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Host CE095

Adagatiya is the home of a young family. We are striving towards sustainable living in harmony with the cycles of nature. We are also a platform for arts, workshops and community projects.

We like to welcome energetic people of all ages and experience levels to live and work with our family to establish a healthy, sustainable and creative place for our children to grow up in.

We are gardening and caring for a little herd of goats, there are natural building projects where we can teach stone and clay building techniques and would be happy for some more carpentry expertise or simply two more strong and willing hands.

If you are ambitious and want to use our space as a platform for creation, learning, teaching of any sort please do also contact us and share your ideas!

What to bring:
-Tent, sleeping bag, head light and rain proof clothes.
-If another arrangement for accommodation is needed please let us know.

What's going on right now:
- Autumn 2018: Olive harvest! Also, Building a shower, closing the Roundhouse and improving the stables.
- Spring/Summer 2018: Building an annex to the house and developing an integral "Zone One" including garden, orchard and animals.
- Summer 2017: Regardless if you have previous experience with any natural building or if you are just very motivated to learn, join our group effort to create some beautiful structures this summer working with clay, straw, stone and timber.

We have English, German, Hebrew and Portuguese speakers around. So choose the language of your preference. :)

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Host information
Region
Centro
Area
10ha
Animals
Goats, dogs, cats and 4 chickens
Languages
Mainly English
Diet
Mostly vegetarian but can support all eating requirements
Ecological
100%
Preferred length of stay
We're good with short or long term stay
We grow and collect seeds for our own use
Yes
We produce renewable energy (wind, sun, etc)
Yes