Permaculture in Nir Moshe Village, Israel

Adamama farm in Nir Moshe village, Israel.Adamama, according to their web site, was founded in 2003 “for adopting ways of sustainable lifestyle, agriculture and recycling, and as a place for finding the balance between man and nature.”

And here’s an excerpt from a Haaretz article about “an anarchist group” in Nir Moshe.

“The journey began with a visit to Nir Moshe, where a group of anarchists lives and grows vegetables on an organic farm.”

A blogger called “gouldy” describes volunteering in Nir Moshe in a TravelPod post titled “Green Living next to Gaza” within the sound of bombs.

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