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This is a project dedicated to Land Stewardship, Education, Research and Sustainable Living. 


Our vision is to be strong caretakers of the land as taught by native cultures around the world, where looking 7 Generations into the future is a daily occurrence.

Through the acts of demonstration and education to share what we have learned with others.

In 2017/18 we have sold our lake property in Sweden and have bought a Saxon house, barn and small parcel of land in Transylvania. We will be posting on the blog more and more as time goes on. Please take a look at our blog as we transition to Transylvania Earthway Blog

We welcome visitors to our experiment, to Experience the Earthway!

If you like become an intern or visit for a longer period of time or if you are interested in receiving your online Permaculture Design Certification (PDC) please Contact us.

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The Winds of Change are definitely blowing…Again :-)

March 12, 2018 – Kevin Jarvis Last fall (2017) Adina and I were ready to make an addition to the permaculture centre in Sweden. We drew up plans for a large log building called an Eld Hus. This was to be a type of bunk house in old viking design.  But the “winds of change” started blowing and after … Continue reading The Winds of Change are definitely blowing…Again :-)

Traditional Heating (with a modern twist) of a Saxon House in Transylvania Romania with Earthway Experience.

April 24, 2018 – Kevin Jarvis The Barn is on the left.To the right is the building with the bake oven and a room that was originally a dentists office. The house is to right. In November 2017 Adina and I purchased a Saxon House in Somartin. The village has roots back to the 1200’s. It is located in the Transylvania … Continue reading Traditional Heating (with a modern twist) of a Saxon House in Transylvania Romania with Earthway Experience.

Somartin Permaculture Update September 2018

September 30, 2018 Kevin Jarvis We did LOTS of things in our three weeks visiting Somartin Earthway Experience…. One of the first things we did upon arrival was to hire two local villagers to dig out the ditch in front of the house(s) …almost 100 meters were eventually done!!! The neighbor up the street had started on his property and … Continue reading Somartin Permaculture Update September 2018

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