1999 Tania first visited Koroni and became a windsurfing and sailing instructor
2000 Tania organized and held classes and workshops on mindfullnes
2008 Tania and a friend of her bought this beautiful land she called Coya Kiya
2009 Free the olive- and fig-trees from ivy and blackberry
2010 a 11m² shelter with a thermosiphon for hot water has been built
2011 construction of a reservoir for rainwater
2011 Installing a thermophile composting system for the first time in Koroni according to J. Jenkins’s HUMANURE-Project
2012 Due to the Greek chrisis Tania decided to work in Germany for a living
2013 Martin came to Koroni to built a tiny wooden bathroom.
2013 Tania & Martin organized a seminar in Koroni with Werner J. Meinhold on Hypno-Integrative Therapy of Deep Psychology H.I.T.T®. Martin also did all the catering for this seminar
since then Tania & Martin are running the farm together
2015 We started to clear the old building-site from blackberries, ivy and other fast growing schrubs. When the house collapsed it burried all stuff inside. Over the years a concrete-like mass build up with the rest of the adobe walls. Step by step we are seperating theese remainings
2016 We face the need of a drivable connection to the next road. Our actual connection to the next road is a 200 meter footpath, as ever. Without a road, further developement is not affordable
2017 A wildfire burned half of our trees, 10 trees did not survive. Our “Robinson-shower”, a minimalistic outdoor bathroom, was burned as well. So Martin built another one mostly with used or left-over material
2019 The former co-owner of Tanias property motivated us to further develop our project by donating his share of the property.
2019 We take the descission to live permanently on the farm and start a crowdfunding to buy a neighbouring plot allowing us to set up more biodiversity and giving us the opportunity of a direct connection to the next road
December 2019. We made biochar in an earth pit kiln to be used in the terra preta project! Together with fine chopped fig wood and soil we set up a pile as a first step in producing terra preta.