Never Ending Food functions as a demonstration site where people can come to learn more about Permaculture designs and ideas. We often receive two to three groups of visitors on a weekly basis. These visits include a wide range of interests, including: school groups, development organizations, churches, youth clubs, families, farmers, extension workers, researchers and others.
We like to think of Permaculture as a ‘tool belt’ in which the job of a good designer is to choose the right ‘tool’ for the right job. With this in mind, Never Ending Food tries to demonstrate a wide range of practical ideas that people can see in practice, and then choose the ideas that help them to meet their needs. Some of the ‘tools’ that we demonstrate include: guilds, zones, composting, worm farms, fish farming, liquid manure, water harvesting, composting toilets (eco-sanitation), rammed-earth building, container gardening, and an emphasis on the use of Malawi’s native species.
As part of the Permaculture ethic of ‘fair share’, all of our tours are given free of charge and open to the public. If you would like to visit us, please book an appointment through our contact page. We look forward to meeting you and sharing solutions!