Pushing Towards a Self Sustaining Process.

Discover the principles of forest gardening, but also find out what it takes to take permaculture to the next level. Sustain yourself and keep it natural.

Natural Farm Products

Growing your own food is not just satisfactory, but it will also give you natural and organic products with no chemicals or preservatives.

Organic Food

In a world where everyone is aware of the dangers coming with supermarket foods, growing your own organic food can make the difference.

Supporting the Environment

The more self sustained you are, the more you help the environment – keep things natural and nature will reward you.

All the Education You Need

We will provide the knowledge, education and services to help you turn self sustainable in an economy that needs it.

From Soil to Tomatoes

From the first soil tests to the ultimate guide on how to become self sustainable, we will educate you on every aspect of permaculture.

A New Lifestyle

It might feel a little challenging at first, but once you get into it, nothing will grab you back – permaculture is a passion, a lifestyle.

Who We Are

We brought together a service that will give you everything you need to become self sustainable. We have the education and tools to do it, but we also provide the right soil testing services.

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Farmers in 2018


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Soil tests performed

Bushes and trees

You do not necessarily have to buy trees and bushes. Instead, planting them yourself and looking after them will be even better.


Fruit trees will take a few years to give out any fruits, but nothing is more satisfying than tasting your own apples or pears.


Cereals make an excellent option on wide fields. Moreover, you have plenty of options – we will educate you on each of them.


Vegetables are easy to grow – by the next year, you will eat your own produce. What can be more exciting than that?

Bush fruits

Fruits like strawberries or raspberries might seem challenging, but their requirements are actually minimal – just give them a few months.


We will teach you everything you need to know about planting, maintenance, harvesting and all the other processes in between.


Do you have the right soil to go self sustainable?

We will find out for you. We have the tools and expertise to analyze your soil. We will come over, grab a sample and get back at you with all the answers – what to plant, when to do it and where.

    Get in touch

    By post:
    831 Bury New Street, Jamestown, 98137

    By phone:
    +1 (0) 749 822 8342

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    We are also available and active over social media as well. Simply get in touch with us and we will get back to you as quickly as possible.


    What’s In Your E-Fluid Mix? Know The Right Composition

    Vaping is considered as an alternative to smoking, far better than the latter. Today the number of vapers across the world is more than 35 million and is expected to cross 55 million by 2021. What makes the vaping process exciting? The phenomena? Or the fluid? Well, the answer to the question is both, however, the fluid plays an important role in the process of vaping. Know exciting facts about your e-fluid here!

    1. What’s e-fluid?

    E-fluid or vape juice is the major component of a vape that gives the vaping experience. It is filled in the canister and heated through a small heater. On heating, the liquid turns into an aerosol, which is further inhaled. Different types of vape juice available at this store might contain some secret ingredients but the common ingredients of the fluid are-

    • Water
    • Propylene glycol
    • Vegetable glycerine
    • Nicotine and
    • Flavourings

    2.Propylene glycol

    Propylene glycol or PG is an alcohol with a faintly sweet taste. It is used in proportion with VG or instead of VG. Since it is a preservative, vape juice tends to last longer, however, it is not preferred by cloud lovers because it does not produce more vapor. Although PG is considered harmless, some people are allergic to it and if you are one, then it’s better to stick with VG.

    3.Vegetable glycerine

    Also termed as VG, vegetable glycerine is specially designed for modern atomizers. It is a colorless, non-toxic, viscous sweetener, preservative as well as a thickening agent and can be efficiently used up to 80%. VG is generally extracted from palm oil, coconut oil or soyabean oil and considered safe for consumption by the FDA.


    It is one of the important contents of e-cig that makes it feel like a normal cigarette. There are e-cigs available in the market with different level of nicotine composition. It can be as low as zero or as high as 32mg depending on the vaper. A heavy concentration of nicotine can cause situations like headache or nausea whereas low composition might result in an unsatisfying vaping experience.

    In vape juice composition, nicotine is measured as milligram per millilitre format (mg/ml). One can follow the following categories to choose the right amount of nicotine they need in their vape juice.

    • Light smokers – these are the people who smoke less than 10 cigarettes a day. They should have 3mg of nicotine in their juice.
    • Medium smokers – medium smokers smoke between 10 to 20 cigarettes in a day and should have 12 mg of nicotine in their vape juice.
    • Heavy smokers – these people can smoke more than 20 cigarettes a day. Hence should have a nicotine concentration of 18 mg.

    You can slowly decrease the nicotine concentration of the vape to switch to zero nicotine.


    There are thousands or more varieties of flavouring available in the market that your tongue would like to savor. However, they might feel good with first 2-3 inhalation and can leave a bad after taste. Therefore, choose the right vape flavor with food-grade safety.


    It is the common ingredient of vape that can’t be avoided.