Sustainable Lifestyle (Bernkastel-Kues)
Description: In the age of climate change and global injustice, we ask ourselves if we have to change our consumption-oriented and resource-wasting lifestyle. A person who practices a consistently natural life is Friedmunt Sonnemann. He owns 4 hectares of land, situated in a forest near the small wine and tourist town of Bernkastel-Kues. He cultivates plants which are threatened or endangered and sells the seeds to various garden plot holders. The hut where he resides has neither a water pipe nor electricity, and the road leading to it is not paved. Life in this remote area (it is a one-hour walk uphill from the village) is not suitable for everyone, so the volunteers must be able to adapt to simple living conditions, live an organic lifestyle and be willing to avoid waste. Challenge accepted?!
Type of Work: Depending on the weather conditions: working in the fields (cultivation, weeding); construction of the house - with loam and straw and other manual work
Study Theme: Botany; discussion about the extinction of rare crops
Accommodation: Living room, spring water and a telephone are available; You will be accommodated in the barn, have a kitchen to cook; Compost toilet
Only vegetarian food!
Requirements: Ability to adapt to very basic conditions; to work physically 6 hours per day
Notes: Leave your phone at home and experience life without internet access and a permanently tinkling device! Please carry a backpack instead of a trolley case, since you walk 1 hour to your camp.
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Promoted camp: Malaysia
MY-SCI 11.2 Meditation and Natural Farming at 1,135 Metres Above Sea Level
11 Dec 2018 - 21 Dec 2018
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