Travis Britzke wrote:Old Coffee farm currently transforming into Abundant Forage Forest via ReGenerative PolyCulture
Cultivating Internal and External Paradise
10 years experience in tropical thrival and permaculture
excellent opportunity for adventurous and passionate types...
"The True Purpose of Farming is NOT the Growing of Food, Rather the Cultivation and Perfection of Human Beings" -Fukuoka Masanobu, O-Sensei
helen ps wrote:Hi Travis,
I find myself in Costa Rica right now after a workshop in Analog Forestry. Have done a bunch of volunteering and various courses. have a background in community "development" and traditional conservation, but have been trying to work in a more practical, real way with nature int the past few years and am trying to learn as much as I can, especially about holistic agro-forestry/reforestation/ecological restoration. My goal is to have a teeny piece of land of my own and a learning/meeting/liberation education/resource centre. Am a 45 year-old female from the UK. Are there options for coming and contributing there where you are and in what ways...how to start? Helen
helen perks wrote:Hi Fred,
Thanks! Perhaps I could even stop by on my way heading north and I am sure too in the future it would be great to learn from all your experience. I'll be in touch?
Misty Rayne wrote:OK so my question is this, how does one move to Costa Rica to begin with? My husband and I currently live in Canada. Also is english spoken much? What about health care? crime rate? is it safe? I have many questions if anyone is willing to take the time to answer. Thank you!, much appreciated!!