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From June 2015, we move to our half acre farmhouse in Northern Bulgaria and intend to turn it into a sustainable living centre and permaculture-learning farm, active and working, where all of our operations and activities are carried-out in the most environmentally-friendly, ecological and sustainable way as possible in one of the most beautiful, but poorer areas of Europe. Our work will start with and will focus on our grounds, and will extend to not only our local community, but also the global community as well through our various intended outreach, education and information & resource sharing initiatives. We hope to share and cultivate a new level of environmental learning to the area, by bringing together modern-day sustainable living/growing approaches with traditional local knowledge.

We would wish to illustrate what it means to operate as an ecologically-friendly and sustainable business, to share our tips and ideas with local businesses and families, and to connect directly with local communities to share all that we have to offer on healthy sustainable living. We offer anyone who shares our values and ideas to join us, either short or long term, the opportunity to stay with us and help our initiative grow.
Goodbye moon men. Hello tiny ad:
Building a Better World in your Backyard by Paul Wheaton and Shawn Klassen-Koop
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