I'm 67, French born but living in Australia for 55 years, my wife is 63 and Australian born, and we live togeher in our apple packing shed until he new build is livable.
I'm an environmentalist with a true understanding of sustainability, and I have a Permaculture Design Certificate and Diploma in renewable Energy Technology. I'm keen to share information on how to achieve sustainable living.
Our ten star energy efficient permaculture house is almost finished. Anyone interested in permarchitecture would find this aspect of our project particularly interesting.
We currently need help building goat proof fences, and the apple season is almost upon us....
Now that the house is practically finished, we will need a lot of help with the garden and farm which have been neglected for too long now.
Permaculture being a design system for sustainable living and not just a gardening system, a permaculture house is actually the core of the system. Its design, placement, energising, attachment to the environment (dealing with waste and waste water for instance) is as important as the garden and/or food forest.
So if you're interested in learning more about eco housing, the Fanny Farm is for you!
Unfortunately, as I am of the opinion veganism is neither sustainable nor a fit for permaculture design, I have reluctantly decided to no longer accept vegans. Vegetarians welcome.....
There's always lots to learn here.
Cooking / shopping
Help with Eco project
I have expertise in sustainability generally. Anyone interested in sustainable living will learn a lot from me. I'm well traveled, and speak fluent French.
Currently setting up a permaculture farm, including building a state of the art solar powered house.
I need help with fencing, building, and general permaculture farming work.
Well insulated sleeping quarters for two (or more if willing to share a small room) in a 50 year old apple packing shed, with a kitchen, modern odorless compost toilet, and hot shower.
I'm a great cook too!
There is a lot to see around this part of Tasmania. The Tahune Airwalk is close by, as is the Hartz Mountain National Park. South of here are fishing spots, caves, hot springs, and 250 year old archaeological French settlement ruins. Plus the Huon Valley is a drop dead gorgeous part of the world. We are just 65km from Hobart, with regular bus services to and from there.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week