An article in South Africa’s Times Live looks at self-sustaining communities

A recent article in Times Live explores “the green life” at Khula Dhamma eco-village in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa.

In a place where being able to use an iPod depends on the weather; your supper grows in the vegetable patch outside your window, and you’re forced to know where your number one and two goes – life is anything but normal for city slickers. But this is what the people of Khuladhamma eco-village have chosen as their way of life.

They are following a growing trend of people who are creating communities that are in harmony with the environment and who hope to become self-sustaining.

Read the full article here.

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