We have hundreds of hours of Ernst Götsch’s unpublished material. Our limitation has always been the expensive and time-consuming process of editing. But now, thanks to our subscriber’s support, we can slowly revisit these files and share them here with you.
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“Humans lost their natural habitat” – we lost our original steppe and are wasting opportunities to find a new niche in the forest ecosystem.
“Sustainable or just bearable farming?” – Reflections on ancient systems, such as corn with beans in Costa Rica, rice in Indonesia, grains and pasture in Europe, buffaloes between bananas, etc.
“Syntropy, succession and the place for large animals” – A workshop participant asked Ernst Götsch the reasons he doesn’t include cattle or sheep in degraded areas. The answer is long and depicts his vision of nature.