Article mis à jour le 09.06.2021

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"Work together and connect with the earth to preserve it."

It's another rhythm of life at the Monastary. Caring for animals, working in the vegetable garden, learning the basics of permaculture—the Sisters here also aspire to share century-old experiences of learning about collective life with WWOOFers.

"Hosting WWOOFers gave the community as a whole a kind of huge breath of fresh air. Having young and old who come from all over the world with very different backgrounds... all these people come together from everywhere and feel the same urgency to work together in communal living and connect with the earth to preserve the life we are given..." listen to the rest of the interview here.

Sister Élise-Mariette, "hosting WWOOFers as a whole has given the community a huge breath of fresh air."

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