El Espino
El Espino
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Commenced:
01/01/2011
Submitted:
23/03/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Los Lirios s/n, Cauquenes, Maule, CL
Website:
http://elespino.bligoo.cl
Climate zone:
Mediterranean





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El Espino

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Rural, Community, Educational

Project Summary

we are a family organization dedicated to develope a sustainable life system in 150 hectare of deserted soil and little amounts of water

Project Description

Somos una organización de familia y amigos dedicada a desarrollar un modelo de vida sustentable en una parcela de  150 hectáreas de terreno degradado y con poca disponibilidad de agua.

lunch time

Nuestra comunidad sufre las consecuencias de la desertificación lo que conlleva desplazamiento de población campesina a las periferias de ciudades que no son capaces de absorber esta mano de obra, generándose graves problemas sociales, además de la pérdida progresiva de suelo y agua en los campos, debido al mal uso de la tierra a través de monocultivos y sobre pastoreo.

Aplicando las herramientas de diseño de la Permacultura y nuestros conocimientos en diversas áreas relacionadas, desarrollamos un modelo para enseñar a la comunidad a recuperar los suelos y satisfacer sus necesidades en armonía con el medio ambiente

terranauts

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our community suffers the consequences of desertification that means people from fields to the suburbs that cannot take this workforce meaning social issues, gradual loss of the soil and water from the fields by bad farming techniques

using the design tools from permaculture and our knowledge in many connected fields, we develope a model to teach the community to recover the soil and match their necessities in harmony with the environment

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april at El Espino

happy days and hard days here in the drylands

Posted about 6 years ago (0 comments)

summer in "el espino"

shaping the future between dry lands and good people

Posted about 6 years ago (0 comments)
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