See you soon!
I had the opportunity to meet Linda at the beginning of the year in a course of design in permaculture, it was there where she told me about La Jarilla and The European Solidarity Corps, not knowing that in the not too distant future I’ll become a temporary part of her project. During these months has not only been a professional sharing full of learning and joy, living together has been a big part of this experience, has allowed us to know each other more, learn from each other, acquire tools when discussing our opinions in a non-violent and constructive way. Really this family has been a school for me, I leave here prepared to face, or rather, embrace community life taking into account that we are in a continuous learning, in a continuous sharing.
Our daily life here has been very diverse, the activities have varied according to the priorities of the moment; between the maintenance of the garden and the maintenance of animals and bioconstruction, there have always been creative and educational spaces for us.
We use recycled materials to improve the aesthetics of the home, we transform old tires into beautiful planters.