home of the KLEIN KAROO SUSTAINABLE DRYLANDS PERMACULTURE PROJECT
An Experiment in Regenerative Living
Countdown to Crowdfunding Launch
Watch this space to see how you can help us with the Berg-en-Dal Borehole Project
About The Klein Karoo Sustainable Drylands Project
The Klein Karoo Sustainable Drylands Permaculture Project (KKSDPP) is a Not-for-Profit Organisation that owns the Farm Berg-en-Dal, near Ladismith in the Klein Karoo (in the Western Cape, South Africa). The farm is the home to a community of people who run the KKSDPP whose aim is to create a model of regenerative settlement that is used as a training environment for a wide range of permaculture and ecological land-use related systems and concepts.
Design of KKSDPP
Check out our complrehensive slide presentation of the vision, mission and values of the KKSDPP
Berg-en_Dal is a farm practicing the art of permaculture. Click below to learn more about this method of taking care of the land.
There are various courses on offer at Berg-en-Dal and with our network of other colleagues.
We offer volunternships at Berg-en-Dal. Click below to find out what is inolved in volunteering.
We’re lauching a Crowfunding Campaign to sink a borehole.
WE have been in a severe drought for several years. Contact us to find out how you can support us in keeping berg-en-dal viable
Learn more about how you can implement permaculture principles into your own life and space.
Earth Building Course
Permaculture Design Course
Permaculture Education Africa
Oudeberg Permaculture Farm