Regenerative Kitchen Garden & Food Forest
Regenerative Kitchen Garden & Food Forest
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Commenced:
Submitted:
04/06/2015
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Anjuna, Goa, IN
Phone:
+919823196412
Climate zone:
Wet/Dry Tropical





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Alex Gushensky Bárbara Rocha Jehan de Maille Turon RS
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Regenerative Kitchen Garden & Food Forest

Project Type

Urban, Community, Philanthropic aid, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

Creation of a Kitchen Garden and Food Forest. Ecosystem regeneration, including seasonal rain water ground recharging, humans, and small livestock.

Project Description

Regeneration of land that for the last 20 years has had pioneer vegetation systematically burnt bi-annually, and the bare land lashed by monsoon rains annually. Erosion, dry, hard-baked land. Virtually zero biodiversity...5 coconut trees, a couple of Neem trees, a couple of tall spindly legumes. No signs of birds and other small animals.

Updates

12 June 2015

The rains have come and the first plants are in the ground.

Posted over 4 years ago (3 comments)

Day 4 – 6 June, 2015

The “shake-it” soil test.

Posted over 4 years ago (0 comments)

Day 3 – 5 June

Whaaaaat? There is topsoil?

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Day 2 – Evening – 4 June 2015

Is the Monsoon finally here?

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Day 2 - 4 June 2015

It’s stinking hot. India is in a heat wave. 35 degrees celcius, “feels like” 40. The ground is hard, parched. The sun is scorching. The JCB (earthmover) is onsite, ready to roll.

Posted over 4 years ago (0 comments)

Day 1 - 3 June 2015

Over twenty years of bi-annual burning of pioneer vegetation combined with an annual lashing of the land (3 metres of rainfall over three and a half months straight...

Posted over 4 years ago (0 comments)
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Peter Fernandes - Founder & Administrator Rosie Harding - Founder & Administrator
Team Members
Peter Fernandes - Team member Rosie Harding - Team member

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