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Sustainability research center

Italy's largest independent, off‑grid facility

Ethical resource management, perma­culture and self‑sufficiency



Eco­tourism venue

About the centre


Intro­duction

PER is pronounced in Italian as Il Parco dell' Energia Rinnovabile, meaning "renewable energy park". PER is the largest and most comprehensive sustainability research centre in Italy.

When you arrive you see modern technology everywhere. However, PER was born out of the oldest form of technology: farming. Agricultural farming produces the energy needed to make everything else possible.

History

We know the twentieth century legacy for agriculture is not the future. Plastic greenhouses and chemicals have not fulfilled their promise of lifting the world from hunger. Instead, they have depleted soils and caused migration to urban areas for most of the earth's population. Not to mention breeding new, hungry pests.

For millennia this land fed people, but market over simplification required vegetables to be sold by weight. This became known as the new hunger and did more harm than good. The farmers living here were forced to leave and the brambles reconquered the land and the house returned to rubble.

Reversing the trend

Our approach is to study perma­culture and use renewable energy for a sustainable future.

We took our first step buying the land. This wonderful, tiring adventure began without external funding. Rebuilding the farm began with just our determination.

Before we explain our system, all sites are unique. They borrow from each other, but each has their own style. It is the environment that shapes the outcome. Working with nature, we can guide you through PER.

Our story

In in 1999 we had to slash through brambles and cut stone. We restored the surrounding fields to farm produce, but we have cut out modern methods. Artificial chemicals and fertilisers are inferior. We use our own natural land management techniques for composting, crop rotation and to deal with pests. We store rain water, just like nature. Of course we are powered by the sun and use modern technologies such as photovoltaics.

Our goal

We are creating a place to solve problems that meet human needs. We foster cross-pollination between subject areas. We combine, old effective methods with new technology and share our approach to help people meet their own challenges.

We encourage you to learn more about this kind of problem solving and visit us, volunteer, take part in our knowledge share or get involved with our activities for schools.

Tours


Overview

The tour explores our philosophy and looks at solutions to age old problems.
We talk about sustain­­ability: ethical resource management, perma­­culture and self‑sufficiency. We cover the fabric of the building, consumption and efficiency and precious natural resources.
We also give you the chance to taste PER life, and eat some of our crops.

Our guided tour lasts around two hours and costs €7.00 each. We have a minimum requirement of two bookings every tour. This is a great opportunity to meet others with an interest in sustainability and a desire for change.

Kinds of visit at PER
Tours
We provide ecotours to help people learn about sustainability
Activities for schools
We help teachers with hands-on learning trips and short-stays
Short courses
We provide accommodation and practical sessions for adults
Organised events
We provide accommodation, venue hire and catering for education and entertainment
Why not choose our zero kilometre food experience?
Tour details

PER is for everyone. We adapt each tour to suit kids, students and professionals so everyone can learn from our example. We are open all year round – so your visit can be arranged to suit you.

We host an interactive discussion and encourage participation. This gives everyone the chance to enrich their knowledge and we are always looking to advance what we know.

The tour is best in good weather, morning or afternoon and we offer a dining reservation for at least four people.

We really want people to have an insight into PER and for €20.00 inclusive, we offer a zero kilometre food experience. People just like you rated this #1 on Trip Advisor.

Hospitality


Learn and eat at PER

When you visit PER for a tour, course or activities you can make a food reservation. Catering is only available at the time of booking because our kitchens only open on request. Sorry, we aren't a restaurant – but we will aim to please you if we can!

Dining facilities
Large groups
We have space for 60 covers downstairs
Medium groups
We have space for 30 covers outside
Accessibility
We provide wheelchair access to most areas on site

Our healthy menu is mainly vegetarian and vegan and we can cater to specific dietary needs.

Please contact us to make a food reservation with your tour.

Tour Prices
Cost per person Minimum bookings
Tour only €7 2 or more…
Tour & meal €20 4 or more…

Morning and afternoon tours are available 6 days a week.

Sunday tours are only available in the morning.

Please contact us to book your tour.

Sleep here

Overview

Write about the shared lodgings and other facilities*

- We are animal friendly.
- we cater to walking groups and cyclists.
- telephone your reservation. Or if you’re planing on cycling let us know when you’re going to arrive and we can book you in.

