Malva Permaculture Farm

About Malva

History of over 150 years. A growing and evolving ecological restoration project since acquisition by the family of the current owner’s family in 1983. Organic farming being practiced since year 2000, by the take-over of the second generation. The certified organic land has been increased to120 acers by 2016. Embodies an ecosytem with rich fauna and flora. Houses over a great variety of over 7,000 trees. Oasis for local and natural edible plants as well as cultivated medicinal and aromatic herbs. 

Upcoming Workshops and Events

Vizyon Collage was at Malva

Vizyon College, a local high school 10 graders spent a day of observation and learning, accompanied by their Philosophy, Physics and Biology teachers.

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Education at Malva

Promotes Education programs for children and adults alike to raise awareness of the world’s plants before its too late. Facilitate learning and creativity, combat social isolation, break down barriers to access to the garden.

Life at Malva

Life at Malva goes along in an ecosystem. All life is preserved and enhanced with ecological practices in respect for all living beings. This enables the presence and observation for a great variety of established and mgrating insects, birds and  mammals. White storks choosing to overnight at the farmland during their migration route and fireflies hibernating and breeding at the grounds are good indicators of  this.

Life here, is borne to everyday miracles.

News from the Farm

Wild Bees

Wild Bees. We protect and nourish for the wild bees of the world with organic practices, aromatic and medicinal herbs and keeping wild zones. The developers are taking the permaculture principles as guidelines to enhance the diversity of life at the farm. There is a...

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EXPLORE MALVA

Experimental Organic Farm

We produce and share our experiences through applications such as Agroforestry, Rain Harvest, Natural Ponds, Wild Garden, Mulching and Worm Compost that actually take the Nature as a model.

Education and Workshops

Promotes Education programs for children and adults alike to raise awareness of the world’s plants before its too late. Facilitate learning and creativity, combat social isolation, break down barriers to access to the garden.

 

Organic Botanic Garden

At Malva, we are committed to ecologically restoring farmland and providing a livable ecosystem for all members. As a new member of BGCI (Botanic Gardens Conservation International),we aim to address social issues; specifically disconnection from nature and science education.

WWOOF

WWOOF links volunteers with organic farmers and growers, thereby helping to build a sustainable, global community. A WWOOFer would live alongside the host helping with daily tasks and experiencing life as a farmer.

Volunteering at Malva

For local or foreigner visitors, we would like you to contact us through the relevant local and international volunteering organizations. Season is from April through October. Tasks: greenhouse and outdoor agriculture, seedling transfer, permaculture farming, weeding, chicken and geese care.

Plant and Seedling Sales

Varieties of tomato; pepper; eggplant; greens; medicinal and aromatic herb seedlings.

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