Fruit, Vegetables, Beeries and Herbs
Organic and regional by conviction
Andi Haller has been planting all kinds of fruit, vegetables, berries and herbs in Kleinwalstertal since 2012.
The events in Fukushima, the state of conventional agriculture and the issue of carbon footprints motivated him to make big changes in his lifestyle.
He got closely involved with the concept of permaculture, went on various training courses and year by year has developed a little allotment devoted to alternative, eco-friendly agriculture.
Kleinwalsertal has no tradition of market gardening, but with a few permaculture tricks it can be successful, even in the high-altitude Breitach valley.
Garden tours at the Chesa Valisa
His aim is to encourage society to question long-held beliefs and values from a contemporary perspective and inspire optimistic and constructive activism.
His garden tours at the Chesa Valisa and lectures in the conference room give you the opportunity to learn all about the concept of sustainable permaculture and gain an insight into how everyone can make a small but helpful contribution to preserving the earth for future generations.