Sleep here

Low impact house
ZERO HOUSE:
• 1 zero-house w.
• 2 beds
• 1 kitchen

Sleep here

GROUND FLOOR ROOMS:
• 4 ground floor rooms
• 11 beds
• 2 kitchens

Sleep here

GROUND FLOOR ROOMS:
• 4 ground floor rooms
• 11 beds
• 2 kitchens

Access­ibility


Everybody welcome
Access to the site
Ecotourism made for
People who value ethical living
We are pet friendly
We apply a small service charge for your animal
Duration
Half day (9:30 to 12:30),
or full day (9:30 to 16:30)
Overnight visits
Age
Families welcome
Access
The site has wheelchair access
Lodging
Most bedrooms require a staircase
Wheelchair access in one bedroom
Wheelchair access to one shower
Dining
Wheelchair access to dining room
Wheelchair access to main toilet
Dietary needs
We can cater to specific changes to the menu.
We can help you tailor your booking

Booking prices


Sleep here
Season B&B Double room Half board Low impact house
07th Jan - 8th May
28th Sept - 18th Dec
€32 €52 Call
9th May - 24th July
24th Aug - 27th Sept
€37 €57 Call
25th June - 23rd Aug €42 €62 Call

Please ask about discounts for children.

We apply a small service charge of €20 for your small animal to visit.

Please contact us to book your stay.

Visiting Umbria


Lake Trasimeno

Italy's largest lake

Perugia, Umbria

Fossil
Forest

Dunarobba

Europe's largest petrified forest

Piazza del Popolo

Todi, Perugia, Umbria

A beautiful historical city

Marmore Falls

Terni, Umbria

A cultural and panoramic waterfall

Perma­­culture & Sustain­­ability


Intro­duction­

Perma­culture is observing what an environment does naturally to maintain growth sustainably.

The case for perma­culture

In Italy agriculture is a disadvantaged sector in need of financial aid. Yet people have supported themselves on the land sustainably for millennia. At PER we wondered what has made agriculture unable to support itself?

The agriculture problem

Quantitative agriculture emerged and farmers had to sell their food by weight. This over simplification became known as the new hunger, doing more harm than good. Farms like this one no longer produced high quality, nutritional food.

They didn't have enough water to "inflate" vegetables required for an industrial market place …farms all over the planet followed this trend.

Unable to compete, farmers moved into towns to make another living. This pushed them to buy chemically fertilised food cultivated by others en-mass. As this happened, the brambles reconquered the land and the house returned to rubble.

The perma­culture solution

Over the past few years we have developed our own agricultural system. Based on the principals of perma­culture we plan resources at every stage of the process. Our vegetable production uses waste as a fertiliser for example, it's highly efficient. It's similar to organs of a human body: each has an important job to do, and functions in harmony together.

Understanding perma­culture is more than agronomy and much more than buzzword. It is understanding how a sustainable lifestyle on the land works. perma­culture can feed future generations and it pays for itself in the process.

If you want a different climate — human & planetary, then you already share our goals!

Philosophy

Away from the monotony and alienation of everyday city life, PER is an alternative in nature. We are making sustainability happen. To begin with, this was a challenge.

Turning this project into reality meant sharing everything. Not just other people's energy and enthusiasm, but their dreams.

Around a stable nucleus PER enables different life paths to come together with a common intention.

We live and work together. We cook and dine together. We celebrate and share rapport without rivalry or conflict.

Learn more with this interview with the PER founder, Alessandro.

Happy people contribute more

The principles of sharing are adopted everywhere onsite and in making group decisions. The use of non-violent communication helps resolve problems and a philosophy of deep democracy is felt in everything we do. We make everyone an equal among equals and reassure everyone they are not alone.

We welcome you to join PER and hope our experiment helps fulfil your dreams. We will tell you about our experiences, where we are, and where we want to go.

Ethical change


Principals and priorities, one and the same

We want to bring about prosperity and do so ethically. Saving resources should not be a sacrifice, nor should it have hidden costs.

Waste causes unpleasant sacrifices and it's obvious what we have tried has not worked. We can change this.

Our priorities

As well as permaculture this project uses renewable energy. We have solar collectors both on the roof and the ground. Photovoltaic panels produce electricity built into the home. The walls are ventilated and circulate hot air, and we use the wind and we collect the rain, for sanitary water. To make this change, takes careful planning.

