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Nuts and Bolts | Sustainable for a Future
Sustainable for a Future

Nuts and Bolts


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In a nutshell, we are building gardens for staple crops, we are building small fairy/hobbit shelters from natural and or recycled material.s, we are growing herbs for medicine, we are without electricity and running water and we live to the beat of the natural rhythms of Mother Earth.

We align ourselves with the idea that we must live as close to how our ancestors have lived as possible therefore we remain without certain amenities.

There are so many subtle nuances to what we are doing that the best thing to do if you are curious is ask or better yet, VISIT!