These Pigs will not be slaughtered and eaten, they are our co-workers: With their ability to plough the soil and dig in the seeds they do an important job in turning barren land and scrub into gardens.
With the construction of the auditorium, the "Aula", in 2006, Tamera started to organize extended education seminars and international peace training. The Aula is a wooden frame, filled with straw bales, plastered with Adobe, the green roof is covered with grass and herbs. The Aula is the largest straw bale building of the Iberian Peninsula.
The Stone Circle of Tamera was initiated in 2004, by Sabine Lichtenfels, Marko Pogacnik and Peter Frank. It is a community piece of art, its 96 stones representing archetypes of a peace community. Its role model a is the Stone Circle Almendres close to Évora.