On site technology


Change is possible

We wish to lead by example, so we would like to share the pleasure of our success. Real change requires the right information. By seeing PER in operation it will help you apply changes for yourself.

To achieve autonomy,
we prioritise efficiency, distribution, and water
Efficiency

We started from the most obvious concept: avoid waste. Our self-sufficient retreat is built from bricks made from Isotex. A cement mixed with mineralised wood, which form overlapping fibres in a matrix. This is biomimicary, by it's very nature it is a high performance insulator. Ideal for heat retention. The exterior has been rebuilt with existing local stone, looking very traditional and the roof has deep insulation.

Distribution

The whole house has underfloor heating. Using tubes and mirrors we direct daylight from above ground into the darkest rooms. In winter, hot air from solar collection heats rooms well and efficiently. In summer, geothermal vents under the building refresh the indoor air.

Water

With very long periods of hot weather there are special considerations like a drought. Along with collecting rain water, we recover grey water to reuse in the drains. We also made our own wetlands to help growing.

The results of water conservation are everywhere, without affecting comfort. You can see it when you flush the toilet. Water conservation improves hygiene too. Rainwater is soft and mildly acidic, so more friendly to the skin and can cut how much soap you need.

Autonomy

It is only possible when our other plans are in place – because, autonomy comes through adding longterm systems. These help balance demand.

We do this with wind generators. They harness yearly winds and we have a backup generator. The generator runs from vegetable oil, which we press ourselves on site. This all helps overcome the ups and downs.

Two large collectors store around 4,000 litres of heat produced by the sun. A biomass stove concentrates our waste to supply bath water from pellets.

PER combines the following technologies

Rain water collection and reuse
A network of pipes and filters helps us reuse grey water for flushing toilets. We keep rain water for showering and use in the sink.
Solar heating
We store around 4,000 litres of natural heat which circulates inter­seasonally.
Biomass heating
We recycle waste into useful, economical pellets.
Natural cooling ventilation
Underground pipes help keep the air in the building fresh
Modified appliances attain near-optimum efficiency
Our washing machines use pre-heated water. Far more economical than standard dish and clothes appliances.
Solar efficiency
Our low impact house uses a glass enclosure and simple piping to heat the building.
We have modern greenhouses that combine technologies to retain heat and improve growing.
Lighting efficiency
Tubes and mirrors redirect light into the building.
All our lights work through our integrated solar system.
Energy generation
We have wind generators and solar panels.
Different battery types for redundancy.
Photovoltaic systems
Thin-film solar panels (still works during cloudy weather).
Monocrystalline solar panels (works optimally in bright sunshine).
Irrigation pumps.
Electric Fences (keep out the wild without harm).

Activities for schools


Intro­duction for teachers

PER is ideal for schools. Located in outstanding natural beauty it is the ideal environment for learning, regardless of age. Our system aims to support itself to give access to more students, more tutors and more learning opportunities.

About our courses:

We understand the importance of adaptation. We can help tailor the activities to meet your learning goals.

Activ­ities for schools booking

Browse the activities and get in touch to tell us what you'd like to participate in.

Please notify us when booking if you want to learn about a specific combination of activities.

If you have any questions please contact us, or call us:

Energy efficiency and sustainability

An intro­duction to sustainable energy

For secondary schools and colleges
About this activity:

An intro­duction to energy efficiency without compromise. Before we produce energy, we explain managing it. We do not want to waste heat, or electricity so we show you how we manage it, as a system.

We lead experiments to produce renewable energy and understand the benefits of Class-A electronics.

A tour of the park focuses on our zero-energy home. Here, we look into different off-grid technologies and photovoltaics that can re-supply the grid.

We cover a range of technologies, their use-case and their benefits:
  • Types of solar cell (monocrystalline, polycrystalline and thin film)
  • Using flat collectors for thermal energy, and more complex systems with glycole
  • Different kinds of water pump for exterior permaculture, and high efficiency indoor systems
  • Rainwater collection and management
Production systems
We look at heat from Biomass for thermal energy
Wood
Pellets
Different kinds of compost
Agricultural residues
We look at using Biomass for building materials
Processed wood
Cementitious brick mixtures
Managed woodland for flood prevention*

If you have any questions please contact us, or call us:

Bio-architechture and energy technology

An intro­duction to natural architecture

For secondary schools, colleges and professionals
About this activity:

A behind the scenes look at natural architecture in practice. Understand and interact with the site, as we guide you through our own natural architecture.

