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Quinta dos 7 Nomes
Quinta dos 7 Nomes
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Avenida do Atlântico 107-B, Colares, Sintra, PT
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate

Adelaide Costa Ângela Gonçalves Eduardo Abalada Franek Lazarewicz Tiago da Cunha Ferreira
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Quinta dos 7 Nomes

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Rural, Intentional Communities, School Projects, Demonstration, Educational, Permaculture Local Group Transition Town Permablitz

Project Summary

Quinta dos 7 Nomes is an ecological coop, created for formation in organic farming and permaculture community purposes

Project Description

In Colares, Sintra, based in a small near one acre farm, is Quinta dos 7 Nomes, a project born from the will of 50 founder associates. Since 2007 it became a meeting point for people around Sintra who intend to live in a more sustainable way. With a grocery shop selling exclusively organic and ecological products, with a preference for local products, a demonstration and teaching field for formation purposes, with courses in Permaculture, Bio-construction, Organing Farming, Carpentry, Herbal Pharmacy, and many other activities, and a parcel created for community farming, to give associates an opportunity to produce thei own vegetables.


Intensive Week - Organic Farming Course


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PDC in July

Permaculture Design Course in July 2014 http://www.quinta7nomes.com/curso-de-design-em-permacultura.html

Posted about 10 years ago (0 comments)
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