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PermaKamp Ogumce Campus
PermaKamp Ogumce Campus
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Ogumce Village, Istanbul, TR
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Alper Can Kılıç Ceren Özcan Tatar Ceyhun Enki Aksan kamuran kestek MEHMET ALİ ÖZRUH Mehmet Gökhan Gökçen Melih  Mutluay Monica Pereira Tavil Sinasi Karabay
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PermaKamp Ogumce Campus

Project Type

Urban, Rural, Community

Project Summary

The creation of the child friendly Joint Habitats Project : produce real food around cities within the specified land that designed through Permaculture principles.

Project Description

Most of us live in crowded metropolitan areas. Constantly entering our lives new foods and new activities to meet the needs of the crowd. The majority of these innovations is not in our favor. The soil , the trees , the animals are far from us. We have no choice that products marketed to us even said natural and organic produced by intensive chemicak spraying. Furthermore, we are stucked to designed green grass without any harvest. Harmless and healthy food can not be reached easily or we are forced to spend most of our time and our money to achieve them. Our children exhibits nature deprivation significantly. We do not accept this kind of city life.Now we're part of the problem but we want to become a part of the solution. Project is based on the idea that, group of people can produce their own healty food with their children upon the permaculture principles, even to the closer geography to the biggest city of Turkey, Istanbul. Transformation of urban individual attitude through out rural experiences is one of the other crucial objectives of the Project. This project is realized with many zone of influences besides many benefits, such as not have to move from İstanbul (metropolis with its many potentials) but also creating variable areas to produce more with decreased resources , consume less and still preserving Permaculture ethics theory. The project consists of many features and domain.All of these formations must be designed and operated with the correct and ethical rules.Basically avoid damage to nature but also to observe the benefits of resource participants and most importantly provide an increased use of soil and nutrients. Current developments can be followed through our web site www.permakamp.com and facebook group Permakamp. Although both are in Turkish photos can tell you all the stages of process.


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G.GAMZE OZKAN - Admin Zafer Agah Kocer - Admin
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Alpay Oğuş - Team member Ayse İnhan - Team member

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