira Zumbuehl Daniel Sabro
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Casa Verde - Agroecologia

Project Type

Residential, Commercial, Community, Educational, Permaculture Local Group Transition Town Permablitz, Financial Economic

Project Summary

Present: We have moved to the city. More news soon. Past: Casa Verde is the intentional dynamic ecological integration of family, buildings and land for the benefit of Chao Sobral biological communities.

Project Description

Produção de alimentos em sistemas agrícolas arborizados.
Gestão de floresta para prevenção de incêndios, produção de lenha, biomassa para compostagem, e maior diversidade de plantas silvestres.
Gestão do impacto animal com pastoreio rotativo de cabras.
Utilização e construção de tecnologias apropriadas para maior aproveitamento da energia solar e de biomassa florestal.
Investimento dos excedentes em redes de consumo ético.
Localizado em Chão Sobral, uma aldeia com cerca de 100 habitantes a 650 metros de altitude a norte da Serra do Açor.
Participação em iniciativas de outros habitantes e das associações de Chão Sobral.
Integrado num sistema familiar multigeracional.
Atividades pedagógicas através de estágios, visitas guiadas, oficinas e cursos.
Consultoria em permacultura, desenvolvimento pessoal e comunitário.


agroecology, foodforest and avocado trees in Portugal workshop

workshop that provides the basic design tools to create a garden of eden, starting with avocado ...

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Introduction to Permaculture Course in Chão Sobral

With Chao Sobral village in the backgound we are going to provide the basic concept tools to create a regenerative design.

Posted over 9 years ago (1 comments)

The Good Little Things

In our website we advertise the Good Little Things available to our solidarity economy network around Lisbon and SouthWest alentejo.

Posted over 10 years ago (0 comments)

Perma bee keeping intro

A permaculture approach to beekeeping will be presented for the first time in Aldeia das Amoreiras

Posted over 10 years ago (1 comments)

Chickens video

The happy chicken life, plenty of grass and shade under citrus trees

Posted over 10 years ago (0 comments)
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