It is July 31st, at one o’clock at night the hail arrived. In a whirlwind of lightning bolts, so close together as to create long moments of constant light, hail balls as large as grapes, in some cases the size of tennis balls, fell from the sky. An unusual fury in two successive waves, never seen by the people of the village… and then the air charged with electricity, dense with ozone and scents so pungent that it feels itchy in the nostrils. The next morning we realize that the damage done to the cultivations and to the greenhouses is huge and breathtaking, it twill take us years to recover.
This spring, discover the ecovillages of Europe from your own home. Sit around the (virtual) campfire as community residents tell the stories, cultures and traditions of their homes, answer your questions about what it’s really like to live in community, and get inspired for your next adventure.