Energy efficient building techniques

We look at the use of passive and active technologies for harmonious building.

Passive systems:
  • Methods of conservation
  • Structural technologies
  • Natural energy storage
  • Solar greenhouses
Active systems:
  • Photovoltaics
  • Wind generation
  • Types of biomass
  • Geothermal air conditioning
  • Rainwater recovery and waste management

After talking about natural architecture, we have a QA session with the designers of the park.

Pitfalls and precautions

A hands-on session digging deeper into the reasoning behind our chosen methods. Here you'll learn about the dos-and-don'ts from experience.

If you have any questions please contact us, or call us:

Forms of energy

An intro­duction to energy

For primary and secondary schools
About this activity:

We answer energy questions such as what is energy? Why do we need it? How do we produce it?

Today it is possible to be self-sufficient. Come and see our example of energetic autonomy.

We begin with an analysis of common energy efficiency techniques for heat and water. We use hands-on experiments based on the on-site examples.

With this activity you'll realise important resources are also highly abundant and readily accessible! Working in harmony with nature, we see possibilities to use these techniques everywhere. We have a range of experiments that help explore these ideas.

Timetable:
  • Overview and group formation
  • Visit the low impact house
  • Visit some of the other experiments
  • Learn more about electricity, on, and off-grid
  • Advantages of different photovoltaics
  • Using different solar collectors: vacuum pipes and transfer fluid, thermal dryers, and powered and unpowered air conditioning
  • Kinds of solar water pumps
  • Using biomass for heating
  • Rainwater recovery
  • Lunch (if purchased)
  • In the Lab! A choice of activities such as: make a food dryer, solar collector or thermal heater
  • Deeper into PER (full day only)

If you have any questions please contact us, or call us:

Experiences in nature

An intro­duction to the environment

For nursery, primary and secondary schools | Partial wheelchair access
About this activity:

The park is surrounded by nature, which gives us an opportunity to reflect on raw materials and how we use them.

Here we study mature ecosystems, like forests. Then other ecosystems such as fields where cattle grazes and and how people cultivate the land.

We develop our understanding and awareness of the environment. This activity is tailored to suit the age and abilities of participants.

We look at photosynthesis, the life cycle of plants, nutrition in growing, and what we use plants for. We study biodiversity. We look at the symbiotic relationship between plants and the animals that live in them.

Timetable:
  • Welcome overview
  • Combine into groups
  • Use all of our senses to understand the environment
  • Observe the environment
  • Recreate a site-map using found material
  • Lunch (if purchased)
  • In the Lab! An activity session planting seeds and transplanting cuttings

If you have any questions please contact us, or call us:

Farming to the future

An intro­duction to efficient farms

For primary and secondary schools, and colleges | Partial wheelchair access
About this activity:

Good traditions, past farming secrets and modern technology can make farming better. Together we learn to eat better and create a zero-impact future!

We reduce the use of hydrocarbons like fossil fuels. We also don't over water food. This helps us increase the nutritional value and reduces weight with lower food-miles!

Sustainable eating

We look at the ethical issues of biomass as energy. We look at the benefits and side-effects of bio-methane, palm oil and veggie oils. We look at low-impact bio-mass such as: wood, pellets, thermal compost heating and wood chip.

Reevaluating food waste

We look at the value of waste and how to reuse it through different kinds of composting and fertili2sation.

We aim for 0km meals and we discuss "mindful shopping". This is not just looking at the nutritional value of your food, but issues such as how far away our food has traveled. We also think about reducing waste through different methods like buying as much as you need.

Understanding wild plants

We study improving soil quality and how to be selective with plants, herbs and medicines. We aim to reestablish our relationship with the biodiversity, benefiting the land and our harvest.

Summary

We know that improving local farming will make a better global future, and these methods can improve access to food and resources.

If you have any questions please contact us, or call us:

Learning in the fast lane!

Burn human calories, not hydrocarbons

For primary and secondary schools | Partial wheelchair access*
About this activity:

Dedicated to the reduction of CO2, here we learn about modern mobility. This is a fun way to experience our own energy efficiency. Humans are among the most efficient in nature using ~2800k calories to work nonstop for 24 hours, and to think, all this energy comes from our food! Man is a perfect machine!

