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Springtime on an organic farm in Aegean region
by Wilco van Herpen
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20 June 2012
On 20 June 2012 Hurriyet Daily News reported:
Yerlim organic farm is in the Aegean province of Kuşadası's Davutlar village. The farm is a TaTuTa farm which means that people can work there on a voluntary base. The golden rule for those TaTuTa farms is that you work without getting paid, but for sure you will learn a lot about organic farming. Not everybody is allowed to work and learn at the farm, there is one criteria: the owner of the farm also wants to learn from you, you need to have special skills or knowledge. In Turkey there are around 100 of these TaTuTa farms and all of them more or less work the same. The initiator of this project was the Buğday Foundation, which is involved in conserving nature and promoting the cultivation and consumption of organic food.
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