The Climate Compliance Conference is supporting Selly and the Rose Hall community to establish an organic model garden designed according the permaculture philosophy.
The project started in January 2015, the main goal is to provide a demonstration and education site for farmers and neighborhood communities, teach local people that is possible to grow organic and healthy food for a whole family or even the whole village.
The aim of the project is to establish a long-term success of an organic and sustainable way of living in the community of Rose Hall.
The project is very important, because some other gardens and farms have been established for years using fertilizer and pesticides, and the project wants to show and prove to the farmers that it is possible to start a new natural and healthy way of growing food and selling organic vegetables.
This site will become a really useful part to educate, raise the awareness and spread the word of growing local and organic.
One part important of the work is to reuse materials like pallets for the tools shelf and shelter and tires to broad the road and plant vetiver inside to stop the soil erosion from the road.