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GUANGA Permanente
GUANGA Permanente
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Oviedo, Asturias, ES
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate

Anne Wuchold Dalia Sendra Rodriguez Jan Åberg Kai Silva Lorenzo Costa S. Symens Tanjalee Kuhl Vanesa Presa
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GUANGA Permanente

Project Type

Rural, Residential, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

GUANGA Permanente is based on a rural area (4,7ha) in a cool-temperate climate zone at 400 masl, 30 km from the Cantabrian sea. We are working for it to be a self sustainable residential farm, as well as a demonstration center and a place in which we could show and investigate different degrowth alternatives, focusing on the development of educational programmes.

Project Description

As we have already exposed, our main goal is to create a sustainable system based on self-sufficiency that will guarantee supplies for a small family and visitors. Sharing the knowledge acquired is a key point for us, that’s why we also want to establish a demonstration center, a place in which we will show and investigate different degrowth alternatives for a rural environment that could offer solutions for the future challenges we face as society. Furthermore, we want to place education at the centre of our project, focusing on the development of workshops and programmes (for kids and adults) that will emphasize on three core ideas directly related with the ethical basis of permaculture: 1. Play: we want to encourage play as the best way of learning, as well as to develop cooperative, collaborative and respectful skills that can build a sense of community that will help us celebrate and recognize diversity as a valuable source that enriches communities. 2. Care: we think it’s crucial to provide open spaces to discuss and learn about healthy habits, the use of medicinal plants, seed keeping and to underline caring of land and people as essential for our personal growth. 3. Create: we also find decisive to potentiate imagination through different artistic approaches that will enable those immersed in the project to acquire valuable tools to explore new languages and problem solving abilities using their own creativity and the resources at hand. Finally, it’s important for us to highlight that these three main ideas will emphasize the need to address an active and compromised responsibility with the environment we inhabit. For workshops and programmes lasting more than one day, accommodation in a camping area will be offered.


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