My name is Jamie, I am exploring food autonomy and seeking closeness to nature. My home is a great place for a moment of solitude, a personal spiritual retreat or soul searching, workawayers will spent most of their working time alone in nature.
It is a simple setup with an emphasis in incorporating native and wild plants in the garden as well as medicinal plants. I also have goats and chickens for milk, eggs and meat. Located in a cozy valley, my house is very simple and has a wood stove, solar panel. It was constructed principally with surrounding materials including clay and wood. 15 minutes near the village of Fazenda das Lajes, a foot path through the forest, beautiful and isolated.
A great place for getting closer to earth and to yourself.
Proyectos de construcción y bricolaje
Cuidado de animales
Ayuda en una granja
Cuidado de niños y juegos creativos
Visitors would learn about wild plant foraging and natural alimentation/plant medicine and identifying plants. Also about natural building and natural/elemental living and gardening. A great place for experimentation also.
I need help with general garden work, fence maintenace, house and water system repair, goat keeping, and/or help with baby sitting baby girl. It is best for workawayers who are comfortable working alone and are self-motivated.
I will provide basic food necessities in the form of whole cereals; rice, buckwheat, beans, oats. Visitors are welcome to forage on anything in the garden.
Visitors will be sleeping in my wood forest house. There is a gas cookstove as well as a fireplace/cooking stove with oven. Dry toilet. Fire water heater with bath tub. I provide blankets and rugs for sleeping on as there are no conventional mattresses. I provide rice, beans and buckwheat plus other simple necessities for cooking.
The small village of Fazenda is a 15 minute walk away where there is a café and small grocery store. The villagers are kind and appreciate discretion.
Acceso a Internet
Acceso a Internet limitado
Puede alojar familias
Dogs welcome as long as they do not chase chickens or goats.
Más de dos
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week