Small is important: integration and regeneration at a human scale
With Ernest Gibba and Maria Llanos del Corral
We are based in rural Spain, concretely in El Valle, Granada.
We are dedicated to the dignified and respectful integration of migrants and refugees and to promote an alternative to food production and consumption, an economy that puts people and planet at the centre: local, circular and social and a life in the rural areas where small scale and sustainable living is possible.
We run education and training programmes, we grow ecological veg to sell in veg boxes and to restaurants and eco shops, we organise socio cultural events in the village.
Since arriving we have been joined by new project members, migrants and refugees, producers, students, collaborators and volunteers who have supported this young project to take root.
We believe that through living locally and catalysing regenerative initiatives with others (in El Valle and further afield) we can together bring about sustained positive social and environmental change.