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Ecomunidad Tierra de Agua
Ecomunidad Tierra de Agua
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Commenced:
01/12/2013
Submitted:
19/07/2014
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Vereda Los Potreros, Finca El Algarrobo, Cocorná, Antioquia, CO
Phone:
3168361910
Website:
www.tierradeagua.org
Climate zone:
Wet Tropical





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Ecomunidad Tierra de Agua

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Project Summary

In the mountains of Cocorná, Antioquia, Colombia, after 8 years of operation of the eco hotel www.tierradeagua.org, 10 hectares of land are freed to welcome 15 families to develop an ecovillage.

Project Description

My family, Dayana and Adán, is the first to join Natalia, Camilo, and their children Celeste and Salomón in the development of 10 hectares of land, keeping in mind the permaculture ethics and priciples.

We  have 10 ha in organic sugar cane plantation, 10 ha pasture that are being turned into food forest, and a commercial front that is the ecohotel, which we plan to further develop with an eCooperative Farm, involving our neighbors.

Alcohol production, aquaponics,  aquaculture, chicken, and organic produce are our priority.

We use bamboo and cob as our building material and hydro power is on our to do list.

Volunteers and partners welcome.

We work weekly with the communitie´s children school colearning biodynamic farming, and we have our own Rainbow Workshop house for  deeper education in arts and crafts.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrS7EUuYiSo

We were kicked out of this project in november 2014 with a one day limit to do so. They said I had betrayed the trust embedded in me and that I was turning the staff against the owners of the project. Although I was the only person in the whole project with any environmental knowledge, vegeatrian cokking knowledge and bilingual to receive guests not to mention work ethic. The promise to work for a piece of land was broken and a year of my work and my wife's was lost. We have moved back to Medellín with her parents for a month with no balcony, patio, or natural contact, and from we moved to an old abandoned house in a small town called Ricaurte where we have done permaculture to restore the house and estabish a garden in the small backyard the last 6 monthd january to june. For the last 2 months we have found a bigger farm at www.vitallspa.com and on the 6 ha of the property we are now doing permaculuture again on a bigger scale. I will start a new project to post on this page as soon as I have pictures and more details.

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