The future of agriculture lays partially in the past. Not in trying to salvage the remnants of nature, wrecked by industry, with more industrial manipulation. But by letting nature do what its hardwired to do: grow and prosper.
What healthy agriculture looks like
Helping farmers making the transition from destructive and cost intensive agriculture towards sustainable and organic permaculture is now more important than ever. Naturally for the farmer this has to be done with no income loss but preferably profit increase.
|Old agriculture:||New agriculture:|
|Energy intensive||Minimal energy inputs|
|Destroys biodiversity||Increases biodiversity|
|Long supply chains||Local food production|
|Exacerbating climate change||Natural carbon sequestration|
|Stimulating unhealthy food patterns||Diverse production and consumption|
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