La Chispa Recommends
June 6 – 8: Jasmuheen workshop
06/06/2014 - 08/06/2014
Jan 8 – 20: Permaculture Design Course
08/01/2014 - 20/01/2014
Dec 14: Healing Workshop
Dec 7 & 8: Yoga and Ayurveda Weekend
07/12/2013 - 08/12/2013
Dec 5: Yoga teacher training in India
05/12/2013 - 01/01/2013
- June 6 – 8: Jasmuheen workshop
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One might think that heading into summer rather than autumn would be a better time to start learning about raw food ‘cooking’ but as I was to find out there is a lot more to a ‘raw’ meal than simple salads, and dishes can still be warm and hearty like the ‘falafels and cous cous’ we ‘cooked-up’ on my first raw food workshop.
Mind you, autumn in southern Spain can still feel like a hot summer’s day, so perhaps this is one place that is ideally … Continue reading
Grow Crowd is now available internationally at the Apple AppStore. This is a revolutionary system of direct communication between farmers and consumers via mobile phone technology. Simply put it´s an app in favour of a sustainable, re-localised food system. It´s a green, social solution! The application, available for iPhone since 8th October 2013, allows local farmers to advertise with ease their produce while adding detailed information on each item. Thanks to this virtual marketplace, Grow Crowd supports the community without intermediaries and allows producers and … Continue reading
What should a community do with its unused land? Plant food, of course. With energy and humor, Pam Warhurst tells at the TEDSalon the story of how she and a growing team of volunteers came together to turn plots of unused land into communal vegetable gardens, and to change the narrative of food in their community.
Incredible edible is a UK based project that is encouraging other communities to follow in their footsteps and develop community based projjects based around food – mainly planting, growing … Continue reading
Organic veggie tapas served daily in the Caseta Zona Roja (next to the rincon Cubano), recinto Ferial, Málaga
Various tapas made from produce from the huerto – a project by:
Ecohuerto El Rabanito está constituída como Asociación.
Nuestros objetivos son:
Fomentar la Agroecología y la Soberanía Alimentaria.
Promover una alimentación mas sana y sostenible.
Potenciar y asesorar para el desarrollo de huertos urbanos ecológicos.
Potenciar y asesorar para el desarrollo de Grupos de consumo agroecológicos.
… Continue reading
On our journey to become an educational establishment aimed at sustainability Arboretum will be hosting the second Permaculture Design Course (PDC) from 18 to 30 October. The goal is to provide the largest number of people with the appropriate tools to meet the current socio-ecological challenges we are experiencing in these times.
The first PDC was held in 1972 and run by Bill Mollison (co-founder of the permaculture movement), and since that time many people of very different backgrounds and interests have graduated: farmers, ranchers, … Continue reading
Many readers will be familiar with our recent articles by Vanda Laktos, owner of health food shop Biocasa in Fuengirola, and passionate about healthy vegetarian food. A common complaint amongst her clients is that organic food and healthy fresh vegetarian food is more expensive and so she has set out to show that it is possible to have a varied, rich diet for no more than a ‘standard’one. Her daily blog at biocasafuengirola.blogspot.com shows her typical meals for two people for the month of March. … Continue reading
Canary balm is one of the rarest herbs, found only in the laurel forests of the Canary Islands. It is a perennial herb that grows in the fresh open or closed spaces of the forest. Reaching a height of 1.50m and a ‘wingspan’ of 1m, its leaves are trifoliate, slightly toothed, light green and slightly glossy. The Flowers, that appear in august, are pink and gather in bunches. The oddest thing about the plant is the aroma of honey and lemon, from my own observation, … Continue reading
Did you know that wheatgrass has more vitamin C than oranges or more vitamin A than carrots? Wheatgrass is grown from the red wheat berry, a special strain of wheat that produces high concentrations of chlorophyll, antioxidants, active enzymes, vitamins, vital amino acids and other nutrients. It is one of the most nutrient dense substances on Earth, packed with essential fatty acids and chlorophyll. Wheatgrass is a lush green plant that will eventually become a shaft of wheat, produce grain and be harvested. It has … Continue reading
A traditional doctor would say “take an aspirin, and call me in the morning”. Why not say, as Dr. Robert O. Young might, “take a cucumber, and call me in the morning”?
We know that fruits and vegetables are good for us and we should credit our parents for telling us to eat our greens and salads to grow big and strong, because they were right. To enjoy more energy in life it is a good idea to add more greens to the menu. But why … Continue reading
Eco fairs are becoming a well established part of the Andalucian landscape and one of the more established and longer running fairs is held each year in the city of Málaga. Natura Málaga stands out as a reference point for professionals and public alike, bringing together the organic, health and wellness sectors under one roof at the city’s Palacio de Congresos. Now in its fifth year, the fair will be held over the weekend of May 17 to 19, and will build on last year’s … Continue reading