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Learn how to run a permaculture / natural farm, chopping down the jungle now and then, gathering and processing food, looking after the chickens, ducks, dog and cat, odd repair and natural building projects around the house, yurt and shed, making seed balls and any other projects you might come up with! We would be glad to have your help :)Learn more
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5 Learning about sustainability
5 Developing environmental awareness
5 Get in touch with nature
4 Meeting locals
4 Immersing in the local culture
2 Developing social awareness
Heiko and Susan are absolutely lovely. I stayed in their farm for two weeks looking after the ducks, the chickens and Ted (he's a wonderful cat). The duties were really easy; feed the animals and water the plants. They were abroad during 12 days so I was on my own in the farm, but I spent the two first days with them. We shared interesting chats and tasty food. Heiko passed me on his knowledge about permaculture and he showed me what I had to do.
13 days ago
If you want to learn about foraging and permaculture, Heiko is definitely your guy! We foraged for seaweeds and other things on the shore, as well as in the forest. Heiko cooked really nice food every evening, often using foraged foods, and you get to enjoy free range eggs from their chickens and ducks. I felt very healthy, nourished, and sustainable whilst I lived there,and I have been inspired to take a permaculture course to learn further how to implement this way of life for myself in the future.
about 1 month ago
Heiko and Susan are the most lovely people I've ever seen. They are open to teach me how to do the work and enjoy the experience. I'll be eternally grateful that they helped me in a really bad moment as I was part of the family. The peninsula is beautiful and the food really good
12 months ago
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