MOYTURA PROJECT – not4profit

Moytura Project’s

HERBS x 365: is an ongoing project to

remember,

name,

propagate,

scientifically clarify & assure benefits before

tincturing of all the 365 herbs that were the bedrock of ancient health practice in Ireland.

Individuals or groups can adopt their chosen herb for €1000 per plant.

The Gyreum was chosen for HERBS X 365 as it is in the very parish where the initial myth of how the 365 herbs came to be and how their uses came to be forgotten.

You can adopt an individual plant for €100 per annum for ten years or one off €1000 ( latter method includes sole use of 30 bed Gyreum for 48 hours )

MOYTURA PROJECT @ GYREUM, Sligo;  a not for profit dedicated to low tech environmental problem solving came into being in Spring 2015 as a culmination of the previous 12 years of environmental education activities at The Gyreum Eco Centre: a mix of national and international workshops related to easy-ish means of energy creation, organic food production in a dodgy climate and thrifty + natural dwelling construction.

 

MOYTURA PROJECT, The Liberties, Dublin 8 

We have now expanded to the Liberties in Dublin where we are

– short term creating a round the clock Meditation Space and Silent Cafe – latter supplied from workshops we run in tandem with existing Community Gardens around Dublin 8W

– medium term expanding garden growing and creating dedicated kitchen for Silent Cafe,  designing & test modular Monastic Cell type accommodation, put a dent in the housing crisis,

– expanding long term to create what we provisionally refer to as The Unbelievable Monastery, a virtual latter day monastic style live-in system with service to the community a key ingredient of each day

Call to our office: 49 Thomas Street, Dublin 8. Tel: 01 4020125 or email colum@gyreum.com

PICTURES (clockwise) of completed straw clay econospace workshop overseen by Peter Cowman of Shelter Maker, Team Building workshop – Development Perspective Dundalk, Wind Turbine workshop at Gyreum led by Hugh Piggot

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