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We return to Sunseed for our 9th course! We love Sunseed!
Sunseed, a non-formal education project for the transition towards sustainability, is based in an ancient little Andalusian village with a long historical background. The electricity is provided by solar panels, a nearby water source provides water for daily use and natural water treatments are used for sewage. The village is home for about 50 people and is a hub for creative projects like Sunseed, Pita-Escuela, Casa de la Realidad and Cultura de la Tierra.
Sunseed is located in a valley of the endangered Rio Aguas in the natural reserve of Karst en Yesos de Sorbas, famous for its gypsum crystal caves. Various hiking trails are located in the valley, including a route to the source of the river passing through the natural pools.
Sunseed was first conceived in 1982 during a talk at a green festival by Harry Hart, co-founder of the charity Green Deserts. In August 1986, having rented a house in arid Southeast Spain, a small joint project began looking at practical ways of combating desertification. In March 1987 Green Deserts withdrew and Sunseed Desert Technology and The Sunseed Trust were inaugurated to direct the project.