We are Maria and Orin and we are passionate about food grown well, community and sharing practical skills to design, build, grow, make and create with nature in mind. We work with a team of home gardeners, farmers, educators, permaculture designers, herbalists, cooks, bamboo builders and entrepreneurs. Together we host farm tours, workshops, retreats, and lunches.
The Kul Kul Farm is a 2 minute walk from the Green School in Bali. Here, we spend our time creating, learning, sharing, growing and building our farm life and business. We started the farm with the intention of inspiring and empowering both local Balinese and visiting travellers to live a life connected to the natural world and traditional ways of living.
We hope our farm inspires you to embark on creative, fun, wholesome experiences each day, and that you will visit us soon to share in our farm life.
More of what we do
We grow seasonal, organic food, herbs and flowers
We grow organic food using bioIntensive and syntropic farming practices. We make our own compost, raise our own seeds and save seeds whenever possible. Some of what we grow includes, coconuts, bananas, passion fruit, kale, bok chop, rucola, eggplant, cucumber, pumpkin, peanuts, sweetcorn, ginger, turmeric, sweet potato, chillies, cassava, taro, sunflowers, butterfly pea, rosella and zinnia flowers.
We raise free range animals
We raise chickens and black Balinese heritage pigs.
We build with bamboo
Most of our buildings are built by our bamboo carpenters out of locally harvested and treated bamboo. We have 8 bamboo yurts and 4 bamboo rooms as accommodation for students and guests.
Make herbal remedies
We make and teach about herbal remedies, include herbal teas, salves, tinctures and essential oils.
We teach and host events, workshops and retreats
Find out what’s on here. We also recently launched Bamboo U (www.bamboou.com) to teach architects and designers how to build and design using bamboo.
We make delicious food and share it with others
We have a cafe at the Green School where we serve homegrown and made meals, fermented foods and drinks, cold pressed juices and snacks. We host Farm-To-Table lunches most Mondays. Join the next one.