In rural areas it happens that once a young girl produces children, she is abandoned to stay and fight for their lives, this is unimaginably hard. This is why we plan to find a way we can stay together, working as a community to share food and small profits so that everyone is supported and no one is left behind.
Abby Pulham, a former climate change political advisor and water engineer who now lives in Spain with her family on a beautiful traditional finca (farm) where she is pursuing her goals of homesteading, permaculture and regenerative agriculture in the form of food forestry talks to us about water, climate change
and living off-grid.
This morning I had the opportunity to take a walk around the farm without anyone else around and see all the little changes that have been happening lately. We have quite a few on-going projects at the moment that have been progressing nicely…