Hi, I am Milda :) I live in the beautiful countryside of Lithuania with two cats - Spirgis and Cika and two dogs - Agape and Taiga. I would say that I live a very down to earth life, where nature plays a very big part. I guess it is also rather important to mention here, that I live a rather clean lifestyle (oh, I don't know is this the best word for it, but it is the only one I have now). So it means, that I mostly eat vegan food and there is a lot of raw food in my diet. However, I do have my share of chocolate (some things are just too difficult to say goodbye to, but I am working on it :)) I also do not smoke, drink alcohol or use any kind of drugs or medicine plants. But I do like to dance, sing and swim :) I would really appreciate if the people who decide to come here would also prefer this kind of lifestyle, or at least would see it as a retreat and try to live as clean a possible :)
About the project itself. This year is a lot about gardening. Now it is mainly importatnt to prepare the vegetable garden for winter, to pick up vagetables and store them.
The house is big and cozy. There is hot running water in the kitcen, but the toilet is outdoors. There is no shower, just a wonderful lake :)
DIY and building projects
Creating/ Cooking family meals
Help with Eco Projects
Help around the house
You could learn a lot about nature, gardening and an eco way of living. :)
I am mainly looking for people who could help with the garden and maintaining the land, helping out with the house etc..
I live in an oldish renovated log house which is my main roof. However, the biggest part of the year I sleep outdoors in a shed. You could sleep in the house. :) There is hot running water in the kitchen, althought the toilet is an outdoor one and bathing happens in the lake :)
I am also a co-creator of a beautiful community school, which is just 20km away from me. If you would be interested, we could definitely visit it.
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