Animals on the Farmstead  & Permaculture Projects

We run our little farm in a way that makes sense and allows us to work with nature, while obtaining a good yield; permaculture does just that. It incorporates landscaping, architecture, growing fruit and vegetables and keeping animals into one big design. I have a permaculture design certificate which I got in 2014; now we moved to Spain, I'm putting it into practice. We did a lot of earthworks (including swales, ponds and trenches), rebuilt one tiny house and built a really big one, started three different vegetable gardens, are taking care of our many trees (about 250 productive trees so far, and counting) and raising animals. We keep chickens for eggs mainly (and meat, if we have extra roosters) and will soon be getting our first alpacas (expected July 2017).