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We’re four weeks into our new fossil fuel-free Permaculture & gift economy-based project (which is called An Teach Saor, Gaeilge for The Free House) and today we installed our first Humanure toilet, as part of an overall composting system that’s detailed and recommended by composting experts Joseph Jenkins and Nicky Scott. It’s also a symbolic occasion, as I believe that how we deal with our shit (using it to fertilise the Earth versus using it to pollute our waterways) reflects how we partake in the world.Here’s a picture of it below, with sawdust in the old cistern!

An Teach Saor is our new land based project which we (myself, Jessica Peaand Tom Smith) have started in Galway, Ireland, where we aim to merge fossil-fuel free Permaculture methods, gift economics, Wild food, forest gardening, freeskilling, education (free courses and workshops), home-brewing, Irish music and language, herbalism, perennials, natural building, no-dig annual veg production, freecycling, writing, storytelling, bushcraft, off-grid living (solar PV & thermal, spring water), events and much more into one holistic culture. We’ve been working around the clock for the last month and things are really starting to look exciting.

We want to be Free in every sense of the word.

Foto: We're four weeks into our new fossil fuel-free Permaculture & gift economy-based project (which is called An Teach Saor, Gaeilge for The Free House) and today we installed our first Humanure toilet, as part of an overall composting system that's detailed and recommended by composting experts Joseph Jenkins and Nicky Scott. It's also a symbolic occasion, as I believe that how we deal with our shit (using it to fertilise the Earth versus using it to pollute our waterways) reflects how we partake in the world.</p>
<p>Here's a picture of it below, with sawdust in the old cistern!</p>
<p>An Teach Saor is our new land based project which we (myself, Jessica Pea and Tom Smith) have started in Galway, Ireland, where we aim to merge fossil-fuel free Permaculture methods, gift economics, Wild food, forest gardening, freeskilling, education (free courses and workshops), home-brewing, Irish music and language, herbalism, perennials, natural building, no-dig annual veg production, freecycling, writing, storytelling, bushcraft, off-grid living (solar PV & thermal, spring water), events and much more into one holistic culture. We've been working around the clock for the last month and things are really starting to look exciting. </p>
<p>We want to be Free in every sense of the word.
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