We live semi-offgrid on a 20 acre farm in a traditionally built log home with wood burning stoves. We moved here in the spring of 2015 to build a hamlet of natural homes and live off the land following the One Planet guidelines used by Lammas ecoVillage in Wales. Already established are apple trees, grape vine, raspberry, redcurrant and gooseberry bushes which we intend to extend following food forest principles. The farm includes three barns, water well, two ponds and about 3 acres of mixed woodland.
DIY and building projects
Help with Eco Projects
Gardening work is wide and varied from scything the meadow and picking fruit all the way up to managing the woodland. When we are building the techniques used will be with natural materials like stone, roundwood timbers, straw and clay.
If you are visiting soon you'll be living in the house with us in a common room for visitors but you are welcome to pitch a tent if you prefer. Once we have converted one of the barns to a cottage that will provide additional accommodation.
We are in a very quiet beautiful spot 10 minutes walk through the woods to a large lake suitable for swimming and fishing. Moletai, our local town is a 15 minute drive and Vilnius is 70km away, an hour on the bus for 5 Euro. Wildlife here is prolific with lots of foraging opportunities and many birds, butterflies, dear, boar and more ...
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week