Bioconstrucción

Con la guía de nuestros amigos y maestros originarios de Sotuta, retomando técnicas tradicionales y aprendiendo a utilizar los materiales locales, construimos la infraestructura inicial que nos permite habitar el CAAOZ (Centro de Agroecología, Artes y Oficios Zutut’Ha) y recibir voluntarixs, talleristas, colaboradores y visitantes. Al día de hoy contamos con un taller multiusos, cocina, comedor, baños composteros, regaderas, gallinero, meliponario (para abejas nativas), apiario, almaciguero y naj k’iin.

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With the guidance of our Mayan friends and neighbors in Sotuta, we are making use of traditional techniques and learning how to use local materials. We also constructed the initial infrastructure of the project, which has allowed us to live at CAAOZ and receive volunteers, workshop leaders, collaborators and visitors. As of today, this infrastructure includes a multi-use workshop, kitchen, dining area, composting / “dry” toilets, showers, a gallinero (a home for our chickens, ducks, and turkeys), a meliponario and trigonario (spaces for the keeping of native bees), apiario (for keeping European honey bees), an almaciguero (a home for our seedlings and young plants), and a naj k’iin (solar panel tower and lookout point).