Africa das Joaninhas
Africa das Joaninhas
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Commenced:
01/09/2008
Submitted:
06/01/2012
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Alpiarça, Alpiarça, Ribatejo, PT
Phone:
+351 937659091
Website:
www.africadasjoaninhas.com
Climate zone:
Mediterranean





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António Monteiro Francisco Amaral Hubert de Kalbermatten Jorge Coelho Maria Fernanda Silva myriam parth pedro joel Pedro Serpa ruth gabriel Samuel Lauwers Silvia Floresta Simão Pedro Vanessa Lazera
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Africa das Joaninhas

Project Type

Rural

Project Summary

This is a project based on farming as the economic main resource. The objective is to create sustainability and ecological conscience. The main key is to work with the local communities and to create self sustainability. My focus at the moment is the garden, that I develop using permaculture ideas and as main inspiration Emilia Hazelip works.

Project Description

The farm has 1,5ha. I've been working there since 2008.

I already pass to a lot of phases on my work. Know I'm focus on increased the garden and the conditions for hosting volunteers.

I have a little house with more or less 20m2, with fireplace, that was already there when I start to work on the farm. The farm is a family farm. I'm building a dry toilet. I have two showers, one solar.

I don't live there yet and that is one of my biggest objectives.

For this year I plan to:

Build a dry toilet

Increase the vegetable garden

Make a roof and floor for the kitchen

Start a Forest Garden

Make more ponds

...

Updates

Building of a Compost Toilet

On the 29 to the 31 of January, we going to do a gathering for buildibng a new dry toilet. MOre information on: www.africadasjoaninhas.com

Posted over 5 years ago (0 comments)

Building of a Compost Toilet

On the 29 to the 31 of January, we going to do a gathering for buildibng a new dry toilet. MOre information on: www.africadasjoaninhas.com

Posted over 5 years ago (0 comments)

The work on the Garden

Mainly photos

Posted over 5 years ago (0 comments)
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