Three years ago, three German punks decided to move to this mountainous forest region to create with their own hands a place that would fulfill their needs (food, housing, animal breeding, cheese, bread, jam) and their ideals (solidarity, libertarian, environmentalist, and non-capitalistic). The site would become, over the years, and after many disappointments, a place where people live (men, women, children, friends) and a place where people come (the Woofers: World Wide Opportunities in Organic Farming).
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