Blog

  • 14/05/2017
    Maureen Tamam

    38 years ago, as teaching assistant of a Molecular Genetics course at McGill, on my first meeting with students, Maureen Quinn stood out…  

    More
  • 06/11/2016
    Holistic analytical Chemistry

    Prof.Ali Gokmen’s Advanced Analytical Chemistry students had a practical – a day of seeing life from different angles.

    More
  • 23/10/2016
    Lone cricket sunset

    As the late October sun set, a lone cricket sang in the cool air… The first frost has “hit” tomatoes and bell peppers. I picked the last aubergines (egg plants, to the Americans!), tomatoes hidden under the dried leaves and other peppers.

    More
  • 21/09/2016
    Sifting...

    While Adnan and I were beginning to harvest worm casts, we encountered more than just worms. We now have a process which works, to be improved as we scale up.

    More
  • 06/09/2016
    Ocimum basilicum

    My Georgian friend told me how to dry Basil, much used in Georgian cuisine and known as Şeştrami/ Sheshtrami. We have white and red basil, humming with bees.

    More
  • 13/08/2016
    Diba-loo

    After another 2 months abroad, I have finished my 6 months leave: time to get back into contact, especially with Güneşköy. So much has happened since I first left in February; some of our group has decided to continue actively – we gave ourselves&

    More
  • 03/07/2011
    A place and time for being

    This blog entry is in English just before 4 of us from Guneskoy leave for this year’s GEN (Global Ecovillage Network) meeting in Tamera, Portugal.

    More
We use cookies on our website to support technical features that enhance the user experience. For detailed information click here.
Okey