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Fatma Gülbin

House-owners spare a quad-room in their house for the visitors from TaTuTa. Principal source of living is ecological beekeeping. Toilet and bathroom are inside the house and meals must be eaten with the family. They also produce nuts as well as fruit and vegetables for their own consumption. In her spare time, the lady of the house crafts scarves and laces.

Georgian people live in this region, where six villages (Camili, Düzenli, Efeler, Kayalar, Maral, Uğur) are located, at the Turkey-Georgia border. Due to the challenging conditions of this geography, access is quite difficult. The people use Georgian language in daily life. The roads are covered with snow for almost half of the year. Mild climate of the region enables possible encounters with unspoiled examples of rain forests. Oral culture is highly rich in the region; the world’s first local polyphony choir is set here.

The host does not accept volunteers for less than 15 days because he thinks that the orientation takes some time. Anyone planning to stay less than 15 days can apply as a guest.

The host is a bit hesitant about the language barrier. He will more likely accept your application if you speak even at least a little bit Turkish.

VISITING AS GUEST: Daily contribution is 70-80 TL half board

VOLUNTEER WORKS
May: Gardening, animal care (cow)
June: Animal care (cow), weeding, beekeeping, hazelnut pruning
July: Hazelnut pruning, beekeeping, Animal care (cow)
August: Corn harvest, hazelnut harvest, beekeeping, Animal care (cow)
September: Animal care (cow), corn, beans harvest, beekeeping
AVAILABILITY CALENDAR
When Can You Visit Fatma Gülbin ?
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Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Type of Tasks Gardening-Farming,Animal Care,Housework,Maintanence,Production/Processing/Packing
Features Local Seed/Traditional Production,Eco-Friendly Architecture,Agriculture/Horticulture/Gardening,Traditional Crafts,Important Natural Area,Livestock Farming/Beekeping,Certified Organic Agriculture,Compost/Recycling