A derelict piece of land in Mallorca, without electricity or running water, will be converted into a fertile forest garden within 10 years. The whole process will be documented via Youtube and social media, in order to motivate sustainability beginners to a more natural lifestyle. In addition, workshops on the topics of regenerative agriculture, sustainability, permaculture, sustainable building and self-sufficient systems are offered on the property. The property will also be used for experimenting and trying out new solutions. Working on ideas for a greener future.
Platform for courses and workshops
Living with nature
Learn & experience
course room, recreation, pool, facilities, chicken
Afforestation, wild life, woodland
Vegetable garden agro-forestry, organic orchard
Permaculture means working with nature, not against it. Therefore, the land will have three main functions: It will provide a living area, where we will also teach knowledge of sustainable living, it will provide food for us, guests and possibly others and it will provide a natural habitat for wildlife and nature. The three functions work hand in hand and restore the circle of nature.
The land is cultivated according to permaculture principles (holistic, regenerative and organic).
A quarter of the property is being afforested and used as a habitat for wild animals and native plants.
The property is used to host workshops, events on sustainable topics and farm-to-table dinners.
The harvest is used to feed the participants, of workshops helpers and others.
Rainwater is collected and used for showers and watering the garden.
There will be a camping site where course participants will be accommodated.
All buildings are built from renewable or local materials.
The wastewater (= gray water) from the showers and washing machine is used to irrigate the forest garden.
The buildings are energy and water self-sufficient, i.e. not connected to the electricity or water network.
In times of climate change, everyone is talking about the problems, but only a few people are showing solutions. People have lost their connection to live with nature, but there are many sustainable alternatives for housing, agriculture and our daily life in general. The principles of permaculture are useful guidelines to implement nature back into our culture.
Many people have lost the connection and thus the knowledge for the productive use of nature. However, this knowledge is essential if we are to master the climatic difficulties that are ahead of us. Permaculture provides the principles for this. I would like to show this on a piece of property and convey it to others, and thus show how we can live naturally, self-sufficiently and still comfortably.