1. SAVE WATER
Please do not waste water. For watering take water from the concrete pond, in there are fishes, please do not pollute the water and keep the pond covered for security reasons.
2. WATCH YOUR DOG
Dogs may enter the territory of the garden, but we ask you to watch them. Better to keep dogs on a leash 🙂
3. WE DO NOT MAKE CAMPFIRES
...unless exceptional opportunity. Barbecue yes.
4. CAUTION WITH STIMULATNS
...we mean alcohol and drugs. Please do not dump cigarette butts.
5. GARDEN CLOSING
Due to the safety of plants and animals (hives, fish), the garden remains closed at night.
6. DO NOT USE CHEMICALS
No chemical fertilzers and pesticides. We use natural methods of gardening.
7. CUT GRASS MANUALY
(Traditional scythe or sickle). We do not use petrol mowers due to noise, air pollution and the harm small animals, primarily insects.
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...lectures, lessons and training for all age groups from kindergarten to seniors:)
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Our garden is a place where the plant rights are respected on an equal level with the rights of animals and humans, where ethical principles of permaculture are observed: we take care not only of people, but of the ecosystem above all, and the fair distribution of goods (fair share) ...hence in the garden we share also the "weeds" and the rest of "pests":)
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In the garden (as well as on this website and fb profile) we are guided by the ethical principles: 1. care of the earth, 2. care of people and 3. fair share... These are the principles of permaculture.
Fair share we understand also as sharing with wild animals for example houses for birds, insects...
For better understanding of our principles we indicate the concepts as biophilia, deep ecology, Gaia theory... In the holistic philosophy - everything is interconnected, we are part of the universe... and of course the ethics of moderation rooted in the ancient masters outlook, for example, Epicurus and Lao Tzu...
Why we should compost? Watch the video below 🙂
polish version: otokompost.pl
Wolna sobota... Na zdjęciu: Magda, Ireneusz oraz Robert. Robert jest Niemcem z Karlsruhe, studiował zrównoważony rozwój w Holandii, a teraz jest w wakacyjnej podróży po południowej Polsce. Do naszego ogrodu trafił dzięki wyszukiwarce google 🙂 Wpisał "sustainable development kraków" i dostał adres naszego permakulturowego ogrodu społecznościowego. Biorę to za komplement 🙂