Timetable:
  • Welcome overview
  • Combine into groups
  • Learn about traditional means of transport
  • Experiment with fun vehicles using our muscles for mobility, without any CO2 emissions!
  • Lunch (if purchased)
  • Discuss mobility trends. We talk about improving public transport, carpooling and car sharing and collective buying. Also, what the future might hold!
  • Visit the energy park (if any full day)

If you have any questions please contact us, or call us:

Accessible Energy

An intro­duction to being energetically aware

For all age groups | wheelchair access
About this activity:

Unrestrained in nature, we delve into our senses to learn more about sustainability. We see for ourselves the importance of natural energy production. We find out how much energy we need to move around and how to generate it.

We learn to become even more active about saving energy in every day life!

Timetable:
  • Welcome overview
  • Combine into groups
  • Visit the low impact house
  • Visit some of other park experiments
  • Discuss sustainable mobility and alternative vehicles
  • Lunch (if purchased)
  • In the Lab! An activity session with renewable energy devices

If you have any questions please contact us, or call us:

A planet saving recipe!

Stay to face climate change head on

For primary and secondary schools
About this activity:

We begin by introducing some of the problems faced by humanity. We look the the systems on site, and make new ones through practical workshops.
We talk about energy and climate change: what is going on and how can we deal with these issues?

The second day we look at how to curb waste and end energy problems. We learn about our actions and behavior can be even more efficient.

The third day, we discover where to find alternative energy. The renewable energy workshop explores in more depth how things work at PER.

2 nights 3 days timetable:
Day 1:
  • Welcome overview
  • An intro­duction to climate change. A role playing game
  • Lunch
  • Visit some of other park experiments
  • Experiment with fun vehicles using our muscles for mobility, without any CO2 emissions!
  • Evening meal
  • Discussion and activities
Day 2:
  • Breakfast
  • Presentation
  • Practical renewable energy workshop
  • Lunch
  • Nature walk to observe the surrounding environment
  • Question time
  • Evening meal
  • Discussion and activities
Day 3:
  • Breakfast
  • Presentation
  • Practical activities
  • Lunch
  • Practical activities
  • Closing summary

1 night 2 days timetable:
Day 1:
  • Welcome overview
  • An intro­duction to climate change. A role playing game
  • Lunch
  • Visit some of other park experiments
  • Experiment with fun vehicles using our muscles for mobility, without any CO2 emissions!
  • Evening meal
  • Discussion and activities
Day 2:
  • Breakfast
  • Presentation
  • Practical renewable energy workshop
  • Lunch
  • Nature walk to observe the surrounding environment
  • Question time
  • Closing summary

If you have any questions please contact us, or call us:

Building with paper bricks

An intro­duction to direct recycling

For nursery, primary and secondary schools
About this activity:

We learn the importance of reducing waste and how this forms the basis of sustainability.
We look at the three Rs of sustainability: Recovery, Reuse, Recycle. These represent our social objectives and help us rediscover an ancient sustainable life style.

A change of direction

The management of the entire life cycle of goods is becoming increasingly important.
Using recovery, reuse and recycling of paper we learn about sustainable fuel. We teach ethical decision making and how to do the right thing.

Global eco-village

You might call PER an eco-village – either way, it's an ideal place to think about sustainable cities. We aim to make an airport onsite for children!
We discover precious resources and management systems. Those of: plants, housing, services, energy, mobility and socialising. The practical session uses recycled materials like paper to explore energy.

Adaptation of activities

Preschool children recover plastic bottles to make an ideal planting bed for vegetables. An important part of any sustainable city!

Schools recover paper for recycling. Then we perform briquetting with a user-friendly tool. This simple manual process called: maceration transforms paper into useful bricks.
They can help the construction of sustainable buildings or even generate heat!

Secondary schools recover diversified materials, like aluminium cans, PC fans and power adapters. We use glass to build different technologies in our sustainable city. We also explore installing other efficient integrated systems.

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A penny saved is a penny earned

An intro­duction to saving energy

For primary and secondary schools
About this activity:

How can we reduce CO2 emissions and, at the same time save money for our schools?

Saving money and saving energy together

We discuss how wasteful it is to release CO2 into the atmosphere. This helps us understand why we need to reduce energy consumption and apply it to our school buildings.

We use monitoring tools to reduce our electricity consumption and emissions. Working together it's possible to save 20% on our utility bills – your teachers will be happy they came to PER!

