The Source Farm is a multi-cultural, intergenerational eco-village, located in Johns Town, in the parish of St. Thomas, Jamaica.
Our ecological mission and vision is to respect Natural life, its systems and processes - preserving wildlife and botanical habitat, and creating a life-style that regenerates, rather than diminishing the integrity of THE SOURCE FARM environment.
En una dinámica de más de tres mil millones de años, la naturaleza perfecciono verdaderas comunidades de plantas, animales, microorganismos... Mucho podría aprenderse de ella y sus ecosistemas.
La oportunidad es, cómo extender las bondades observadas en los sistemas naturales a los asentamientos humanos:
Cómo superar la cultura generadora de la visión que sustenta los actuales modelos agrícolas. Arquitectónicos, de salud, tecnológicos…
Cómo prescindir, por contaminantes y adictivos, de los predominantes sistemas de producción/consumo.
I am looking for people interested in helping start an eco-community in the Bahamas, using the principles of permaculture. The community would have an agricultural focus and members should be willing and able to work in the field.
The project is just in the planning stage at this time. Purchase of land and set-up of farm and individual dwellings would be the intial step.
Eco-Village Sol has the mission of becoming Curacao and the Caribbean first 100% self-sustainable community and tourism eco village dedicated to environmental and sustainable research, collaboration and education.
Eco-Village Sol will be seen both as a model of a new way of living, and as a place to heal, grow and re-awaken deeper aspects of ourselves that we have forgotten and lost in the frantic and hectic pace of our industrialized world.
The Conscious Life Commmunity Project consists of an ecovillage, a community center, organic community garden, an eco science village/institute and and eco resort.
The project has started officially in 2015. The intention and ideas have been around for years.
Vilaj Espwa is a farming community/orphanage located in southern Haiti. Sustainable living [respecting mother nature] is our goal as we prepare children for the future. Children are learning basic life skills using appropriate technology.
The Tapovan Project is envisioned as ecologically driven communities that evolve in consciousness at every level, whilst living in harmonious co-existence with all of Nature. These model communities will be based on the principles of spirituality, sustainability and environment. They will promote research and education in these areas in the interests of reuniting ancient teachings with modern technology, whilst seeking to preserve and expand indigenous knowledge. Living close to nature will encourage greater self-sufficiency and conservation.
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