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Celebrating Earth Day

We celebrated Earth Day in company of the University of Almeria and other groups in the Natural Park where we live. We discovered a lot about the geology, flora and fauna; and we were reminded of their care and fragile … Continue reading

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The Easiest Bread In The World!

In an semi-epic personal journey of finding the simplest most intuitive naturally leavened bread possible, I have finally triumphed. Let the doves free! Cue an orchestra of angels! OK, so how did I do it? With a little help from my … Continue reading

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Sunseed Annual Report 2013

Our Annual Report of 2013 is now online! A big thank you to all volunteers and staff from last year. Please go to our Annual Report 2013 page to take a look

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Sunseed goes Sublime

Our new Sustainable Living Coordinator Markus is currently writing for the first international sustainable living magazine, Sublime. Here are his posts so far. We hope you enjoy them and continue to follow Mark and his reflections on Sunseed, sustainability and … Continue reading

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Adiós Fred

This week we bade farewell to our Garden Co-ordinator Fred who left us to continue his ecological adventures on a cycling trip around Andalucia and beyond, taking in other eco/gardens/community projects. Fred’s work here has been a pretty epic undertaking … Continue reading

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A family holiday at Sunseed

So what’s it like going to Sunseed if you are the parent of young children? The website tells you that, “children are welcome but they are the responsibility of their parents”, which doesn’t really tell you that much so I … Continue reading

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Spring photos from the gardens

Quince tree coming into leaf… .. . Ladybird on a borage plant – ladybirds are an organic gardener’s best friend as they have a huge appetite for aphids Harvesting peas – our autumn sown plants are now producing a lot … Continue reading

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Wonderful Chamomile…

Words, sketch and poem by Joanne Matthews (volunteering for 6 months) Self-seeding Chamomlie picked from Sunseeds gardens – Can be made into a tea, cold-tea lotion, moisturizer or soap. Has soothing and anti-inflammatory properties. Can be used for lightening fairhair, … Continue reading

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Retama sphareocarpa. Mycorrhiza trials

This mycorrhiza trail is part of Sunseed’s ongoing efforts to combat desertification through increasing vegetation cover and reducing evaporation and run-off. One of the challenges in repairing ecosystems in degraded semi-arid soil is the improvement of the rhizosphere along the … Continue reading

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