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El Expejo - Permacultura
El Expejo - Permacultura
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27/06/2011
Last updated:
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Community El aguaje de Espejo, Apaseo el Alto, Guanajuato, MX
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Rainwater harvesting, Earthbag construction, Zone 1 designing

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Posted by Oscar Torres almost 7 years ago

Volunteer in El Expejo in February 2014

Hola amigos del El Expejo | Permacultura!

 

During February 2014 we will accept volunteers

Learn by doing:

- Infiltration swales.

- Zone 1 Design.

- Earth-bag housing.

- Rocket stove building. 

We will also take a look on what lessons we have learned during the last 3 years:

Reservoir

Earth-bag house

Terraces

Lombricompost

Agroforestry system

 

WHERE: El Aguaje el Espejo rural community

WHEN: Feb 1st to 28th

HOW MUCH: Ur hands on the dirt ;)

Accommodation: Camping on site and also we will be able to accommodate about 4-6 people in our earth-bag house on a first come, first serve base. Water, breakfast and lunch will be provided.

MORE INFO: [email protected]

 

See you there and have a good year the Permaculture way!

Abrazos

 

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Jeinny Solis
Jeinny Solis : Great news!!! I'll be there. Congratulations Oscar, this is really exiting!
Posted almost 7 years ago

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