FROM INDIVIDUALISM TO COLLECTIVITY

The forest is also a time to learn to share. From the beginning of the year, the students began to build cabins in the forest and, with the spring, they began to spontaneously make small gardens, sowing seeds that they brought from home: garlic, apple seeds, onions, … Taking advantage of this desire to cultivate, during the Forest Project a shared orchard and garden space has been devised where everyone can grow from seeds taken from home to small plants. The idea is that they go from this more private concept to the communal and shared. Thus, during the last day, borage, Calendula Oficialis and pumpkin seeds were sown. The idea is not to have a garden from which to get edible vegetables but rather a place to learn to take care of the plants that will later serve as organic matter to enrich the earth, where they can work cooperatively and generate a habit among themselves to learn to manage a community use of space.

2021-04-27T11:26:44+00:00 April 27th, 2021|