Since 2007, we have been following the work of Ernst Götsch. First as journalists, then as syntropic farming practitioners, and finally as researchers on the subject. Here you find the content production that derives from this personal, professional, and academic experience – Felipe and Dayana.
More than mulch, Syntropic Agriculture proposes that the soil always remains occupied by growing species. The advantages are numerous: optimization of photosynthesis, soil life chain
Among 500 coffee samples from 20 Brazilian regions, the coffee from producer Wilians Valério, from Recanto dos Tucanos received the Best Coffee of the Year 2019 award.
“SE EXISTE UM FUTURO PARA A HUMANIDADE, NELE TEM QUE HAVER FLORESTA” – entrevista com Fernando Rebello (CEPEAS)
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In this week’s video, we go deeper into a recurring subject: eucalyptus. This time, we talk about the dynamics of natural forest clearings, thermodynamics and
The advantages of more sustainable agricultural methods have been widely studied. If we narrow down only to agroforestry systems – such as Syntropic Farming –
We are proud to share with you that a project we started six months ago won a sustainability contest promoted by Galp Foundation, in Portugal.
Hi everyone. This March 2019 we did a workshop with Ryan Botha and Karen De Vries in the south of Spain. They run a small
In this week’s article, we bring you a reflection on some concepts that are part of the decision-making process of the syntropic farmer, and that
In this video, Ernst Götsch explains and demonstrates the formation of a nest to grow prickly pear (Opuntia ficus-indica). The explanations are valid for any
In this video, Ernst Götsch describes the dynamics of the stratification in a Mediterranean plantation. The focus of this area, located at La Loma Viva