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Hello, we are creating something which could be described as a permafarm from end of october in the Sahara desert in Morocco.


next to the river Draa in Beni Ali right at the end of the valley

Actually it is not a real permafarm, it s sth 2 steps further down the path, sth like an AGNIHOTRA-ORGA-URKULT-BACKTO EDEN-FOOD FOREST

This is how it looks right now, but as you can see, once there s a little water applied everything becomes green

we will work with hugelbeete and will create a food forest BUT we will implement and experiment with agnihotra, electro-magneto culture and
several other techniques to develop a system which can be copied by everyone even without any prior knowledge on farming or gardening.

A system which will work in dry desert climate and which works as well in northern humid areas. Something which gives you maximum output with minimum input
becoming self sustaining after some time so you can leave for a 3 or 6 months holiday without the headache that you find that the plants died once you are back home

We already made lot of experiments in our garden in Germany and the results were promising to say the least.

Potatoes grew i meter high green and there were lots of huge potatoes in the ground beneath, carrots, beets, fruits and veggies, herbs
all plants grow faster, bigger and healthier,

no trouble with pests at all, all trouble we had this year was with the white beans which were eaten by the snails, completely, all other stuff untouched

they live beneath the salad and don t touch it because all our plants radiate strength and health, treating them with quartz sand, agnihotra
and other things shows amazing results and the work load this year was reduced to approximately ONE-TWO HOURS/DAY per 100m2 !!!

love your snails because they are your friends, they show you what
you don t want to eat because it s sick or dead and eat it for you

they never ever touched strong and healthy plants, yummy herbs and salads which you d
suspect they will eat in one single night they woudn t bother to get near

So now we create a permafarm which is no permafarm

we create some kind of agricultural paradise working with nature and restoring environmental energetic patterns with vedic techniques

it s a project you won t find somewhere else and we do have 2 spaces left for longtime volunteers, the other 4 rooms are occupied already,

we will build some clay houses, wofatis or half spheres, also one or the other pyramid, so next year there will be more space for volunteers

and yes of course, also couples are welcome, even families, we have 2 kids, age 2 and 5, just read first what you can and can not expect at our place
so you won t be disappointed when you arrive. it s here: http://www.agniculture.net/Workwithus.htm

Read a little through our page www.agniculture.net or have a look at the experiments i documented under www.michels.tv and if you feel this is for you
get in touch withus and we will find out if you and we will come together

Languages spoken are english, french, arabic, tamazight as well as castellano and some italian



Yeah, but how did the squirrel get in there? Was it because of the tiny ad?
full time farm crew job w/ housing
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