Quinta do Vale da Lama
Quinta do Vale da Lama
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01/02/2011
Submitted:
12/04/2012
Last updated:
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Odiáxere, Algarve, PT
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Mediterranean





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Daily Life in Quinta do Vale da Lama, by Fernanda Silva (Part II)

Project: Quinta do Vale da Lama

Posted by Walt Ludwick about 7 years ago

Daily works go on in Vale da Lama, weed, seed, plant, harvest, irrigation, improve the beds and prepare new ones, new compost toilets, maintain and prepare new compost and new courses will come.

- Bio Construction course is being prepared by Nuno Mamede (Image nº1).
- The Yurt was replaced and built up again, a hard job to do which bring back to Vale da Lama, for a few days, our dearest friend Biri who worked for us more than 4 years. (2, 3, 4 and 5).
- A pond for water catchment was cleaned (6).
- Compost piles to improve the soil are one of the tasks to monitored day by day (7).
- New beds were improved and made some new ones (8).
- The pome grenades are ready to harvest (9).
- Pome grenades are one of the season’s fruit to eat and also to be processed into delicious flavors for the winter (10).
- Pome grenade juice to drink fresh (11).
- Pome grenade juice to drink during the winter season (12).
- Pome grenade honey to taste or for different recipes (13 and 14).
- Seeding in the green house to be planted later in the food forest (15).
- New friends arrived, Vale da Lama chickens (16).
- One more chicken tractor is being constructed (17 and 18).
- New compost toilets were built and are ready to be used, wonderful :) (19 and 20).
- More soaps ready to wrap and use (21).
- This time we wrap it green, with fig trees leaves (22, 23 and 24).
- We ended the Vale da Lama news with a daily and usual image… playing music (25)

Click here to see all the pictures and more info about Vale da Lama Institute.

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