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Ruta Ahimsa - Mexico
Ruta Ahimsa - Mexico
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Queretaro, Queretaro, MX
52 442 212 14 50
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Ruta Ahimsa - Mexico

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Urban Permaculture Project Dedicated to promote permaculture in the city of Queretaro in Mexico, we have redesigned a house using permaculture principles to innovate ambient friendly solutions to the urban life, in our home, we have organic orchid, every meal we have here includes about 20% homegrown, but we are constantly increasing that number... we have a dry composting toilet, we collect urine an use it as fetilizer, we use our gray waters to water part of our orchid, we have an adobe oven, a green roof, solar oven and water heater, seed bank, a small eco shop were we sell things we produce or from other responsable producer, a bicycle-blender, an earthworms compost and we capture rainwater (600L capacity)

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We sustain our projects by giving or organizing permaculture related workshops and also as urban permaculture consultants in Queretaro, Mexico


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