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Poland: "Deep Roots" a regenerative community centre seeks members

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Hey everyone,

We are finally in the last stage before buying a beautiful property with views on the mountains in a quite yet well connected place of south-west Poland, very close to Czech Republic (2hrs Prague) and Germany (2 hrs Dresden, 3 hrs Berlin). The property is designed for 5 families, each will have private ownership to one of the buildable plots (1500-2500 m2) and the right to access to the non-buildable part of the property (meadows, stream, forest), altogether 25 ha. The property is adjacent to an artistic village called Kopaniec, where there are German, Dutch, British and even Australians living. We are especially seeking families with small kids, as we have an on-site forest kindergarten and school running since 2 years (the school we would like to turn to bilingual English-Polish).

You can see more details on our website:
And about our forest school:

Contact us directly if interested:

Warm greetings, Noemi, Maciek, Leo (7) and Oli (3)
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View on "Cherry hill", the property
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View from the property to the mountains
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Beautiful pictures! Thanks for sharing.

I am a Canadian of Polish descent on both sides. My father was born here of Polish expats about 14 years after WWII, and my mother was born in Poland but came over with her family in 1966.

I am really glad to hear that permaculture is happening in the land of my ancestors, and I wish you all the best.

Please keep us posted. More pictures would be greatly appreciated. Let us know how it goes, and good luck!

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You can see the updates on our website. In June we are organizing a course on Water Resilience about which we are very excited. There will be plenty of pictures and videos to follow :

And we are still looking for people who are just as excited about regeneration as we are
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