“The over all concept is to create a case study project for a regenerative approach that is so seductive in execution and beauty that it helps inspire the wider systems changes that are so urgently needed now. To this end, the farm is entirely solar powered, and makes judicious use to the water that comes from an ancient spring on the land. In time the farm will host a variety of events, retreats and workshops that will try to help spread awareness of the urgent importance of ecological restoration on a global scale” explains Rebecca Frayn. This article mentions the project: Ibiza reborn – in search of the Balearics’ bohemian past https://on.ft.com/3M6x3yb A special concern in the design of the swimming pond was the most natural possible integration into the landscape, with the aspect of a quarry filled with water. In addition, it should serve as a source of drinking water for bees and birds and as a habitat for endangered animal and plant species and increase biodiversity. It was included in the list of potential water bodies for the reintroduction of the Balearic Green Toad, along with another small aquatic biotope that we created nearby. It was filled and planted in March this year, the optimal planting test for aquatic plants. Already, after only 3 months, a solid underwater and pond edge vegetation has grown.