"We must turn all our resources to repairing the natural world, and train all our young people to help. They want to; we need to give them this last chance to create forests, soils, clean waters, clean energies, secure communities, stable regions and to know how to do it from hands on experience." Bill Mollison
The IES Antonio Machado was our first visit in November 2019. They engaged in activities such as improving a keyhole vegetable garden, planting part of the autochthonous hedge, making seaweed liquid fertiliser or learning why our attempts at making biochar did not work, that time.
The learning process with school visits is reciprocal. Their curiosity, sense of fun, engagement and questions keep us on our toes!
And there are always opportunities to discover something exciting in the land!
Our wonderful photographer captured these moments of the school visit, to find out more about his work, follow the link below.