shamballa
shamballa
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Commenced:
01/06/2011
Submitted:
17/03/2013
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
las gramillas s/n, san marcos sierras, cordoba, AR
Website:
shamballapermaculture.com
Climate zone:
Warm Temperate





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Kandace Connell Marcus Pan Renato Costa Tobias Messmer
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shamballa

Project Type

Rural, Intentional Communities, Educational, Permaculture Local Group Transition Town Permablitz

Project Summary

Living a sustainable life in Argentina....

Project Description

Shamballa was born from a vision, a vision that involves us, living simply, creating new lifestyles that are harmonious with natural systems.  This is our adventure in self reliance and sustainability, we are all learning and experimenting with new ways of relating to nature and the community around us.

Permaculture ideas, ethics and design principles give us the framework to explore and recreate new ways to do things.

Ways to provide our own food, our own shelter, our own medicine and most of the things that  involved our daily lives.  The ethics encourage us to seek new models of social and economic  interactions.

At shamballa it is not just about the gardening, the natural buildings or the swales….it is all that, but most important is to live a real life, a life that is in our hands and with others that share the same vision.  Designing together regenerative systems that works for everybody involved, addressing the needs of all, so that we can move harmoniously forward into the future.

We are here to increase awareness of ecological and social regenerative practices through examples and learning opportunities, and create a beautiful sanctuary to live in and share with others, inspiring a bountiful life.

We hope people reconnect to nature, themselves and the community in a new and enlightened way.

Shamballa provides sustainable living solutions, so we can be the change we want to see in the world.

 

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New website...!!!!

www.shamballapermaculture.com

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