“The health of soil and water is the foundation upon which the health of the land-human community is built” –Ben Falk
Evening of music and songs
Permaculture and homesteading in cold climate
Wood harvest and process
Sharpen your tools
The cycle of water
Find and collect water
∞ PROGRAM ∞
Gather and connect with the elements of the creations.
Spend two days with Ben Falk and learn from his experience.
Understand the inter-relationship of humans with nature.
Find out how to have a positive and regenerating impact on the earth.
Put into practice the learning on concrete projects at the Sanctuary.
Connect with the sacred aspect of life and the universe in which we live.
Move forward and be an agent of change in the service of the common good.
Arrival: Friday 7 pm
Departure: Sunday 4 pm
What to bring :
> Swimsuit and bath towel.
> Warm clothes and rain gear.
> Tent, warm blanket, mattress, sleeping bag and pillow.
> Note book
> Drum, djambe, flute, musical instruments, if you wish.
∞ INCLUDE ∞
Two vegan meals per day and snacks.
Camping on site
* Free *
For the spirit of this event
In coherence with our vision, do not bring any alcohol or drugs at the Sanctuary.
Please leave all electronic device in your car or home so that we can connect in direct human way.
To participate in Alma Tierra’s events.
Write in your message your name, the dates, the event you want to participate and the name of the people if you are more than one. Make sure you have read the information about the retreat you are attending. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
∞ THE EXPERIENCE ∞
Come learn to live a lifestyle of self-sufficiency in synergy with nature.
How to see what the earth has to offer and how we can work with her, feed our selves and our community and give back to create a resilient and regenerative ecosystem. Harvest the wood, sharpen your tools, discover the water cycle and how to design a site to live at best with all beings.
Permaculture is a set of design principles centered on the thinking of whole systems, the simulation or direct use of the resilient models and characteristics observed in natural ecosystems. It uses these principles in a growing number of areas such as regenerative agriculture, reseeding and community resilience.
Homesteading is a way of life of self-sufficiency. It is characterized by subsistence farming, home food preservation and may also involve small-scale production of textiles, clothing and handicrafts for domestic use or for sale.