Erkan 32 and Tamahine 28 bought the 3 acres of land 2 years ago and have recently created an eco-farm, which is an official ecological site registered
with G.E.N Europe. The farm produces an average of 50 kgs of olives and 600 kgs of olive oil each year. Tamahine is a yoga teacher and runs workshops on
the land which the volunteers will be able to join in.
The accommodation is a range of native tents such as tee-pee's and Indian tents. All the farm food is vegetarian and cooked on natural fire and meals
are held together in a food circle around a fireplace. They target minimum waste through minimum consumption and proper division of waste. All food waste is suitably composted. No chemicals are used on the site, natural soaps are used for cleaning. The farm is not connected to city electric, electricity is produced by solar panels and a small wind generator.
The environment is gradual sloping countryside with a high rate of oxygen. There are great views and a biological riches that supports much wildlife
such as squirrels, hawks and many smaller birds, deer, tortoises, mice, rabbits and hedgehogs, fish, frogs and crabs, as well snakes and scorpions and the village animals such as sheep, goats, donkeys, horses and chickens.
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