Ubud Bali Permaculture kul kul farm

Ubud Now and Then | Back to The Land

Canadian writer, gardener and poet Cat Wheeler has lived in Bali since 2000. She is the co-founder of Slow Food Bali. She recently interviewed Orin and other Indonesian farmers on the island who've found their way back to the land.

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Green School veggie basket

Your Green School Veggie Basket

This year The Kul Kul Farm is helping to manage the Green School gardens. This first thing we wanted to do is make the Green School veggies accessible to staff and faculty. This week is our first trial! Almost 20 people signed up. Check out what's in your basket...

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Moringa seedling blog

Moringa: What’s the hype all about?

The health conscious are all raving about the benefits of this miraculous tree. In Bali its called Kelor, it grows like a weed and the Balinese have been using it forever. Now Moringa’s fame has found its way from East to West; in health stores, raw food cafes and in breakfast smoothies everywhere. So what is it about this scraggly looking tree?

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