This project involves everyone at school: students, teaching staff, support staff and parents. Through awareness and carefully monitoring readings we save money and become more energy efficient.

Three steps to saving

A theoretical session. Students, faculty and support staff and parents are all present.

Practical part one. Students detect and analyse electricity use. We look at heating school buildings and other places we might spot waste.

Faculty session. We present ways to make on-going improvements and technical QA.

Credit where it's due!

The savings your school can achieve will mean visiting PER will fund itself. Involving students and their families your school community can all benefit from this visit!

Credit where it's due!

At the end of the course we give you an energy pack. This contains everything you need to track your school's energy use. Perfect for getting everyone's approval!

At the end of the course we give you an energy pack. This contains everything you need to track your school's energy use. Perfect for getting everyone's approval!

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Pricing

Knowledge share

What we can offer


We share knowledge at PER in different ways. We hire our venue to people interested in sustainability or music. We have opportunities to volunteer, different types of practical training and consultation.

Our multi-day courses, have quality accommodation and can cater for pets.

With our courses, we adapt to suit all skill levels and abilities.

We aim to offer genuine growth,
both personally and professionally.
Venue hire

PER is ideal for gatherings in a natural environment. We host conferences, seminars and presentations. We cater to self-service, lunches, banquets and tasting evenings with local organic food.

Our dining room covers 60 with a bar, lit stage and sound system. We also have an outdoor dining space for 30 people. Great for eating together during activities.

Our classroom holds 30 people, with whiteboards and integrated audiovisual equipment, ideal for meetings.

If you have any questions please contact us, or call us:

Course ONE

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Course TWO

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Workshop ONE

Courses are information focused:

• Change job, change your life
• Energy efficiency for homeowners

Workshop TWO

Workshops are practical:
• Dried Fruit
• Fermentation

Volunteering

An intro­duction to life changing skills

About volunteering:

There are opportunities to make the future better. At PER we can help you face climate change, develop useful skills and open your mind.

We practice traditional land management techniques and also research sustainable energy. This is a great combination to change life direction or to practice ethical living.

You'll also meet other talented people that are committed to positive change.

Application process:

Our application form covers your past experience, availability and expectations. It's important that we're a good fit for each other, so please read the Volunteer policy.
When you have finished email your application to: scrivi@per.umbria.it

Selection process:

We choose people based on their characteristics and suitability. We always need good people with different skills.

Will there be enough slots?

When we coordinate a large project there are more lodgings available. Please complete an application and tell us about your skills.

Structure:
  • Everybody, everyday will be required to help with general tasks for meals, cleaning, caring for the animals and being generally reliable!
  • Mornings, weekdays: working with renewable tech, and in the fields.
  • Afternoons, weekdays: working on-site with other seasonal tasks.
  • All volunteers: Saturday - Sunday: exploring interests, developing ideas and relaxing.
About woofing:

Willing Workers on Organic Farms, WWOOF is a loose network of farms that can help people find life changing work within the organic movement.

Woofing structure:
  • Mornings, weekdays: strenuous tasks in the fresher hours, in the fields and harvesting.
  • Afternoons, weekdays: working on other seasonal tasks.

If you have any questions please contact us, or call us:

Consultancy advice


Planning, design and installation

Benefit from our experience. We have used all kinds of technology and can help you save as you implement your idea.

Please contact us for work enquiries, or read and share these tips.

Tried and tested

Reliable information is the most valuable. Our recommendations have been tested over time and you can see them all working on site.

Here is some resources to get you started.

Don't imitate.
Be inspired and unearth your style!

Reading tips


See our planting scheme photos.

Recommended title

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Excerpt about life changing book one:

See our planting scheme photos.

Recommended title

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Excerpt about life changing book two:

Bambini.

Website title

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Excerpt from link one:

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PER logo T-Shirt.

Equipment

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Excerpt about first item:

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Partners with PER


Sustainable tech

OSA Italian alternative heating solutions company.

Sunergy Solar produce solar technologies in Italy.

The TML group make eco-conscious water tanks.

Travel advice

Destinazione Umana A travel review by "Human Destination".

Online store

The TML group useful things for people and the environment.

Media partners

Smarketing hosting our site and printing our flyers.

Scott Phillips is a user experience designer. He is interested in projects with broad creative scope that will make a difference.

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