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Moshav Ramot
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 1 hectar
Persons: 4
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 27752
Country: Israel

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Last Updated: March 9, 2014

We are a family of five: mother Debi, father Sammy three children aged six and a half, four and a two months old baby. A few months ago we moved to Village Ramot, next to the Sea of Galilee, following the desire to be closer to nature and close to the earth by growing healthy yummy nutritious and sustainable food. We learnt and keep learning permaculture for several years and we enjoy attempting to apply permaculture principles and designs to what we do. Our goal is to live a sustainable lifestyle for us and the environment. We spend our time growing an organic mango plantation, a Food Forest trees nursery and a vegetable’s garden around the house. At this point of our lives our children are homeschooling. We will be happy to host volunteers who feel our lifestyle suits them.

We will be happy to have some help taking care of the vegetable's garden, the tree's nursery, the mango plantation and many other stuff we do in the farm.

We speak Hebrew, English and Spanish.
We are vegan, that means our alimentation is based on fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds, roots, grains and legumes. Some of us eat raw 80/10/10.

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