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Ata'dan Farm

I am not someone who just woke up and said "what am I doing here in the city, let's go back to the village". Life led me to my roots. I had to earn my life with agriculture, so I turned back to the land of my father after 22 years. Now I live together with my mother in a farm 45 km away from Diyarbakır. We stand on our own feet on our vast and partly fertile land.

It makes me happy to share what I have, so I want to invite people to join us enjoy the mental and physical well-being. After spending 22 years in the big city life, I believe it is the right thing to share the blessings of rural life. When I ask myself what I can do, I know there is not much: Chicken, eggs, melted cheese, okra, 'salça' (traditional tomato and pepper paste), dried eggplant, pepper, apple, mint, basil and parsley, whole wheat flour, apple and grape vinegar, traditional wheat products, grape marmalade, 'pekmez' (traditional grape molasses), grape 'sucuk' (traditional sweets), wine, and so on, that we produce for ourselves and our friends... 

VISITING AS GUEST: Please contact the host to learn about accommodation details.

VOLUNTEER WORKS:
JAN-FEB: Animal care, plowing snow MAR-MAY: Animal care, preparing the garden, sowing seeds, planting saplings JUN-JUL: Animal care, garden works AUG: Animal care, vineyard works SEP: Animal care, vintage OCT: Animal care, making wine and pekmez (traditional grape molasses) NOV-DEC: Animal care

AVAILABILITY CALENDAR
When Can You Visit Ata'dan Farm ?
Volunteer Guest
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Type of Tasks Gardening-Farming,Animal Care,Production/Processing/Packing
Features Local Seed/Traditional Production,Eco-Friendly Architecture,Agriculture/Horticulture/Gardening,Traditional Crafts,Eco-Friendly Energy,Livestock Farming/Beekeping,Compost/Recycling